Posts Tagged ‘Poland’

Future of Manufacturing in Germany

Germany to lead digitalisation with Industrie 4.0 Initiated in 2006, the German program Industrie 4.0 was the first structured initiative to be released by a developed country Government regarding the Future of Manufacturing. In 1989, the fall of the Berlin Wall was followed by series major political and economical decisions […]

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Croatia LNG on track after South Stream project cancelation

LNG Croatia to build Balkans LNG import terminal hub The Zagreb-registered company LNG Croatia LLC (LNG Croatia) is planning to build the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal in Croatia to become a strategic hub on the north of Adriatic Sea to supply the Balkans region and Eastern Europe […]

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Europe opens back doors to shale gas exploration – production

From UK to Turkey all Europe is working on shale gas In December 2012, UK made the most noticeable step in Europe when ending the moratorium on fracking process after the Blackpool tremors in 2011. At that time not only UK lifted the fraking ban but also unveiled tax breaks […]

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BASF to invest $1 billion in Germany Ludwigshafen expansion

BASF awards Fluor Ludwigshafen TDI EPCM contract On February 19th 2013, the Germany-based BASF chemical company selected the Fluor from the USA to provide engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services for the new toluene diisocyanate (TDI) production in the Ludwigshafen chemical complex. Ludwigshafen is already one of the largest […]

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Shell to break Gazprom gas monopoly in Ukraine

Shell and Ukraine signed $10 billion deal in Davos Shell‘s Chief Executive Officer, Peter Voser, and Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovich took the opportunity of the World Economic Forum in Davos to sign a $10 billion agreement to develop shale gas resources in Ukraine. Last May 2012, Ukraine had selected two […]

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Sibur in brief

Largest petrochemical company in Russia and CIS The Siberia Urals Petrochemical Company (SIBUR) was established by Decree as a joint-stock company in 1992. SIBUR was formed from multiple entities processing oil, gas and petrochemicals across Russia. In 2001, SIBUR was taken over by Gazprom to resolve debts reorganize the company. […]

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BASF buys and increases capacity in Toluene Diisocyanate (TDI)

BASF to take parts of Poland Ciech’s TDI business On October 2012, the Ludwigshafen, Germany-based, BASF, acquired parts of Ciech Chemical Group’s (Ciech) Toluene Diisocyanate (TDI) business. This announcement comes in the same time as BASF is currently building the world largest single train TDI plant in Europe. BASF is […]

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E&P capital expenditures to exceed $700 billion in 2013

IFP Energies Nouvelles sees CAPEX to grow by 13% Based in Paris, France, the Institut Français du Pétrole et de Energies Nouvelles (IFP Energies Nouvelles) published on October 8th its last survey about the capital expenditure in the exploration and production and in refining. Published every year this survey gives […]

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ENI increases acreage in Polish and Ukrainian shale gas

After Polish Baltic Basin ENI goes to Ukrainian Dniepr-Donetz and Lviv Basins In 2010, the Italian Major IOC Eni had acquired Minsk Energy Resources to become operator of three licences in the Polish Baltic Basin, a highly prospective shale gas play located in the north-east of Poland. In Poland ENI could […]

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ONGC and ConocoPhillips sign MoU for shale gas in India

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC), India and ConocoPhillips, USA, have signed on March 30th a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to co-operate and develop the shale gas resources in India, North America and elsewhere besides deep water opportunities in Eastern offshore India.  The unprecedented growth of shale gas in the […]

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