conventional oil and gas

One Day – One Country: Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia Projects and Business Highlights 2014  On the last five years, the national oil company (NOC) Saudi Aramco invested mostly in the downstream sector including large grassroot refineries and the largest petrochemical complexes in the world. But on the second half of the year 2014 we could see Saudi Aramco turning back to upstream activities to explorer new resources …

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One Day – One Country: Angola

Angola Key Projects and Business Highlights After a first wave of exploration and production of conventional oil and gas offshore fields, the major companies such as BP, Chevron, Cobalt International Energy Company Inc. (Cobalt),Eni, ExxonMobil, Galp Energia, Maersk, Petrobras, PetroChina (CNPC), Statoil and Total come back to Angola with major projects to replicate the lessons learnt from the Brazilian …

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Orpic to invest in greenfield world-scale petrochemical complex

Oman selects Sohar for a $3.6 billion Plastics Project The Oman Refineries and Petroleum Industries Company (ORPIC) took the opportunity of the Polyolefins Plastics Arabia Conference organized in Muscat in May 2013 to unveil the details of a greenfield world-scale petrochemical complex to be located in Sohar. As most of the Gulf countries, the Sultanate …

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Schlumberger in brief

To Find Oil, You Have to Drill Established in 1926, Schlumberger Limited (Schlumberger) has become since that time the world market leader of the oilfield services with more than 115,000 employees working in approximately 85 countries, listed in New York, Paris, London, Amsterdam and Switzerland Stock Exchanges. Based in Houston, Texas, USA, Schlumberger provides oil and …

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Jordan counts on oil shale and Shell technology to reduce energy bill

Jordan retains world fourth largest oil shale reserves If Jordan falls short of conventional oil and gas resources to sustain its economical development, it appears to hold the world fourth largest oil shale reserves after USA, China and Russia. According to actual estimations, Jordan reserves of unconventional oil in the shale deposits could reach up …

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Lukoil in brief

Harness natural energy resources for human benefit In 1991, the Russian Government published the decree to establish the Langepas Uray Kogalymneft Petroleum Corporation. In 1993, the Langepas Uray Kogalymneft Petroleum Corporation was transformed in open joint stock company under the name of Lukoil Oil Company. Today, Lukoil is listed in London Stock Exchange with the capital dominantly …

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Hess progresses on Australia deep offshore Equus LNG project

Hess awarded FEED for Semi-submersible on WA-390-P Block Established in New Jersey, the American Hess Corporation (Hess) is based in New York City, USA. Since 2007, Hess holds the 100% working interest of the WA-390-P Block offshore Western Australia to develop the Equus project. Equus is part of the $6.8 billion Hess’s capital expenditure budget …

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