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Eni and Anadarko in expectation for Mozambique LNG projects

New Mozambique President to guide projects decisions The Italian major company Eni Spa (Eni) and the Houston-based independent company Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (Anadarko) are now expecting from the Presidential elections to speed up the publication of the regulation to guide their final investment decisions (FID) on their respective Mozambique liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects. Since …

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Westlake Chemical extends the list of US ethane cracker projects

Westlake to expand Louisiana Lake Charles Ethylene While Westlake Chemical Corporation (Westlake) was celebrating the completion of its expansion in Calvert City, Kentucky, the Houston-based company announced a new project with the expansion of its historical Lake Charles ethylene plant in Louisiana, USA. Originally established in 1986 in Louisiana with a low density polyethylene plant …

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Mozambique Gas-To-Liquid projects to queue behind LNG Plants

Shell, Sasol and Eni sign GTL agreements with ENH The Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) on one side and the tandem Sasol–Eni on another side signed these last weeks agreement with the national oil company (NOC) Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH) to start feasibility studies on Gas-To-liquid (GTL) projects in Mozambique. During the last two years …

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Brazilian ANP pushes Petrobras to stop flaring with Floating GTL projects

Petrobras to prepare FEED tender for first GTL FPSO After years of feasibility studies and tests, Petrobras is readying to move on the first gas-to-liquid (GTL) floating, production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel ever made in the world to stop flaring the associated gas released from the production of the pre-salt crude oil offshore Brazil. …

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Fluor in brief

Fluor takes on the toughest challenges Founded in 1912 in Santa Ana, California, as a construction company, Fluor became in 100 years one of the oldest and largest engineering company in the world. For its 100th anniversary, Fluor is engaged in more than 1,000 different projects in the world with its 43,000 employees. Fluor maintains …

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Saudi Aramco to gear up on Saudi localization

Saudi Aramco to require “In-Kingdom EPC” contracts After implementing the General Engineering Services Plus (GES+) initiative at the design phase of the projects, Saudi Aramco is planning to enforce its requirements for the Saudi localization at the execution phase with the “In-Kingdom EPC” contracts. For some years, Saudi Arabia is investigating all the opportunities to use …

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Saudi Arabia: the next country to develop shale gas

Saudi Aramco revises plans to explore shale gas Since Saudi Arabia is struggling to increase its natural gas production to meet its fast growing demand, the national oil company Saudi Aramco investigate all potential sources of supply, onshore and offshore, conventional and unconventional. The consumption of natural gas in Saudi Arabia is increasing very fast because …

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