Posts Tagged ‘Mozambique’

Giant Onshore Mozambique LNG project likely to be delayed

Anadarko and Eni to review Afungi LNG Park phases The Anadarko Petroleum Company (Anadarko) from USA and the national oil company (NOC) Eni from Italy are facing some delays in the implementation of the giant project for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) to be built at Afungi, in the northeastern […]

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Statoil and ExxonMobil compare Tanzania LNG development concepts

KBR completed Tanzania LNG project pre-FEED Since KBR completed the pre front end engineering and design (pre-FEED) work, the Norwegian national oil company (NOC) Statoil and the International oil company (IOC) ExxonMobil are comparing the best concepts to develop the giant liquefied natural gas (LNG) project based on the offshore […]

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Tanzania to monetize gas with power plant and downstream industries

Tanesco awards Mtwara Power Plant to Symbion-GE The Tanzania National Electrical Supply Company (Tanesco) signed a $1 billion contract with the US consortium of Symbion Power (Symbion) and the technology company General Electric International (GE) for the team of the Mtwara Power Plant and the expansion of the electrical power […]

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Anadarko at feasibility study on Offshore Mozambique LNG

Anadarko combines subsea and FPU in Rovuma Area-1 The Houston based Anadarko Petroleum  (Anadarko) and its partners  Mitsui E&P (Mitsui), BPRL Ventures Mozambique B.V. (BPRL), Videocon Mozambique Rovuma (Videocon), PTTEP and ENH, are exploring all the potential solutions for the offshore part of its liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in the area-1 of the Rovuma Basin Offshore Mozambique. Since 2011, Anadarko accumulated […]

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Eni and Anadarko in parallel talks for partnership in Mozambique

Eni ready to sell 20% stake in Rovuma to CNPC Although Eni from Italy and Anadarko Petroleum  (Anadarko) from US had decided to team up in the onshore part of Mozambique liquefied natural gas (LNG) project, the both companies are searching for separated partnerships to develop the super-giant natural gas fields of the Rovuma […]

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BG and Ophir come closer to Tanzania LNG project

Mzia successful appraisal to justify BG two LNG trains The BG Group (BG) and its partner Ophir Energy (Ophir), both from UK, are pilling up natural gas reserves along their on going appraisal campaign offshore the east coast of Africa to the point to double the size of their liquefied […]

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One Day – One Country: Mozambique

Mozambique Key Projects and Business Highlights In 2012 Mozambique has emerged as a new star in the oil and gas universe with series of major discoveries in the Rovuma Basin, offshore the west coast of Africa. Every month, companies like Anadarko, Eni, Total, Mitsui E&P were announcing successful test wells […]

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Sasol in brief

Reaching new frontiers Sasol was established in Sasolburg in South Africa in 1950 to develop on industrial basis the Coal-To-Liquids (CTL) technology as this country is rich of coal and many other resources but holds limited oil and gas conventional fields. Sasol started up the first CTL plant in 1955 to […]

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Fluor in brief

Fluor takes on the toughest challenges Founded in 1912 in Santa Ana, California, as a construction company, Fluor became in 100 years one of the oldest and largest engineering company in the world. For its 100th anniversary, Fluor is engaged in more than 1,000 different projects in the world with […]

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PTTEP in brief

A leading Asian exploration and production company Home based in Bangkok, Thailand, PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP) was established in 1985 to provide Thailand with sustainable oil and gas supply in competitive conditions. PTTEP is a national petroleum exploration and production company owned by the state-owned company […]

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