Gas processing facilities

Petrobras to call for tender Tartaruga Verde converted FPSO

Petrobras on the pace to tender two FPSO per year The Brazilian national oil company (NOC) Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) is ready to publish next week the call for tender to charter a new floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel for the development of the Tartaruga Verde and Tartaruga Mestica oil fields offshore the …

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SOCAR moves on Oil & Gas Processing and Petrochemical Complex (OGPC) project

KBR wins Azeri OGPC Gas Processing Plant PMC The State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) selected the Houston-based engineering company KBR to provide project management consultancy (PMC) for the front end engineering and design (FEED) of the gas processing plant (GPP) within its Oil & Gas Processing and Petrochemical Complex (OGPC) project in Azerbaijan. In April 2012, …

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Chevron to increase local content for Tengiz Future Growth Project

Fluor and WorleyParsons in JV with KING and KGNT In May 2012, TengizChevrOil (TCO), the joint venture between Chevron, ExxonMobil, KazMunaiGas (KMG) and LukArco (Lukoil), awarded a first FEED and EPCM contract to a Fluor-led joint venture with WorleyParsons and Kazakh companies KING and KGNT for the Wellhead Pressure Management package of the Tengiz Future …

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Saudi Aramco to speed up Empty Quarter gas field development

Shell and Saudi Aramco prepare bids for Kidan FEED Shell and Saudi Aramco are working, through their joint venture South Rub Al-Khali Limited (SRAK), on the call for tenders of the front end engineering and design (FEED) of the Kidan gas field development project. Saudi Arabia holds the third largest reserves of non-associated natural gas …

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Statoil goes for execution with Aasta Hansteen offshore project

Hyundai Heavy Industries books $1.1 billion Topsides  Statoil and its partners, OMV from Austria and ConocoPhillips from USA made the final investment decision (FID) and awarded the topsides, the most critical package, of the Aasta Hansteen project to Hyundai Heavy Industries. Previously named Luva, the Aasta Hansteen is located 300 kilometers offshore Norway by 1,300 …

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$1.95 billion Abu Dhabi Umm al Lulu and Satah al Rasboot (Sarb) go on

Adma-Opco to award $1.1 billion process packages at year end  The Umm al Lulu and Satah al Rasboot (Sarb) offshore oil and gas fields are part of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company’s (ADNOC) program to boost its oil production in order to meet its 1.75 million b/d quota targeted within OPEC on 2017. As offshore …

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$1.4 billion Devon-Sumitomo joint venture in shale oil

Devon and Sumitomo to develop Permian Basin tight oil Devon Energy Corporation (Devon) and Sumitomo Corporation (Sumitomo) entered an Agreement to jointly develop the Cline Shale and the Midland-Wolfcamp tight oil fields within the Permian Basin. The Cline Shale and the Midland-Wolfcamp tight oil fields are part of Devon‘s operations in USA where Devon has still a vast inventory of undrilled …

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Chevron qualified contractors to bid on $3 billion Gendalo-Gehem

Technip and WorleyParsons completed the FEED Chevron had awarded the front end engineering and design (FEED) for the development of Gengalo – Gehem project to:  – Technip Jakarta office in Indonesia and Houston office in Texas, USA, for the two large Floating Production Units (FPU) package  – Worley Parsons Indonesia for the Subsea and Flowline system package. From these FEED performed by Technip and WorleyParsons, the packages are estimated …

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