Posts Tagged ‘PTTEP’

PetroVietnam to gear up in offshore Vietnam Block-B gas project

PetroVietnam signed to buy Chevron stakes in Block-B The Vietnam national oil company (NOC) PetroVietnam Exploration Production Corporation (PetroVietnam) has taken over the working interests owned by the California-based international oil company (IOC) Chevron in the Block-B and the Block 48/95 gas field offshore Vietnam. Until now, Chevron was the main […]

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One Day – One Country: Thailand

Thailand Key Projects and Business Highlights  In Thailand the oil and gas and petrochemical activity is driven by the national oil company (NOC) PTT Public Company Limited (PTT) and its more know subsidiary PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Ltd (PTTEP) with the support of foreign majors such as Chevron or Mitsui Oil Exploration […]

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One Day – One Country: Oman

Oman Key project and Business Highlights 2014 Although the Sultanate of Oman points only on the seventh position by crude oil proven reserves amongst the Middle-East country it attracts more and more international companies such as BP, PTTEP, Shell or Total to support the national companies Petroleum Development of Oman […]

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Eni strategy in good progress with Mozambique Area-4 FLNG projects

Eni at pre-qualification for first Mozambique FLNG The Italian national oil company (NOC) Eni is currently proceeding to the pre-qualification of the engineering companies and shipyards to be invited to bid (ITB) for the front end engineering and design (FEED) of the first floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) vessel to […]

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PDO made decision on Rabab Harweel Integrated Project in Oman

PDO to launch Rabab follow-up in Harweel Cluster The national oil company (NOC) Petroleum Development of Oman (PDO) made the final investment decision (FID) on the Rabab Harweel Integrated Project (RHIP) in the South of Oman. Following BP‘s decision to go ahead with the giant Khazzan and Makarem tight gas […]

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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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PTTEP and Chevron to call for Thailand Arthit Field Development

PTTEP to add Arthit South Gas Gathering Platform The Thailand national oil company (NOC) PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Ltd (PTTEP) and its partners, Chevron from USA and Mitsui Oil Exploration Company (Mitsui or MOECO) from Japan are working on the call for tender for the Arthit south gas […]

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Chevron and PTTEP prepare tenders on Thailand Ubon offshore project

Chevron to tender Ubon Offshore Platform and FPU The California-based company Chevron and its partners, PTTEP from Thailand, Hess from USA and Mitsui Oil (Mitsui) from Japan are preparing the calls for tender for the main engineering, production and construction (EPC) contracts to be awarded for the development of the […]

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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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Total and Chevron prepare Yadana Expansion project offshore Myanmar

Total to add compression platform to boost Yadana gas The international oil companies (IOCs) Total from France and Chevron from USA with their local partners PTTEP from Thailand and Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE) are preparing the expansion of the Yadana gas field offshore Myanmar. Located 60 kilometers from […]

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