Posts Tagged ‘Australia’

ExxonMobil filed Alaska LNG Project resources reports first drafts

$45 billion Alaska LNG FERC approval in progress The major companies ExxonMobil from USA, BP from UK, ConocoPhillips from USA and the midstream specialist TranCanada submitted the first drafts of so called Resources Reports as part of the environmental and project designed reports to be filed in for the Federal […]

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Eni and Anadarko in expectation for Mozambique LNG projects

New Mozambique President to guide projects decisions The Italian major company Eni Spa (Eni) and the Houston-based independent company Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (Anadarko) are now expecting from the Presidential elections to speed up the publication of the regulation to guide their final investment decisions (FID) on their respective Mozambique liquefied […]

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Consequences of barrel prices on Oil & Gas and Petrochemical projects

What are the main reasons for projects cancellation Since the WTI and Brent barrels prices have lost 20 to 25% of their value in a couple of months we assist to a frenzy of publications and speculations on the consequences of this dip on the Oil & Gas and Petrochemical […]

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One Day – One Country: Canada

Key Projects and Business Highlights 2014  On the Western Canada, the Provinces of British Columbia (B.C.) and Alberta have decided to favor all the investments to develop the unconventional gas resources in addition to the well known bitumen. In the gas race to supply thirsty East Asia countries, Canada identified […]

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Mozambique Gas-To-Liquid projects to queue behind LNG Plants

Shell, Sasol and Eni sign GTL agreements with ENH The Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) on one side and the tandem Sasol–Eni on another side signed these last weeks agreement with the national oil company (NOC) Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH) to start feasibility studies on Gas-To-liquid (GTL) projects in Mozambique. […]

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Woodside lines up for Canada LNG project in British Columbia

Woodside signed agreement on Grassy Point LNG The Australian company Woodside Petroleum (Woodside) and the Government of British Columbia (BC) signed an agreement to open a greenfield liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant at Grassy Point along the west coast of Canada. This Grassy Point project comes at the end of […]

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QP and QAPCO align bidders on Qatar Ras Laffan Petrochemicals

Maire Tecnimont achieves FEED work on Al-Sejeel After awarding Al-Sejeel front end engineering and design (FEED) work to Maire Tecnimont, the national companies Qatar Petroleum (QP) and Qatar Petrochemical Company (QAPCO) are aligning the engineering companies willing to bid for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the Al-Sejeel […]

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One Day – One Country: Norway – UK North Sea

Statoil and Chevron review costs in North Sea projects In 2013, shortly after that Norway had weighted its tax policy on oil and gas companies operating in the Norwegian North Sea, UK did the opposite and released a new tax regulation to encourage companies to explore more challenging deep offshore […]

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One Day – One Country: Papua New Guinea (PNG)

ExxonMobil, Shell and Total head to head for PNG gas These last months of 2013 have seen the major companies ExxonMobil, Shell and Total in an intense competition to share working interests with the junior New York-listed company InterOil Corporation (InterOil) in the large Elk and Antelope discoveries of the western Papua […]

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Sunbird to develop South Africa largest offshore gas field

Sunbird mulls over FPSO for Ibhubesi Phase-1 The Australian company Sunbird Energy (Sunbird) and its local partner, the national oil company (NOC) PetroSA, are considering to use a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel to develop the Ibhubesi gas field offshore the west coast of South Africa. Discovered in […]

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