downstream sector

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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Sabic and Shell to expand Saudi Arabia Al-Jubail Sadaf Complex

Sabic and Shell start Sadaf Polyurethane FEED work The international oil company (IOC) Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) and the global petrochemical group Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (Sabic) have agreed to expand their joint venture Saudi Petrochemical Company (Sadaf) with the addition of world-scale polyolefins production units on their existing site in the Al-Jubail Industrial Zone …

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Turkmenistan to invest $10 billion in Kiyanly Petrochemicals Project

Turkmengas to export PE – PP from Kyyanly Complex The national oil and gas company Turkmengas State Concern (Turkmengas) is planning to invest $10 billion capital expenditure in a greenfield world-scale petrochemical complex at Kyyanly, also spelled Kiyanly, on East Coast of the Caspian Sea. Located in front Azerbaijan around the Caspian Sea and squeezed …

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Oman Oil accelerates downstream with Takamul petrochemical projects

Takamul at FEED stage for Salalah Ammonia Project The Omani Takamul Investment Company (Takamul) is moving forward in the downstream sector with petrochemical projects at Salalah in the south of the Sultanate and at Sohar in the north. Acting as the chemical branch of the Oman Oil Company (OOC or Oman Oil), Takamul benefits also from …

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ZEEP and Todd to invest $1.3 billion in Louisiana Gas-To-Methanol facility

South Louisiana Methanol selected St. James Parish  Zero Emission Energy Plant Ltd (ZEEP) from Austin in Texas, USA, and Todd Corporation (Todd) from Wellington in New Zealand will invest $1.3 billion capital expenditure in a new methanol plant in Louisiana, USA. To support the project, ZEEP and Todd established the South Louisiana Methanol LP (SLM) as a …

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WorleyParsons in brief

Resources and Energy With Headoffice in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, WorleyParsons was established in 2004 from the acquisition of the Californian engineering company Parsons E&C by the Australian Worley. Parsons E&C had a long history since 1944 in the downstream sector, refining, petrochemicals and power. Worley was established under the actual form in 1987 from …

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