Posts Tagged ‘Gulf of Mexico’

Anadarko optimistic in US Gulf of Mexico Shenandoah

Anadarko to complete Shenandoah appraisal program The Texas-based Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (Anadarko) and its partners, ConocoPhillips, Cobalt International Energy (Cobalt) and Marathon Petroleum Corporation (Marathon), implement their appraisal program for the Shenandoah offshore project in the US Gulf of Mexico. Discovered in 2009, the Shenandoah crude oil field belongs to […]

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Woodside lines up for Canada LNG project in British Columbia

Woodside signed agreement on Grassy Point LNG The Australian company Woodside Petroleum (Woodside) and the Government of British Columbia (BC) signed an agreement to open a greenfield liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant at Grassy Point along the west coast of Canada. This Grassy Point project comes at the end of […]

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BP Atlantis to inspire Mad Dog-2 platform in US Gulf of Mexico

BP to re-tender Mad Dog 2 FEED on Atlantis concept BP is preparing the second call for tender on the front end engineering and design (FEED) for the Mad Dog-2 offshore platform based on the semi-submersible concept used for Atlantis in the US part of the Gulf of Mexico. Originally […]

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Chevron to push US Gulf of Mexico Buckskin a step ahead of Moccasin

Semi-sub Chevron Buckskin project at pre-FEED stage The US super major Chevron and its partners, Maersk Oil (Maersk) from Denmark, Repsol from Spain and Samson Offshore Company (Samson) from USA, may consider to move a step ahead with the development of the oil and gas field Buckskin in the US […]

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Odebrecht and Braskem study US West Virginia Ethylene Cracker

Wood County on line to host Ascent Complex project The Brazilian companies Odebrecht and Braskem are currently investigating the opportunity to develop the Appalachian Shale Cracker Enterprise (Ascent) Petrochemical complex project at Parkersburg in the Wood County of West Virginia, USA. Joining Shell with its Appalachia Ethane Cracker project, Odebrecht and Braskem are exploring […]

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Shell and Nexen in design phase for Gulf of Mexico Appomattox platform

Shell and Nexen to take experience from Olympus In order to develop the challenging Appomattox oil field in the US Gulf of Mexico, the Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) and its partner Nexen, a wholly owned subsidiary of the China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), intends to take the lessons learnt […]

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BP ready to make decision on Mad Dog-2 concept in US Gulf of Mexico

Technip still in the race for BP Mad Dog-2 concept The French engineering company Technip is still in the race for the concept to develop BP Mad Dog Phase 2 project offshore USA in the Gulf of Mexico. As part of strategic alliance between BP and Technip on the single point anchor […]

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One Day – One Country: USA

USA Key Projects and Business Highlights In June 2013, the US energy agency, Energy Information Administration (EIA) updated its estimation of the shale gas reserves in the world and published its first estimations for the shale oil where USA ranks in the Top 5 countries in both cases. According to the 41 […]

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One Day – One Country: Mexico

Mexico Key Projects and Business Highlights Since 2004, when Mexico was able to produce 3.4 million barrels per day (b/d), this oil and gas giant managed to come down to 2.55 million b/d on first half 2013 due to a constitution concentrating in one state owned company,  Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) all the […]

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Hess selects Modec for Stampede project in Gulf of Mexico

Stampede TLP to unitize Pony and Knotty discoveries Hess Corporation (Hess) and its partners, BHP Billiton (BHP) from Australia, Chevron from USA, China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) from China through its Canadian acquisition Nexens, and Statoil from Norway, have selected the Japanese engineering company Modec to provide the Stampede […]

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