Posts Tagged ‘Algeria’

Petroceltic, Sonatrach and Enel to develop Algeria Isarene gas field

Petroceltic to prepare FEED on Ain Tsila development The Irish junior company Petroceltic International plc (Petroceltic) and its partners, the Algerian national oil company (NOC) Sonatrach and the Italian utility Enel, are preparing to move into the front end engineering and design (FEED) phase of the Ain Tsila discovery within […]

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One Day – One Country: Algeria

Algeria aims to double oil & gas production in 10 years After a couple of years with no significant investments and the trauma of the In Amenas  attack, the Algerian Government and its national oil and gas company (NOC) Sonatrach have decided to ramp up the oil and gas production in order […]

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Sonatrach to boost production in Alrar gas field in Eastern Algeria

Petrofac and Bonatti awarded Alrar Extension Project The London-based engineering company Petrofac and its Italian partner Bonatti have been awarded by the national oil company (NOC) Sonatrach the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the extension of the Alrar gas field in Eastern Algeria. With this Alrar Gas Field Extension […]

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Energy East Pipeline looking for best route to Eastern Canada

TransCanada to fill in Energy East Pipeline application The Canadian midstream company TransCanada is already working on filling in the application to be submitted to the Canada National Energy Board (NEB) for the regulatory approval of its Energy East Pipeline project. This decision comes up in a context where TransCanada sees […]

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Sonatrach and GDF-Suez award Algeria Touat to Tecnicas Reunidas

GDF-Suez and Sonatrach to invest $3 billion in Touat The Algerian national company Sonatrach and the France-based utility and energy group GDF-Suez selected the Spanish engineering company Tecnicas Reunidas to execute the engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC) contract for the development of the giant Touat gas field in southwestern […]

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Dominion receives non-FTA export approval for Cove Point LNG project

Dominion to invest $3.8 billion in Cove Point LNG  Based in Richmond, Virginia, the US utility and midstream company Dominion has been granted by the US Department of Energy (DOE) of the forth approval for the export of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the non-free trade agreement (non-FTA) countries out […]

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Sonatrach, Total and Cepsa to move on Algeria Timimoun project

Sonatrach to increase CAPEX by 50% in 2013 In November 2012, Sonatrach, the Algeria national oil company announced to increase its capital expenditure from the actual $10 billion in 2012 to $15 billion in 2013. This first step is part of the new program of oil and gas projects in […]

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PTTEP in brief

A leading Asian exploration and production company Home based in Bangkok, Thailand, PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP) was established in 1985 to provide Thailand with sustainable oil and gas supply in competitive conditions. PTTEP is a national petroleum exploration and production company owned by the state-owned company […]

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Rosneft Oil Company in Brief

The leading Russian Petroleum Company The actual OJSC Rosneft Oil Company (Rosneft) was established in 1993 in Moscow, Russia, as a wholly state owned company under the name of Rosneftegas based on the transfer of assets from the OJSC Rosneft Oil Company (Rosneft). Then in 1995, Rosneftegas was transformed into […]

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Qatar Petroleum in brief

Committed to one thing above all: Excellence Qatar Petroleum (QP) was established in 1974 as wholly state-owned corporation. As a national oil company (NOC), QP is fully upstream–downstream integrated in order to manage all the phases of the oil and gas industry in Qatar. In that respect Qatar Petroleum directly or […]

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