Posts Tagged ‘fLNG’

One Day – One Country: Mozambique

Mozambique Key Projects and Business Highlights 2014 Mozambique appears as one of the most promising country for natural gas exploration production and could become one of the largest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG) under the lead of companies such as Anadarko Petroleum Company (Anadarko) from USA, Eni from Italy, Mitsui E&P […]

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Talisman and Cott study Papua New Guinea Pandora FLNG concept

 Wison to propose Pandora FLNG conceptual design The Chinese engineering company and shipyard Wison Offshore and Marine (Wison) submitted an expression of interest (EOI) to the Australian junior company Cott Oil and Gas Limited (Cott) as the main stakeholder of the Block PRL 38 offshore Papua New Guinea to propose […]

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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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Eni considers own Mozambique LNG Plant to secure 2018 first shipment

Eni may run its own fast track on Mozambique LNG The Italian national oil company Eni and its partners China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina), Kogas from South Korea, Galp Energia from Portugal and Mozambique Emprecia Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH)  are evaluating alternative solutions to develop its Mozambique liquefied […]

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Inpex and Shell to prepare ground for Indonesia Abadi LNG Phase-2

Abadi LNG to be expanded on conventional scheme The Japanese company Inpex and its Anglo-Dutch partner Shell have decided to use the conventional scheme, offshore – pipeline – onshore, to implement the full field development of the Abadi LNG project offshore Indonesia. With the Abadi project, Inpex and Shell intend to develop […]

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Brazilian ANP pushes Petrobras to stop flaring with Floating GTL projects

Petrobras to prepare FEED tender for first GTL FPSO After years of feasibility studies and tests, Petrobras is readying to move on the first gas-to-liquid (GTL) floating, production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel ever made in the world to stop flaring the associated gas released from the production of the […]

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Eni mulls Floating LNG alternative in Mozambique Area 4

Eni to consider FLNG to speed up Mozambique LNG The Italian major company Eni and its partners, China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina), the local Emprecia Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH), Kogas from South Korea and Galp Energia from Portugal, are considering to use floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) vessel […]

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GDF-Suez and Santos to award Bonaparte FLNG FEED on Q1 2014

Australia Bonaparte FLNG to start operations in 2019 The French energy group GDF-Suez and its Australian partner Santos Ltd (Santos) are planning to award the front end engineering and design (FEED) contract on the first quarter 2014 for the development of the Bonaparte floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) to be […]

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One Day – One Country: Australia

Australia Key Projects and Business Highlights The first half of year has rang in Australia as a fresh wake up call on early morning when the major companies  having interests in this country such as Apache, BG, BHP Billiton, Chevron, ExxonMobil, China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina), Inpex, Shell, Total and […]

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Murphy and Petronas to increase size of Malaysia Block H FLNG-2

Petronas FLNG-2 to require MEG additional module The El Dorado, Arkansas-based, Murphy Oil Corporation (Murphy) and the Malaysian national oil company Petronas are revising upward the design of their floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) vessel for the development of the Block H, offshore Sabah in Malaysia. Since 2007, Murphy accumulates natural […]

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