Posts Tagged ‘production wells’

Statoil and Sinochem submit Brazil Peregrino-2 development plan

Statoil and Sinochem add new platform in Peregrino II The state-owned companies Statoil from Norway and Sinochem from China, partnering in the offshore Peregrino field, submitted the plan of development (POD) for its southwest expansion in the Campos Basin to Brazil National agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuel (ANP). […]

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Shell and PetroChina move on Australia Arrow Bowen Gas Project

Arrow awarded Bowen coal bed methane project FEED The international oil company (IOC) Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) and the national oil company China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina) have decided to move on their Australian 50/50 joint venture Arrow Energy Penty Ltd (Arrow) Bowen Gas Project (BGP) to the […]

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Shell to build world-largest FPSO for Nigeria Bonga South West

Shell Bonga SW FPSO enters EPC bidding phase Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) and its partnering major companies, ExxonMobil from USA, Total from France and Eni from Italy, are entering the bidding phase on the Bonga South West floating, production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel to be moored in the Block […]

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One Day – One Country: Qatar

Qatar Petroleum to diversify in oil and petrochemicals Since the moratorium decided by Qatar in 2005 to freeze all new offshore projects out of its giant North Dome project, Qatar Petroleum concentrated to complete on going projects and to stabilize the reservoir from the consequences of the multiplication of the production […]

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Ecopetrol to develop Colombia East Cano Sur heavy crude oil field

Ecopetrol to invest $6.5 billion in exploration-production In 2014, the Colombia national oil company (NOC) Ecopetrol SA (Ecopetrol) has announced to invest more than $6.5 billion capital expenditure into exploration and production including the development of the East Cano Sur heavy crude oil field in Puerto Gaitan. Overall, Ecopetrol is […]

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Sunbird to develop South Africa largest offshore gas field

Sunbird mulls over FPSO for Ibhubesi Phase-1 The Australian company Sunbird Energy (Sunbird) and its local partner, the national oil company (NOC) PetroSA, are considering to use a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel to develop the Ibhubesi gas field offshore the west coast of South Africa. Discovered in […]

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Premier Oil to decide soon on Catcher in the UK North Sea

Premier Oil to award Catcher FPSO EPC contract The London-based company Premier Oil (Premier) and its partners, Cairn Energy (Cairn) from Scotland and the Basf subsidiary Wintershall from Germany, are on the point to make the final decision to award the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for a floating, […]

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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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Indonesia Pertamina to expand West Madura Offshore Project

Pertamina adds six platforms at West Madura Offshore The Indonesia national oil company (NOC) Pertamina and its partner Kodeco from South Korea, are ready to call for bid (CFB) six new platforms to expand the West Madura Offshore (WMO) project offshore East Java in Indonesia. Since the Indonesian Government set […]

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Shell and ExxonMobil head to head in Papua New Guinea

Shell and ExxonMobil court InterOil for new LNG project The super major companies Shell from The Netherlands and ExxonMobil from USA are head to head in intensive negotiations with InterOil Corporation (InterOil) for the development of world scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects in Papua New Guinea (PNG). Listed in […]

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