Posts Tagged ‘gas CPF’

Saudi Aramco to boost shale gas development in northern Kingdom

Aramco System A shale gas project at bidding stage The national oil company (NOC) Saudi Aramco set at March 15th 2015 the deadline for the engineering services companies to submit technical and commercial offers for the System A pilot project to develop shale gas fields in the north of the […]

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Nigeria to monetize its gas locally with Brass Fertilizer projects

BFCL plans world-scale methanol and fertilizer plants The Lagos-based Brass Fertilizer Company Limited (BFCL or Brass Fertilizer) is planning to build world-scale gas treatment plant supported by methanol and nitrogen fertilizer facilities on the Brass Island in the State of Bayelsa in Nigeria. With the natural gas prices depressed as […]

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Osaka Gas joins Horizon Oil in Papua Wet Gas and LNG projects

Horizon and Osaka Gas to ally in Papua New Guinea The Australian Horizon Oil Ltd (Horizon) and the large utility company Osaka Gas from Japan signed a strategic alliance to develop acreage gas fields in Papua New Guinea (PNG) for the production of condensate and liquefied natural gas (LNG). In […]

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$1.4 billion Devon-Sumitomo joint venture in shale oil

Devon and Sumitomo to develop Permian Basin tight oil Devon Energy Corporation (Devon) and Sumitomo Corporation (Sumitomo) entered an Agreement to jointly develop the Cline Shale and the Midland-Wolfcamp tight oil fields within the Permian Basin. The Cline Shale and the Midland-Wolfcamp tight oil fields are part of Devon‘s operations in USA where Devon has still […]

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“CPF”

Definition CPF is the acronym of Central Processing Facility. Comments In the industry CPF may refers to any kind of manufacturing process as soon as it belongs to the core of the transformation of the facility. In the Oil and Gas industry, CPF belongs to the upstream activity to described […]

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