Posts Tagged ‘Petrochina’

One Day – One Country: Canada

Key Projects and Business Highlights 2014  On the Western Canada, the Provinces of British Columbia (B.C.) and Alberta have decided to favor all the investments to develop the unconventional gas resources in addition to the well known bitumen. In the gas race to supply thirsty East Asia countries, Canada identified […]

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Eni considers own Mozambique LNG Plant to secure 2018 first shipment

Eni may run its own fast track on Mozambique LNG The Italian national oil company Eni and its partners China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina), Kogas from South Korea, Galp Energia from Portugal and Mozambique Emprecia Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH)  are evaluating alternative solutions to develop its Mozambique liquefied […]

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TransCanada and Phoenix prepare Grand Rapids Pipeline execution

PetroChina to unlock Athabasca oil sand reserves The Canadian specialist TransCanada and China Petroleum National Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina) subsidiary Phoenix Energy Holdings (Phoenix) are preparing the execution of the Grand Rapids Pipeline Project to unlock the underdeveloped oil sands reserves lying in Athabasca northeastern Alberta, Canada. With this Grand […]

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BP and CNPC tender Iraq Rumaila Produced Water Re-Injection (PRWI)

BP Rumaila project includes CPS and IPC packages BP and its partnering national oil companies, China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina), and Iraq State Oil Marketing Organization (SOMO) have called for tenders the Produced Water Re-Injection (PRWI) project to develop the giant Rumaila oil and gas field in the […]

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One Day – One Country: Russia

Russia votes for competitive LNG export projects On December 1st 2013, Russia enforced the new regulation to allow Gazprom Russian competitors such as Rosneft and Novatek to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Russia. Until then, this export licence was concentrated in the exclusive rights attributed to Gazprom. But the Stokman experience, the legal […]

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PetroChina and Total confirm Iraq Halfaya plateau production by 2017

CNPC and Total to double production with Halfaya-3 The China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina) and its partners, Total from France, Petronas from Malaysia and the local South Oil Company (SOC) confirm to target the plateau production of the Halfaya oil field in the south of Iraq by 2017 […]

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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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Eni mulls Floating LNG alternative in Mozambique Area 4

Eni to consider FLNG to speed up Mozambique LNG The Italian major company Eni and its partners, China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina), the local Emprecia Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH), Kogas from South Korea and Galp Energia from Portugal, are considering to use floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) vessel […]

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BP and PetroChina to pre-qualify bidders for Iraq Rumaila giant oil field

BP and CNPC prepare Rumaila processing plant bids The UK super major BP and its partners, China National Oil Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina) and the Iraq state-owned State Oil Marketing Organization (SOMO) are currently reviewing the long list of the potential bidders for the Rumaila oil processing plants projects near […]

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ExxonMobil and Rosneft start pre-studies on Sakhalin LNG project

CB&I and Foster Wheeler in competitive pre-FEED The two super giant companies Rosneft from Russia and ExxonMobil from USA have awarded contracts to the engineering companies CB&I and Foster Wheeler Energy from USA to perform the first phase of the front end engineering and design (pre-FEED) for their joined project […]

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