Posts Tagged ‘Oslo’

Statoil to prepare new upgrade in Norway Mongstad Refinery

Foster Wheeler won Statoil Mongstad feasibility study The national oil company (NOC) Statoil ASA (Statoil) sanctioned a feasibility study contract to the Swiss-based engineering company Foster Wheeler to upgrade the Mongstad Refinery in Norway. Norway is hosting two refineries, in Mongstad operated by Statoil and in Slagen owned by ExxonMobil. Located […]

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Pangea LNG and BW Offshore to partner in Israel Noble King FLNG

BW Offshore to take operation role in Tamar FLNG On February 19th, 2013, the Norwegian fleet operator BW Offshore (BW) announced to have signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) with the Dutch company Pangea LNG B.V. (Pangea) regarding Noble Energy (Noble) King floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) project for the […]

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OMV takes 20% stakes in Edvard Grieg (Luno) North Sea development

OMV to replace RWE in Lundin’s Edvard Grieg project In October 2012, the Austrian-based OMV took over the 20% share held so far by the German RWE in the Edvard Grieg offshore project just after that Statoil had acquired 15% from Wintershall in the same project.  Previously called Luna, the […]

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GDF Suez awards $2.2 billion Cygnus detailed design to AMEC

GDF Suez, Centrica and Bayerngas sanction Cygnus development  GDF Suez and its partners Centrica and Bayerngas  awarded the detailed design contract to AMEC for the development of the Cygnus natural gas field in the UK continental shelf in the southern North Sea. Cygnus was discovered in 1988 in the blocks 44/12a […]

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$1.5 billion Methanol and Urea plant in Tanzania

Wentworth leads consortium with Cove Energy and Maurel & Prom The Dubai-based Wentworth Resources (Wentworth) is an independent oil and gas company with natural gas production and a committed exploration program in the Rovuma Basin of southern Tanzania and northern Mozambique. Wentworth and its concession partners Cove Energy (Cove) and Maurel […]

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Statoil Skrugard and Havis oil discoveries justify feasibility studies

Statoil, ENI and Petoro expect more to come from Skrugard and Havis exploration The Skrugard and Havis fields are located 5 kilometers from each other at a vertical depth of 1740 meters below sea level at a water depth of 388 meters in the PL532 licence area which was awarded in […]

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Norway approved Total $4.2 billion Martin Linge project

Total lowers Carbon Footprint with Power from Shore Previously called Hild, the Martin Linge development belongs to Total E&P Norge AS (51%), the operator, Petoro AS (30%) and Statoil Petroleum AS (19%). End of March, the Norwegian Government approved the development plan for the Martin Linge oil and gas field. Total capital […]

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