Posts Tagged ‘International Oil Companies’

Happy New Year 2016

New Environment – New Opportunities 2B1st Consulting is very pleased to wish you Happy New Year 2016 from its new Head Office in Chamonix – Mont-Blanc, France. This location is at the core of the European markets and close to Geneva International Airport with numerous direct connections overseas. In 2015 […]

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ExxonMobil filed Alaska LNG Project resources reports first drafts

$45 billion Alaska LNG FERC approval in progress The major companies ExxonMobil from USA, BP from UK, ConocoPhillips from USA and the midstream specialist TranCanada submitted the first drafts of so called Resources Reports as part of the environmental and project designed reports to be filed in for the Federal […]

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One Day – One Country: United Arab Emirates (UAE)

BP, ExxonMobil, Shell, Total in concessions race In 2013, the historical international oil companies (IOCs) BP from UK, ExxonMobil from USA, Statoil from Norway, Partex from Portugal and Total from France have been racing  to at least preserve and hopefully extend in 2014 their respective concessions rights in the onshore […]

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SCOP still struggles to increase oil storage capacities in South of Iraq

$2 billion Nasiriyah and Bin Umar Oil Depots delayed The national oil company (NOC) State Company for Oil Projects (SCOP) has announced to postpone the tenders opening ceremony for the $2 billion oil storage depots project planned in the south of Iraq. Since the license rounds in 2009 and 2010 […]

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Ukraine in rush for gas independence with Chevron, Shell and Eni

Chevron at final stage for Oleska Shale Gas project After Eni and Shell, which signed a production sharing agreement (PSA) respectively in June 2012 and January 2013, Chevron is reaching the final stage to close also a PSA with the State Government and Regional Councils of Lviv and Ivano-Frankivsk to explore […]

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Eni to make decision on $3 billion Zubair Field Development in Iraq

Koreans in pole position for Zubair Degassing Stations The South Korean engineering companies Daewoo Engineering and Construction, Hyundai Engineering and Construction and Samsung Engineering stand on the pole position to win from Eni and its partners the engineering, procurement and engineering (EPC) contracts for the degassing stations of the Zubair […]

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Total and Chevron prepare Yadana Expansion project offshore Myanmar

Total to add compression platform to boost Yadana gas The international oil companies (IOCs) Total from France and Chevron from USA with their local partners PTTEP from Thailand and Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE) are preparing the expansion of the Yadana gas field offshore Myanmar. Located 60 kilometers from […]

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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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One Day – One Country: Malaysia

Malaysia Key Projects and Business highlights  On the first half  2013, Malaysia confirmed the previous trends to become a key players of the Oil &  Gas and Petrochemical sector in Asia-Pacific region with Petrolian Nasional Bhd (Petronas) multiplying upstream and downstream initiatives with major international oil companies such as: Basf, ConocoPhillips, Murphy Oil […]

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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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