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IHS to study Gulf of Guinea Methanol project in Nigeria

GGOEX to monetize Nigerian gas with Gulf Methanol The local Junior company Gulf of Guinea Oil Exploration Limited (GGOEX) is investigating all opportunities to monetize natural gas in Nigeria through its purposely established subsidiary Gulf of Guinea Methanol Limited (GGML) to develop a world-scale methanol plant in the Niger Delta. At the end of 2012, …

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Nigeria to develop gas-based downstream industries

Honeywell and USTDA to help Nigeria gas monetization The US automation and technology company Honeywell Group (Honeywell) and the United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) signed an agreement to jointly finance a feasibility study to develop gas-based downstream industries in Nigeria. In Africa, Nigeria is the largest owner of proven reserves of natural gas …

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US shale gas expansion pushes QP and Sabic to go global

Qatar Petroleum in JV with Exxon to export US LNG Qatar Petroleum (QP) and ExxonMobil announced to use their joint venture called Golden Pass Products to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from USA. Created with 70% Qatar Petroleum working interests, the Golden Pass LNG project was constructed as a LNG import terminal. With this LNG import terminal, Qatar was securing …

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Sonatrach and Total in discussion again about Arzew Petrochemical Complex

Qatar Petroleum holds 10% of $3 billion Arzew project Since Total and Sonatrach had announced the giant Arzew petrochemical complex, the project had to be put on hold by the lack of ethane as feedstock to supply the cracker. This ethane should come from the Hassi R’meil natural gas fields, but transportation along the 500km to …

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Gazprom, Total and Statoil redefine Shtokman and partnership

Gazprom brings Shtokman back to square one Shtokman field was discovered in 1988, and is located 550 kilometers offshore northern Russian coast by 340 meters water depth. The recoverable reserves are estimated to 3.9 trillion cubic meters of natural gas. The project development is planned in three phases, each one to produce 23.7 billion cubic …

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