Posts Tagged ‘Europe’

One Day – One Country: Canada

Canada Key Projects and Business Highlights 2014 The more TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline project is running far from any decision in the USA, the more the Canadian projects are gearing up under the impulsion of international oil companies (IOCs) such as Japan Petroleum and Exploration Corporation Ltd (Japex),  Kinder Morgan Inc., […]

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One Day – One Country: Nigeria

Nigeria Key Projects and Business Highlights 2014  Nigeria holds first largest proven reserves of natural gas and the second largest of crude oil in Africa as a result of intensive campaign of exploration on the early 2000s years led by international companies such as Chevron, Eni, ExxonMobil, Shell or Total. […]

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Ophir prefers FLNG to run fast track in Equatorial Guinea

Petrofac contracted as Block R Development Operator The London-based junior company Ophir Energy plc (Ophir) has appointed the engineering company Petrofac from UK, to support them for the development of the natural gas reserves held in the Block R, offshore Equatorial Guinea on the west coast of Africa. While listed […]

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ExxonMobil on Antwerp North-West Europe Resid Upgrading Project

ExxonMobil to add DCU with Belgium ANWERUP The refining branch of ExxonMobil is planning to add a delayed coker unit (DCU) at its Belgium refinery with the Antwerp North-West Europe Resid Upgrading Project (ANWERUP). Located on the Port of Antwerp at the boarder with The Netherlands, this integrated refinery and […]

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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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BP, Socar, Statoil and Total make decision in Azerbaijan Shah Deniz

Shah Deniz Stage-2 to go for Full Field Development The London-based BP and its partners, Statoil from Norway, the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR), Total from France, Lukoil from Russia, the National Iran Oil Company (NIOC), and Türkiye Petrolleri Anonim Ortaklığı (TPAO) from Turkey, have made the final investment decision […]

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Happy New Year

2B1st Consulting wish you a Happy New Year 2014 2B1st Consulting wish you a Prosperous and Happy New Year 2014 with always more projects in the Oil & Gas and Petrochemical industry. Even if some projects were put on hold or postponed because of design and costs issues, the overall […]

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One Day – One Country: Russia

Russia votes for competitive LNG export projects On December 1st 2013, Russia enforced the new regulation to allow Gazprom Russian competitors such as Rosneft and Novatek to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Russia. Until then, this export licence was concentrated in the exclusive rights attributed to Gazprom. But the Stokman experience, the legal […]

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Statoil to prepare new upgrade in Norway Mongstad Refinery

Foster Wheeler won Statoil Mongstad feasibility study The national oil company (NOC) Statoil ASA (Statoil) sanctioned a feasibility study contract to the Swiss-based engineering company Foster Wheeler to upgrade the Mongstad Refinery in Norway. Norway is hosting two refineries, in Mongstad operated by Statoil and in Slagen owned by ExxonMobil. Located […]

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Ukraine in rush for gas independence with Chevron, Shell and Eni

Chevron at final stage for Oleska Shale Gas project After Eni and Shell, which signed a production sharing agreement (PSA) respectively in June 2012 and January 2013, Chevron is reaching the final stage to close also a PSA with the State Government and Regional Councils of Lviv and Ivano-Frankivsk to explore […]

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