BASF

Wintershall farm-in agreement to explore Argentina Vaca Muerta

Wintershall inks deal with Gas y Petroleo del Neuquen The Basf oil and gas subsidiary Wintershall and the Argentina local company Gas y Petroleo del Neuquen (GyP) finalized their joint venture agreement by which the German company will take the operator role to develop shale gas in the Block Aquada Federal as part of the Vaca …

Wintershall farm-in agreement to explore Argentina Vaca Muerta Read More »

Premier Oil to decide soon on Catcher in the UK North Sea

Premier Oil to award Catcher FPSO EPC contract The London-based company Premier Oil (Premier) and its partners, Cairn Energy (Cairn) from Scotland and the Basf subsidiary Wintershall from Germany, are on the point to make the final decision to award the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for a floating, storage, production and offloading (FPSO) …

Premier Oil to decide soon on Catcher in the UK North Sea Read More »

Argentina encourages companies to develop offshore gas fields

Total and Wintershall proceed with Vega Pleyade The french major company, Total and its partners, Basf–Wintershall from Germany and the local Pan American Energy (PAE), are proceeding with the development of the world utmost southern Vega Pleyade project offshore Argentina. After years without investments to maintain oil and gas fields and explore new ones because …

Argentina encourages companies to develop offshore gas fields Read More »

One Day – One Country: Malaysia

Malaysia Key Projects and Business highlights  On the first half  2013, Malaysia confirmed the previous trends to become a key players of the Oil &  Gas and Petrochemical sector in Asia-Pacific region with Petrolian Nasional Bhd (Petronas) multiplying upstream and downstream initiatives with major international oil companies such as: Basf, ConocoPhillips, Murphy Oil Corporation (Murphy), Shell or Total. With …

One Day – One Country: Malaysia Read More »

One Day – One Country: China

China Key Projects and Business Highlights  While the Chinese national oil companies (NOCs) China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina), Sinopec, and China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) explore the world to find new oil and gas resources, the foreign companies such as Air Liquide, Basf, Dow Chemical, ExxonMobil, Huntsman, Lanxess, Shell, Total, invest in China in all kinds of …

One Day – One Country: China Read More »

Basf and Petronas to produce aroma ingredients in Malaysia

Basf Petronas Chemicals invest $500 million in Gebeng The German chemical global leader Basf and the Malaysian Petronas Chemicals Group Berhad (Petronas) have decided to expand their joint venture Basf Petronas Chemicals (Basf–Petronas) with a world-scale integrated aroma ingredients complex at Gebeng, near Kuantan, on the east coast of the Malaysia peninsula. Through their Basf–Petronas joint venture,Basf and …

Basf and Petronas to produce aroma ingredients in Malaysia Read More »

RiCoal to build world-scale Coal-To-Olefin complex in Russia

RiCoal selected Rostov for its Petrochemical complex The Russian joint venture RiCoal Chemical Coal Plant (RiCoal) is planning to build a world-scale Coal-to-Olefin and petrochemical complex in Rostov-on-Don in the south of Russia. Estimated to require $2.5 billion capital expenditure, RiCoal selected Rostov-on-Don location because of available coal and natural gas available in the region and …

RiCoal to build world-scale Coal-To-Olefin complex in Russia Read More »

Chevron and Wintershall join Statoil and ExxonMobil in Badger Explorer

Majors develop cutting-edge subsea drilling technology On February 2013, the German Wintershall oil and gas company has decided to follow Chevron example in taking shares in the subsea drilling innovative company Badger Explorer aside its key stakeholders ExxonMobil and Statoil. With the ambition to increase its footprint in the offshore exploration and production in the …

Chevron and Wintershall join Statoil and ExxonMobil in Badger Explorer Read More »

BASF to invest $1 billion in Germany Ludwigshafen expansion

BASF awards Fluor Ludwigshafen TDI EPCM contract On February 19th 2013, the Germany-based BASF chemical company selected the Fluor from the USA to provide engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services for the new toluene diisocyanate (TDI) production in the Ludwigshafen chemical complex. Ludwigshafen is already one of the largest chemical complex in the world …

BASF to invest $1 billion in Germany Ludwigshafen expansion Read More »

Scroll to Top