Posts Tagged ‘CPF’

Total ready to go with Brunei Maharaja Lela Jamalulalam South

Total to award MLJS Expansion EPC packages The French Major company Total and its partners, Shell from The Netherlands and the local Petroleum Brunei (PB) are on the point to award the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts for the development of the Maharaja Lela Jamalulalam South (MLJS) project offshore […]

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Saudi Aramco to gear up Red Sea deep offshore Exploration-Production

Aramco to begin with Ahmar-1 gas field development In 2012 Saudi Aramco discovered the Ahmar-1 field of non-associated gas in the deep water of the Red Sea approximately 24 kilometers northwest of Duba in the Tabuk Province on the west coast of Saudi Arabia. In following Saudi Aramco announced $25 billion […]

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BP and Oman Oil signed Khazzan and Makarem tight gas project

BP – OOC start Oman Block-61 development phase-1 BP and the Sultanate of Oman took one year to align on a $16 billion capital expenditure program to develop the first phase of the Khazzan and Makarem tight gas fields of the Block 61 in the center of Oman. With this […]

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Statoil and GDF-Suez in 20 years extension at Norwegian Njord field

Statoil & GDF-Suez consider platform or FPSO at Njord The Norwegian company Statoil and its partners, GDF-Suez from France, E.ON from Germany, Faroe Petroleum (Faroe) from UK, and VNG Norge from Norway, are currently investigating several alternatives to extend the lifetime of the Njord field for additional twenty years. The […]

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Canada back on track with major oil sands projects in Alberta

Shell makes final decision for Carmon Creek Project After the joint venture Suncor-Total which decided to proceed with their multibillion Fort Hills oil sands mining project in Athabasca region, Shell is making the final investment decision (FID) with its Carmon Creek oil sands project in Alberta. The two mega projects, […]

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Gazprom and Sibur to build Gas and Chemical plants in Far East Russia

Gazprom and Sibur ink MOU for Belogorsk project The Russian companies Gazprom and Sibur materialized in a memorandum of understanding (MOU) their intention to build a gas processing plant (GPP) and a petrochemical complex at Belogorsk in the Amur Region of the Far East Russia. This project is a consequence […]

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ExxonMobil, BP, ConocoPhillips and TransCanada shape Alaska SC LNG

Kenai Peninsula selected to host Alaska SC LNG Trains The super major companies ExxonMobil, BP, ConocoPhillips and TransCanada have selected Nikiski on the Kenai Peninsula in South Central Alaska to locate the liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant for their giant Alaska South Central (SC) LNG Project. Over the last years […]

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Total, Gazprom and Tecpetrol to monetize Bolivia gas discoveries

Total made final decision to develop Incahuasi gas field The French major company, Total and its partners, Gazprom from Russia and Tecpetrol de Bolivia (Tecpetrol), made the final investment decision (FID) to develop the gas and condensate discoveries from Incahuasi in Bolivia. In a country where the production of natural […]

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Repsol keeps heading Algeria North Reggane gas fields development

North Reggane first production still targeted in 2016 Despite the In Amenas attack, the Spanish Repsol and its partners, the national oil company (NOC) Sonatrach, RWE Dea  from Germany, and Edison from Italy, are moving ahead in the development of the North Reggane gas fields according to the original plans […]

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Shell and ExxonMobil head to head in Papua New Guinea

Shell and ExxonMobil court InterOil for new LNG project The super major companies Shell from The Netherlands and ExxonMobil from USA are head to head in intensive negotiations with InterOil Corporation (InterOil) for the development of world scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects in Papua New Guinea (PNG). Listed in […]

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