Posts Tagged ‘gas compression station’

Saudi Aramco calls for tender crude oil Khurais Expansion project

Saudi Arabia prioritizes Khurais and Shaybah capacity The national oil company Saudi Aramco selected the Khurais and Shaybah fields to increase Saudi Arabia crude oil production capacities.  Lying adjacent to one of the world largest oil field, the giant Ghawar, Khurais is also of a significant size at the scale […]

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Sonatrach to boost production in Alrar gas field in Eastern Algeria

Petrofac and Bonatti awarded Alrar Extension Project The London-based engineering company Petrofac and its Italian partner Bonatti have been awarded by the national oil company (NOC) Sonatrach the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the extension of the Alrar gas field in Eastern Algeria. With this Alrar Gas Field Extension […]

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Europe to tap Azerbaijan natural gas through Trans-Adriatic Pipeline

Shah Deniz-2 partners selected TAP over Nabucco The Shah Deniz-2 partners, BP from UK, Total from France and the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) have preferred the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project over Nabucco to export their natural gas from Azerbaijan to Europe. At the scale of these giant projects, TAP […]

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Petronas to start Baram Delta Gas Gathering project development

Malaysian RNZ wins FEED contract on Bardegg-2  The national oil company (NOC) Petronas selected the local engineering services provider RNZ Integrated (RNZ) to perform the front end engineering and design (FEED) of the Baram Delta Gas Gathering phase two (Bardegg-2) project on the Baronia field offshore Miri in the Sarawak […]

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RiCoal to build world-scale Coal-To-Olefin complex in Russia

RiCoal selected Rostov for its Petrochemical complex The Russian joint venture RiCoal Chemical Coal Plant (RiCoal) is planning to build a world-scale Coal-to-Olefin and petrochemical complex in Rostov-on-Don in the south of Russia. Estimated to require $2.5 billion capital expenditure, RiCoal selected Rostov-on-Don location because of available coal and natural gas […]

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Shell and PetroChina to split Australia Arrow LNG project into two phases

Shell to start upstream and postpone LNG Trains Since November 2012, the Anglo-Dutch international company, Shell, and China National Petroleum Company (CNPC or PetroChina) multiplied announcements to reconsider their Arrow LNG project in the Queensland in eastern Australia. Shell and PetroChina wholly own the Arrow LNG project through a 50/50 joint venture […]

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