front end engineering and design (FEED) work

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 …

Statoil and Sinochem submit Brazil Peregrino-2 development plan Read More »

Oil and gas prices do not stop Shell and ADNOC in UAE Bab Sour Gas

Shell and Gasco study Bab Sour Gas Development The international oil company (IOC) Royal Dutch Shell plc (Shell) and the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) subsidiary Abu Dhabi Gas Industries (Gasco) are preparing the front end engineering and design (FEED) work for the non-associated gas Bab Sour Gas Field Development project in the United Arab …

Oil and gas prices do not stop Shell and ADNOC in UAE Bab Sour Gas Read More »

Cronus Chemicals selects Illinois to add nitrogen fertilizer plant in USA

Cronus to produce ammonia – urea in Tuscola – Illinois The Chicago-registered company Cronus Chemicals LLC (Cronus) has selected Tuscola in the State of Illinois to build a greenfield nitrogen fertilizer plant to produce ammonia and urea in USA. USA is the third largest consuming country of fertilizer in the world after China and India as …

Cronus Chemicals selects Illinois to add nitrogen fertilizer plant in USA Read More »

Badlands NGL to build $4 billion North Dakota Polyethylene project

Badlands NGL and Vinmar to monetize US shale gas  The Delaware-registered company Badlands NGL’s LLC (Badlands NGL) and Vinmar Projects (Vinmar) from Houston, Texas, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to design, build, operate a world-scale polyethylene greenfield plant and merchant its production out of North Dakota shale gas basins of the Bakken Formation in …

Badlands NGL to build $4 billion North Dakota Polyethylene project Read More »

Oman Oil starts pre-qualification for Duqm Refinery-Petrochemical

Oman Oil Duqm Refinery nears FEED completion Duqm Refinery and Petrochemical Industries Corporation (DRPIC), a 50/50 joint venture between the wholly state-owned Oman Oil Company SAOC (OOC or Oman Oil) and International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) ,a sovereign fund of Abu Dhabi, is on the way to complete the front end engineering and design (FEED) …

Oman Oil starts pre-qualification for Duqm Refinery-Petrochemical Read More »

Saudi Aramco already at work on Manifa Expansion project

Aramco Manifa Expansion to maintain KSA production The state-owned Saudi Aramco company is already considering the Manifa Expansion project as part of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) strategy to maintain its full production capacity of crude oil in respect with the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) quotas. With a production capacity of …

Saudi Aramco already at work on Manifa Expansion project Read More »

Saudi Aramco calls for tender crude oil Khurais Expansion project

Saudi Arabia prioritizes Khurais and Shaybah capacity The national oil company Saudi Aramco selected the Khurais and Shaybah fields to increase Saudi Arabia crude oil production capacities.  Lying adjacent to one of the world largest oil field, the giant Ghawar, Khurais is also of a significant size at the scale of Saudi Arabia with the …

Saudi Aramco calls for tender crude oil Khurais Expansion project Read More »

Statoil at FEED on Snorre C in perspective of Norway Snorre 2040

Statoil preferred TLP concept for Snorre C on tie-back The Norwegian State-owned company Statoil and its partners, Petoro from Norway, ExxonMobil from USA, Idemitsu Petroleum (Idemitsu) from Japan, RWE from Germany, Core Energy from Norway preferred the tension leg platform (TLP) concept over a simple tie-back to develop Snorre C, the third phase of this …

Statoil at FEED on Snorre C in perspective of Norway Snorre 2040 Read More »

Scroll to Top