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Statoil gears up with $31 billion Johan Sverdrup project

Norway to take technological lead with Johan Sverdrup Statoil Johan Sverdrup project is not only remarkable because of the context in which its final investment decision (FID) is made, but also as it will concentrate the most advanced technologies all along its development from the electrical power supply to the enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques …

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Petrobras to lease FPSOs to secure Brazil 2017 targeted oil production

SBM and Modec to charter three FPSOs to Petrobras The Brazil national oil company Petrobras signed with SBM Offshore (SBM) from The Netherlands two chartering contracts for floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels to substitute the P-66 and P-67 FPSOs currently in construction and planned for the Lula field. These contracts with SBM come in …

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Chevron evaluates new-build against converted FPSO for Angola Lucapa

KBR to complete FEED on Lucapa new-build FPSO On first quarter 2012, the international oil company Chevron through its local subsidiary Cabinda Gulf Oil Company (Cabinda) and its partners, the national oil company Sonangol, Eni from Italy, Total from France, and Galp from Portugal,  had awarded the front end engineering and design (FEED) contract to …

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Statoil completed feasibility study on Skrugard and Havis in Barents Sea

Statoil prepares High North oil exploration in Norway  In February 2013, Statoil and its partners, Eni from Italy and Petoro from Norway, presented the conclusions of their feasibility study for the development of the Skrugard and Havis offshore oil fields in the Norwegian territorial waters of the Barents Sea.  The selected concept depends of course …

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OMV takes 20% stakes in Edvard Grieg (Luno) North Sea development

OMV to replace RWE in Lundin’s Edvard Grieg project In October 2012, the Austrian-based OMV took over the 20% share held so far by the German RWE in the Edvard Grieg offshore project just after that Statoil had acquired 15% from Wintershall in the same project.  Previously called Luna, the Edvard Grieg project is led …

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WorleyParsons and Intecsea to design Chevron Rosebank FPSO

Chevron Rosebank to unlock one fifth of UK’s reserves Chevron and its partners Statoil from Norway, OMV from Austria and Dong Energy (Dong) from Denmark selected WorleyParson and its subsidiary Intecsea to perform the front end engineering and design (FEED) of the facilities to develop the offshore Rosebank project in UK. The Rosebank field is …

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