Posts Tagged ‘procurement and construction (EPC) contract:’

Statoil Total and Det norske award Dagny Topsides in Norway

Daewoo and Aker Solutions to share Topsides contract Statoil and its partners Total and Det norske selected a combination of Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) from South Korea with the local engineering company Aker Solutions to design and build the topsides of the Dagny offshore platform project in Norway. […]

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BP Oman Full Field Development phase-1 at bid stage

Block 61 among world largest tight gas development In January 2013, BP received the technical and commercial offers from the engineering companies bidding on the key packages of its Block 61 tight gas full field development phase-1 project in the Sultanate of Oman. Last September, BP had announced to scale up its […]

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Det norske, Statoil and Bayerngas award Norway Ivar Aasen platform

SMOE and Mustang win Ivar Aasen topsides EPC Previously named Draupne, the Ivar Aasen project is taking a leap with the decision made by Det norske and its partners Statoil and Bayerngas to award the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to a team of contractors made of SMOE and […]

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India to triple LNG Import Terminal capacities by 2017

GSPC and IOC to boost LNG Import Terminal projects Gujarat State Petroleum Company (GSPC), Adani Enterprise (Adani) and Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) are working on moving forward their respective liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal projects in order to meet the Indian demand for gas in 2017. These projects are […]

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Total aligns contractors on Moho-Nord in Congo

Total-Chevron-SNPC to invest $7 billion in Moho-Nord Total from France, and its partners, Chevron from USA and the local Société Nationale des Pétroles du Congo (SNPC) are willing to move on fast track with the Moho-Nord Floating Production Unit (FPU) project offshore Congo-Brazzaville. Located 20 kilometers northwest of the actual […]

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KBR to provide cracker technology to Cambodia first refinery

SINOMACH and CPC to build first Cambodia refinery On December 28th 2012, China Perfect Machinery Industry Corp (SINOMACH) and Cambodia Petrochemical Corporation (CPC) made the final investment decision (FID) to build the first crude oil refinery in the Kampong Som Petrochemical Industrial Zone along the southern coast in Cambodia. This […]

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Total and CNOOC to select Samsung for Egina FPSO

Samsung benefits from Nigeria local content regulation The french major Total and its partners, China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) and Nigeria National Petroleum Company (NNPC), are in the process to approve Samsung Heavy Industries (Samsung) offer for Egina new-build floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel. Egina project is […]

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Statoil goes for execution with Aasta Hansteen offshore project

Hyundai Heavy Industries books $1.1 billion Topsides  Statoil and its partners, OMV from Austria and ConocoPhillips from USA made the final investment decision (FID) and awarded the topsides, the most critical package, of the Aasta Hansteen project to Hyundai Heavy Industries. Previously named Luva, the Aasta Hansteen is located 300 […]

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WorleyParsons in brief

Resources and Energy With Headoffice in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, WorleyParsons was established in 2004 from the acquisition of the Californian engineering company Parsons E&C by the Australian Worley. Parsons E&C had a long history since 1944 in the downstream sector, refining, petrochemicals and power. Worley was established under the […]

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SABIC and Vopak form joint venture for new Al Jubail terminal

SABIC and Vopak to build $400 million storage facility Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) and Royal Vopak (Vopak) signed Heads of Agreement (HoA) to form a joint venture to build new storage facilities in the Al Jubail Terminal on the east coast of Saudi Arabia. The joint venture between SABIC and […]

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