Archive for September, 2013

Shell and ExxonMobil head to head in Papua New Guinea

Shell and ExxonMobil court InterOil for new LNG project The super major companies Shell from The Netherlands and […]

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Saudi Aramco back at work to increase Saudi upstream capacities

Saudi Aramco to expand Khurais and Shaybah oil fields After years to push ahead its refining and petrochemical […]

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Sonatrach and GDF-Suez award Algeria Touat to Tecnicas Reunidas

GDF-Suez and Sonatrach to invest $3 billion in Touat The Algerian national company Sonatrach and the France-based utility […]

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Dominion receives non-FTA export approval for Cove Point LNG project

Dominion to invest $3.8 billion in Cove Point LNG  Based in Richmond, Virginia, the US utility and midstream […]

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Dialog and Vopak on track with Malaysia Pengerang LNG Terminal

Dialog-Vopak to feed Petronas Pengerang power plant The Malaysian Dialog Group Berhard (Dialog) and the Rotterdam-based Royal Vopak […]

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GDF-Suez and Santos to award Bonaparte FLNG FEED on Q1 2014

Australia Bonaparte FLNG to start operations in 2019 The French energy group GDF-Suez and its Australian partner Santos […]

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DNO and Genel revive Summail in Kurdistan Region of Iraq

DNO and Genel ready for FID on Block Dohuk project The Norwegian independent company DNO and its partners, […]

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New Angola discoveries to boost Eni Block 15/06 projects

Eni to replicate West Hub FPSO for East Hub FPSO The Italian major company Eni and its partners […]

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Murphy Oil and Petronas to speed up Kenarong and Pertang Development offshore Malaysia

Kenarong – Pertang competitive FEED to be an option Murphy Oil Corporation (Murphy Oil) and the Malaysian oil […]

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Socar awards contracts for new Azerbaijan Ammonia Plant

Haldor Topsoe wins Socar Sumgayit Ammonia Licence The national State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic (Socar) selected the […]

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