Posts Tagged ‘procurement and construction management (EPCM)’

Chevron harvests gas discoveries in Australia Greater Gorgon

Chevron additional reserves credit Gorgon Expansion While Chevron continues to harvest natural gas discoveries in the Greater Gorgon area offshore Western Australia, its partners ExxonMobil and Shell review the costs estimates for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) Train 4 of the Gorgon Expansion project. When Chevron and its partners made the […]

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Shell and PetroChina to split Australia Arrow LNG project into two phases

Shell to start upstream and postpone LNG Trains Since November 2012, the Anglo-Dutch international company, Shell, and China National Petroleum Company (CNPC or PetroChina) multiplied announcements to reconsider their Arrow LNG project in the Queensland in eastern Australia. Shell and PetroChina wholly own the Arrow LNG project through a 50/50 joint venture […]

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AMEC in brief

Shaping the Future AMEC plc (AMEC) started engineering activities in Canada more than 100 years ago when the Montreal Engineering Company (MEC) was established in 1907. In 1992, AGRA took over MEC to create AMEC. Today, AMEC  is listed in London Stock Exchange and is building up its market leadership […]

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Shell and QP move on Qatar Ras Laffan Petrochemical project

QP and Shell Petrochemical project named Al-Karaana Qatar Petroleum and Shell made significant decisions in November regarding their world-scale petrochemical complex in the Ras Laffan Industrial Zone in northern Qatar. The Minister of Energy and Industry, Dr Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada and Ben Van Beurden, Shell Chemicals Executive Vice President, […]

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Dow and Saudi Aramco continue to award Sadara packages

$20 billion Sadara project takes momentum in Al Jubail With 26 major production units, The Dow Chemical (Dow) and the Saudi National Oil Company Saudi Aramco are building up the world’s largest integrated petrochemical complex in Al Jubail Industrial City, in Al Sharqiya, 100 kilometers northwest Dammam in Saudi Arabia. Dow and […]

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GDF Suez and Santos to award Bonaparte FLNG FEED soon

Granherne and Doris complete pre-FEED The GDF Suez Bonaparte is a $3.7 to $4.6 billion Floating LNG project to liquefied the natural gas from the Petrel, Tern and Frigate fields in the Bonaparte Basin, in the Timor Sea, 250 kilometres west of the northern Australian city of Darwin. GDF Suez Bonaparte is a […]

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ThyssenKrupp Uhde Chlore-Alkali Technology for AkzoNobel Expansion

AkzoNobel invests $180 million for 50% increase in Frankfurt Chloride and Caustic Soda facilities Caustic Soda is one of the most widely used chemicals in the industry. The increasing requirements in Europe for chlorine and derivatives over the past five years means the current plant is not meeting demand. Caustic […]

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Total and Shaw form a Global Alliance in Polystyrene Technology

Total Petrochemicals and the Shaw Group have announced to create an exclusive Alliance for the marketing and licensing of the Total Polystyrene (PS) technology Worldwide. Total Petrochemicals’ polystyrene technology produces both general purpose polystyrene, a rigid and transparent material used in applications such as insulation and packaging (transparent containers and […]

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