Posts Tagged ‘Norway’

Shell and SSE go on world-scale UK Carbone Capture and Storage project

Technip won FEED for Shell Peterhead CCS project The Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) and the Scottish utility company SSE Generation Ltd (SSE) have selected the french engineering company Technip to provide the front end engineering and design (FEED) work for the construction of the world-scale fully integrated carbon capture and storage […]

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Repsol-Sinopec compare concepts to develop Brazil Campos pre-salt

Giant Pao de Acucar in Block BM-C-33 reaches FEED The giant discovery Pao de Acucar and its adjacent fields, Seat and Gavea, are reaching the front end engineering and design (FEED) stage to develop the prolific Block BM-C-33 pre-salt in the ultra deep water of the Campos Basin offshore Macae, in […]

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Premier Oil and KUPFEC to develop Bream – Mackerel offshore Norway

Sevan completed Bream-Mackerel FPSO pre-FEED The London-based junior company Premier Oil Limited (Premier Oil) and its partners, the State-owned Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Company KSC (KUFPEC) and the FTSE-listed Tullow Oil (Tullow), are on the point to select the conceptual design to be used for the development of the Bream and Mackerel […]

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Texas LNG to replicate Snohvit LNG concept in US Port of Brownsville

Texas LNG to develop new LNG toll business model The Houston-based Texas LNG LLC (Texas LNG) is planning to replicate a mid-sized of the Norwegian Statoil Snohvit LNG concept to introduce in the US market a new business model to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) at low costs. In 2007, […]

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BP, Socar, Statoil and Total make decision in Azerbaijan Shah Deniz

Shah Deniz Stage-2 to go for Full Field Development The London-based BP and its partners, Statoil from Norway, the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR), Total from France, Lukoil from Russia, the National Iran Oil Company (NIOC), and Türkiye Petrolleri Anonim Ortaklığı (TPAO) from Turkey, have made the final investment decision […]

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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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One Day – One Country: Norway – UK North Sea

Statoil and Chevron review costs in North Sea projects In 2013, shortly after that Norway had weighted its tax policy on oil and gas companies operating in the Norwegian North Sea, UK did the opposite and released a new tax regulation to encourage companies to explore more challenging deep offshore […]

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Statoil and Lundin at final stage decision on Norway Johan Sverdrup

Statoil and Lundin to award FEED on Johan Sverdrup Statoil from Norway, Lundin Petroleum (Lundin) from Sweden, and their respective partners, Maersk Oil (Maersk) from Denmark, Det Norske from Norway, and Petoro from Norway, are reaching the final stage of decision to award the front end engineering and design (FEED) […]

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Statoil and GDF-Suez in 20 years extension at Norwegian Njord field

Statoil & GDF-Suez consider platform or FPSO at Njord The Norwegian company Statoil and its partners, GDF-Suez from France, E.ON from Germany, Faroe Petroleum (Faroe) from UK, and VNG Norge from Norway, are currently investigating several alternatives to extend the lifetime of the Njord field for additional twenty years. The […]

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UK new tax policy triggers North Sea Kraken heavy oil development

EnQuest to award Kraken FPSO to Bumi Armada The Scottish joint venture made of Aberdeen-based EnQuest and First Oil plc ( First Oil) companies together with the Edinburgh-registered Cairn Energy plc (Cairn) have issued a letter of interim agreement (LOIA) to the Malaysian engineering company Bumi Armada (Bumi) for the […]

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