Posts Tagged ‘Germany’

BASF to build new world-scale Methane-To-Propylene complex

BASF selected US Texas Freeport for greenfield MTO The German chemical giant BASF SE (BASF) has selected its Freeport existing site on the Texas US Gulf Coast to build a greenfield Methane-To-Olefins (MTO) complex  based on the critical  methane-to-propylene (MTP)  conversion. While the Bundestag, the German Parliament, continues to debate about […]

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Future of Manufacturing Basics and Mains Goals

Cyber Physical Systems and Industry Digitalization  Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) refers to all the technologies enabling computerized resources and physical objects to interact together in a coordinated, reliable and continuous manner for performing multiple given tasks. These CPS may combine hardware and software from physic, biology, engineering and information technologies. The […]

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Future of Manufacturing Genesis

Future of Manufacturing to boost developed countries In order to present the “Future of Manufacturing” big picture we remind here the genesis of this concept and the basics about digital technologies. Then we shall introduce the main goals of this innovative approach. Over the last thirty years all the developed […]

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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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Sinopec Engineering won Zhong Tian He Chuang Ordos Coal-To-Olefins

China Coal to build world largest CTO complex Sinopec Engineering Group (SEG or Sinopec Engineering) has been awarded by Zhong Tian He Chuang Energy Corporation  Limited (Zhong Tian He Chuang) the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to design and build the world largest Coal-To-Olefins (CTO) plant at Uxin Banner […]

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Premier Oil to decide soon on Catcher in the UK North Sea

Premier Oil to award Catcher FPSO EPC contract The London-based company Premier Oil (Premier) and its partners, Cairn Energy (Cairn) from Scotland and the Basf subsidiary Wintershall from Germany, are on the point to make the final decision to award the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for a floating, […]

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Egypt Carbon Holdings revises Tahrir Petrochemicals project upward

ECH to build world largest naphtha cracker at Sokhna Egypt Carbon Holdings, a privately-owned company, is working with several national export credit agencies to expand the financing of its Tahrir Petrochemical project including the world largest naphtha cracker to be installed at Ain Sokhna at the entry of the Suez […]

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Statoil and GDF-Suez in 20 years extension at Norwegian Njord field

Statoil & GDF-Suez consider platform or FPSO at Njord The Norwegian company Statoil and its partners, GDF-Suez from France, E.ON from Germany, Faroe Petroleum (Faroe) from UK, and VNG Norge from Norway, are currently investigating several alternatives to extend the lifetime of the Njord field for additional twenty years. The […]

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Argentina encourages companies to develop offshore gas fields

Total and Wintershall proceed with Vega Pleyade The french major company, Total and its partners, Basf–Wintershall from Germany and the local Pan American Energy (PAE), are proceeding with the development of the world utmost southern Vega Pleyade project offshore Argentina. After years without investments to maintain oil and gas fields […]

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Repsol keeps heading Algeria North Reggane gas fields development

North Reggane first production still targeted in 2016 Despite the In Amenas attack, the Spanish Repsol and its partners, the national oil company (NOC) Sonatrach, RWE Dea  from Germany, and Edison from Italy, are moving ahead in the development of the North Reggane gas fields according to the original plans […]

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