enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques

Statoil and Sinochem submit Brazil Peregrino-2 development plan

Statoil and Sinochem add new platform in Peregrino II The state-owned companies Statoil from Norway and Sinochem from China, partnering in the offshore Peregrino field, submitted the plan of development (POD) for its southwest expansion in the Campos Basin to Brazil National agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuel (ANP). Despite its 14-degree API heavy …

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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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Pemex to stop depletion in giant Cantarell in Gulf of Mexico

Pemex to invest $6 billion to extend Akal lifetime The wholly state-owned company Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) is planning to invest up to $6 billion capital expenditure to stop the depletion of its giant Cantarell oil and gas field on the Mexican Continental Shelf of the Gulf of Mexico. Located 80 kilometers offshore in the Bay …

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Shell Anadarko and Statoil at concept study on Vito US Gulf of Mexico

Shell and Statoil compare EOR solutions to boost Vito The Royal Dutch Shell (Shell), the US independent company Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (Anadarko) and the Norwegian national oil company (NOC) Statoil are mobilizing their best experts in enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques to compare the different solutions to boost the production from the Vito oil and …

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Petronas to invest $61 billion in Malaysia on next five years

Petronas to decide soon on Bintulu LNG Expansion As part of Malaysia oil and gas and petrochemical strategic development program, the national oil company Petronas is to about to decided on the ninth liquefied natural gas (LNG) train project in its Bintulu LNG facility in the Sarawak Province, Malaysia. On January 4th 2013, Petronas announced in …

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