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Noble to expand Israel Tamar to feed Egypt Damietta LNG Terminal

Noble and Union Fenosa Gas signed Tamar gas supply The Texas-based companies Noble Energy (Noble) and Isramco Negev and their Israeli partners Delek Drilling, Avner Oil Exploration (Avner) and Dor Gas Exploration ( Dor Gas) signed a non-bidding letter of intend (LOI) with Union Fenosa Gas SA (UFG), the joint venture between Gas Natural from …

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Sabic and Mitsubishi evaluate bids on Saudi Jubail Methyl Methacrylate

Tecnicas Reunidas completed FEED for Jubail MMA The Spanish engineering company Tecnicas Reunidas completed the front end engineering and design (FEED) of the world largest methyl methacrylate (MMA) production unit planned by Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (Sabic) and Mitsubishi Rayon Company (MRC) at the Al-Jubail Industrial City in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. This …

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Golar and Exmar in contest over Canada BC LNG project

LNG Partners opt for FLSU moored in Douglas Channel The liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers fleet owners Golar LNG, registered in Bermuda and managed from Norway, and Exmar from Belgium enter intense contest around the Douglas Channel LNG project headed by LNG Partners LLC and LNG BargeCo BVBA in British Columbia, on the west coast of Canada. …

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Williams and Boardwalk to double Marcellus-Utica NGL export capacity

Bluegrass Pipeline to feed Gulf Coast Petrochemicals The Oklahoma-based Williams and the Houston-headquartered Boardwalk Pipelines Partners (Boardwalk) signed a letter of intend (LOI) to form a joint venture on building the Bluegrass Pipeline project in USA to connect the Marcellus and Utica giant shale gas fields in the northeast to the petrochemical industry lying along …

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