Posts Tagged ‘Indonesia’

Chevron and Eni re-qualify contractors for Gendalo-Gehem FPO

Gendalo-Gehem bidders to include Indonesia partners The US major company Chevron and the Italian national oil company (NOC) Eni are reviewing the qualification of the contractors in competition for the floating production and offloading (FPO) vessels required for the development of the Gendalo and Gehem liquids-rich gas fields in the […]

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PTTGC and Pertamina in talk for Indonesia Petrochemical Complex

PTTGC – Pertamina to sign Java Complex joint venture The Thailand-based PTT Global Chemical plc (PTTGC) and the Indonesian national oil company (NOC) Pertamina are in final talks to establish a joint venture to build from greenfield a world-scale petrochemical complex in Java, Indonesia. This process is following up a […]

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Inpex and Shell to prepare ground for Indonesia Abadi LNG Phase-2

Abadi LNG to be expanded on conventional scheme The Japanese company Inpex and its Anglo-Dutch partner Shell have decided to use the conventional scheme, offshore – pipeline – onshore, to implement the full field development of the Abadi LNG project offshore Indonesia. With the Abadi project, Inpex and Shell intend to develop […]

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Indonesia Pertamina to expand West Madura Offshore Project

Pertamina adds six platforms at West Madura Offshore The Indonesia national oil company (NOC) Pertamina and its partner Kodeco from South Korea, are ready to call for bid (CFB) six new platforms to expand the West Madura Offshore (WMO) project offshore East Java in Indonesia. Since the Indonesian Government set […]

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Pertamina and ExxonMobil to build Indonesia Cepu Gas Plant

Tiung Biru and Jambaran gas fields reach FEED stage The super major ExxonMobil and the national oil company (NOC) Pertamina have agreed to prepare the call for tender for the front end engineering and design (FEED) work to develop the Tiung Biru and Jambaran gas fields at Cepu block across […]

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Sinopec starts giant Batan PT West Point Terminal project in Indonesia

Will Sinopec trigger Indonesia new refineries projects? The world largest refining company Sinopec from China has decided to build the largest oil storage terminal in Southeast Asia at the Batam Free Trade Zone in Indonesia. With a storage capacity of 16 million barrels of crude oil and refined products Sinopec is […]

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One Day – One Country: Indonesia

Indonesia Key Projects and Business highlights Within the Asia-Pacific region, Indonesia popped up on the first half 2013 as one of the most dynamic country  with the major international oil companies (IOCs) BP, Chevron, Eni, GDF-Suez, Inpex, PTTEP, Shell and Total competing to speed up their projects in exploration and […]

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Indonesia Tangguh Expansion Project to move onshore and offshore

BP selects bidders for Tangghu LNG FEED competition The International Oil Company (IOC) BP and its partners in the Tangguh Expansion Project are currently qualifying the engineering companies to be invited to bid (ITB) on the onshore Tangguh third LNG Train and the production platforms to be installed offshore the […]

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Rosneft and ExxonMobil to team up on $15 billion Sakhalin LNG project

Rosneft and ExxonMobil to export LNG from Russia During a visit in April on the Sakhalin-1 facilities, Rosneft Chief Executive Officer Victor Sechin announced his intention to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Russia in joint venture with his partner ExxonMobil in Sakhalin-1 on the far east of Russia. Mr […]

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Shell, Technip and Samsung to extend cooperation in Floating LNG

Shell and Technip Samsung Consortium closed deal December 13th, 2012, Shell Gas & Power Developments B.V. (Shell) , Technip and Samsung Heavy Industries (Samsung) signed a Heads of Agreement (HOA) to strengthen their cooperation in the floating liquefaction of natural gas (FLNG) facilities. Since 2009, Technip and Samsung cooperate together on the Shell […]

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