Posts Tagged ‘ExxonMobil’

Wintershall farm-in agreement to explore Argentina Vaca Muerta

Wintershall inks deal with Gas y Petroleo del Neuquen The Basf oil and gas subsidiary Wintershall and the Argentina local company Gas y Petroleo del Neuquen (GyP) finalized their joint venture agreement by which the German company will take the operator role to develop shale gas in the Block Aquada Federal […]

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Texas LNG to replicate Snohvit LNG concept in US Port of Brownsville

Texas LNG to develop new LNG toll business model The Houston-based Texas LNG LLC (Texas LNG) is planning to replicate a mid-sized of the Norwegian Statoil Snohvit LNG concept to introduce in the US market a new business model to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) at low costs. In 2007, […]

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Enterprise and Oiltanking to expand Houston Ship Channel LPG Terminal

Enterprise and Oiltanking signed 50 years Agreement The US-based midstream companies Enterprise Products Partners LP (Enterprise) and Oiltanking Partners partners LP (Oiltanking) entered in a 50 years agreement to support the additional expansion of the existing liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) terminal sited along the Houston Ship Channel in Texas, USA. […]

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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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Congo opens doors to Eni to speed up offshore developments

Eni Nene Marine project to follow ongoing Litchendjili Last December Eni CEO Paulo Scaroni hosted a meeting in Roma with the President of Republic of Congo (Congo Brazzaville) to review the major discoveries made by the Italian company that could boost the economical and social development of the African country. […]

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Chevron to push US Gulf of Mexico Buckskin a step ahead of Moccasin

Semi-sub Chevron Buckskin project at pre-FEED stage The US super major Chevron and its partners, Maersk Oil (Maersk) from Denmark, Repsol from Spain and Samson Offshore Company (Samson) from USA, may consider to move a step ahead with the development of the oil and gas field Buckskin in the US […]

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One Day – One Country: USA

Shale gas and shale oil change US import-export map In 2012, the development of the shale gas propelled USA as the world largest gas producer, ahead of Russia. In 2013, the US administration started to open the door for the export of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to countries not having free […]

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One Day – One Country: United Arab Emirates (UAE)

BP, ExxonMobil, Shell, Total in concessions race In 2013, the historical international oil companies (IOCs) BP from UK, ExxonMobil from USA, Statoil from Norway, Partex from Portugal and Total from France have been racing  to at least preserve and hopefully extend in 2014 their respective concessions rights in the onshore […]

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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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