Posts Tagged ‘Gazprom’

Finland and Estonia agree on LNG Import Terminals projects

Gasum to build – operate Finngulf LNG Import Terminal The Finnish midstream company Gasum Oy (Gasum) will build and operate the Finngulf LNG Terminal project in order to import, store liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Finland in connection with the neighboring Estonia on the Gulf of Finland in the Baltic […]

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One Day – One Country: Iraq

Iraq Key projects and Business Highlights 2014 After the licenses rounds in 2009 and 2010 to award the development of the major oil and gas fields in Iraq all the winning companies such as BP, ExxonMobil, Shell, Petronas, Gazprom, Lukoil, China National Petroleum Company (CNPC or PetroChina), Sinopec,TPAO or Total spent […]

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Gazprom approved Shell Sakhalin-2 LNG Expansion Roadmap

Gazprom and Shell to add third LNG train at Sakhalin II Gazprom and the Royal-Dutch Shell (Shell) met in Sotchi end of February to approve a memorandum of understanding (MOU) defining the roadmap to proceed to the Sakhalin II expansion project with the addition of a third liquefied natural gas […]

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Gazprom to lead Neftekhim Salavat Ethylene $4.9 billon expansion

Gazprom creates All-Russia Gas Chemistry Center In 2011, Salavatnefteorgsintez changed name to become JSC Gazprom Neftekhim Salavat (GNS) in order to support the creation of the All-Russia Gas Chemistry Center for the expansion project on the existing Volga petrochemical complex in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia. This Gazprom–led project is […]

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Gazprom to upgrade and revamp Russia largest refinery

Gazprom awards Omsk Hydrocracker FEED to CB&I The Russian giant JSC Gazprom Neft (Gazprom) is planning to revamp and upgrade its existing Omsk refinery in Western Siberia, Russia. After the successful completion of Gazprom Pancevo hydrocracker complex, in Serbia, the engineering company CB&I has been awarded the front end engineering […]

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Gazprom and Sibur to build Gas and Chemical plants in Far East Russia

Gazprom and Sibur ink MOU for Belogorsk project The Russian companies Gazprom and Sibur materialized in a memorandum of understanding (MOU) their intention to build a gas processing plant (GPP) and a petrochemical complex at Belogorsk in the Amur Region of the Far East Russia. This project is a consequence […]

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Total, Gazprom and Tecpetrol to monetize Bolivia gas discoveries

Total made final decision to develop Incahuasi gas field The French major company, Total and its partners, Gazprom from Russia and Tecpetrol de Bolivia (Tecpetrol), made the final investment decision (FID) to develop the gas and condensate discoveries from Incahuasi in Bolivia. In a country where the production of natural […]

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ExxonMobil and Rosneft start pre-studies on Sakhalin LNG project

CB&I and Foster Wheeler in competitive pre-FEED The two super giant companies Rosneft from Russia and ExxonMobil from USA have awarded contracts to the engineering companies CB&I and Foster Wheeler Energy from USA to perform the first phase of the front end engineering and design (pre-FEED) for their joined project […]

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One Day – One Country: Russia

Russia Key Projects and Business Highlights In acquiring TNK from BP, Rosneft became this first half 2013 the world largest oil & gas and petrochemical company, ahead of ExxonMobil or China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina) in term of revenues, thus sending the signal that Russia intends to stay […]

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KOGAS to move ahead with Akkas gas field development in Western Iraq

Daewoo Engineering wins Akkas Gas processing plant The South Korean Gas Corporation (KOGAS) and the local Iraq National Oil Company (INOC) have awarded to Daewoo Engineering, & Construction Corporation (Daewoo Engineering) also from South-Korea, the engineering, procurement and procurement (EPC) contract for the gas central processing facility (CPF) of the Akkas […]

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