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Shell and Petronas gear up in Iraq Majnoon Full Field Field Development

Foster Wheeler and Kentz at FEED work on Majnoon The international oil company (IOC) Royal Dutch-Shell (Shell) and its partners, the Malaysia national oil company (NOC) Petronas and the local South Oil Company (SOC or South Oil)) are making major decision to gear up from the previous start-up phase to the full field development (FFD) …

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SCOP still struggles to increase oil storage capacities in South of Iraq

$2 billion Nasiriyah and Bin Umar Oil Depots delayed The national oil company (NOC) State Company for Oil Projects (SCOP) has announced to postpone the tenders opening ceremony for the $2 billion oil storage depots project planned in the south of Iraq. Since the license rounds in 2009 and 2010 during which Baghdad Government awarded …

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Eni to make decision on $3 billion Zubair Field Development in Iraq

Koreans in pole position for Zubair Degassing Stations The South Korean engineering companies Daewoo Engineering and Construction, Hyundai Engineering and Construction and Samsung Engineering stand on the pole position to win from Eni and its partners the engineering, procurement and engineering (EPC) contracts for the degassing stations of the Zubair oil field development in the …

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BP and PetroChina to pre-qualify bidders for Iraq Rumaila giant oil field

BP and CNPC prepare Rumaila processing plant bids The UK super major BP and its partners, China National Oil Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina) and the Iraq state-owned State Oil Marketing Organization (SOMO) are currently reviewing the long list of the potential bidders for the Rumaila oil processing plants projects near Basra in the south of …

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