Posts Tagged ‘heavy crude oil’

Oman and Iran planned gas pipeline across Gulf of Oman

Oman and Iran signed gas pipeline Heads of Agreement During a Royal visit of Oman’s Sultan Qaboos bin Said to Iran President Hassan Rouhani in April, the two countries signed a Heads of Agreement (HoA) for the construction of a natural gas pipeline across the Gulf of Oman. The discussions […]

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Statoil and Sinochem submit Brazil Peregrino-2 development plan

Statoil and Sinochem add new platform in Peregrino II The state-owned companies Statoil from Norway and Sinochem from China, partnering in the offshore Peregrino field, submitted the plan of development (POD) for its southwest expansion in the Campos Basin to Brazil National agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuel (ANP). […]

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Shell and PDO to test Khulud Tight Gas project viability in Oman

PDO to tender Block-6 Khulud Tight Gas First Phase The largest oil and gas producer, Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) and its main partner Royal Dutch Shell plc (Shell) are preparing to call for tender the first phase of the challenging Khulud Tight Gas project in its Block-6 concession of central […]

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One Day – One Country: Canada

Canada Key Projects and Business Highlights 2014 The more TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline project is running far from any decision in the USA, the more the Canadian projects are gearing up under the impulsion of international oil companies (IOCs) such as Japan Petroleum and Exploration Corporation Ltd (Japex),  Kinder Morgan Inc., […]

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Gazprom and Petrohemija to boost Serbia refining and petrochemicals

Gazprom to upgrade NIS Pancevo refinery The Russian giant JSC Gazprom Neft (Gazprom) is planning to upgrade the Naftna Industria Srbije (NIS) refinery located in Pancevo on the east of Belgrade, Serbia. The NIS refinery results from a joint venture between Gazprom, the Republic of Serbia (Serbia) and minority stakeholders […]

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CNOOC to develop together China Liuhua 16-2 and Liuhua 11-1

CNOOC to tender one FEED for two TLPs in Liuhua The national oil company (NOC) China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) made its mind up regarding the conceptual design to be used for the development of the offshore oil and gas fields Liuhua 11-1 and Liuhua 16-2 in favor two […]

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Xcite selected conceptual design to develop UK North Sea Bentley

XER to combine Teekay-Sevan FSO with Arup Platform The Aberdeen-based Xcite Energy Resources Limited (Xcite or XER) company selected the conceptual design to develop its heavy crude oil field, Bentley offshore the Shetland Islands in the UK North Sea in combining a Teekay Sevan-type floating storage and offloading (FSO) vessel […]

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ExxonMobil on Antwerp North-West Europe Resid Upgrading Project

ExxonMobil to add DCU with Belgium ANWERUP The refining branch of ExxonMobil is planning to add a delayed coker unit (DCU) at its Belgium refinery with the Antwerp North-West Europe Resid Upgrading Project (ANWERUP). Located on the Port of Antwerp at the boarder with The Netherlands, this integrated refinery and […]

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Bapco evaluates bids for Bahrain Sitra Refinery Expansion

Bapco to award Bahrain Refinery FEED and PMC The national oil company (NOC) Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco) is currently evaluating the technical and commercial offers submitted by the engineering companies for the front end engineering and design (FEED)  and the project management consultancy (PMC) contracts related to the brownfield Sitra […]

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Ecopetrol to develop Colombia East Cano Sur heavy crude oil field

Ecopetrol to invest $6.5 billion in exploration-production In 2014, the Colombia national oil company (NOC) Ecopetrol SA (Ecopetrol) has announced to invest more than $6.5 billion capital expenditure into exploration and production including the development of the East Cano Sur heavy crude oil field in Puerto Gaitan. Overall, Ecopetrol is […]

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