Posts Tagged ‘recoverable reserves’

Anardarko and Eni to team up in Mozambique LNG

Anadarko and Eni to create 10 Trains Afungi LNG Park The Houston based Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (Anadarko) and the Italian national oil company Eni signed  Heads of Agreement (HOA) to coordinate the development of their respective natural gas fields in the prolific Rovuma Basin, offshore Mozambique. Anadarko is leading a joint […]

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Total awarded main packages on Martin Linge in Norway

Technip and Samsung Heavy Industries won Topsides In selecting the consortium made of  Technip and Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) for the topsides of its Martin Linge project in Norway, the french international oil company, Total, awarded the main package of this $4.2 billion project. Lying by 120 meter water depth on the Norwegian […]

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Hoegh-KBR and SBM-Linde in competition on Cash-Maple FLNG

Hoegh-KBR to submit competitive pre-FEED to PTTEP The Norwegian Hoegh LNG and the  Houston-based KBR are completing a pre-front end engineering and design (pre-FEED) work for the Cash-Maple FLNG project to developed by the Thailand national oil company PTTEP. The Cash-Maple FLNG project is related to the exclusive license owned by PTTEP on […]

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Noble Energy in brief

Energizing the World, Bettering People’s Lives. Established in 1932 to explore the Gulf of Mexico, Noble Energy Inc. (Noble) has remained over 80 years an independent oil company bases in Houston, Texas. Focusing on the upstream side of the business, Noble operates onshore and offshore in short selection of oil and gas […]

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Woodside joins Noble Energy in Israel Leviathan gas field

Woodside to become LNG operator in Leviathan  December 3rd, 2012, the Australian company Woodside closed a deal with Noble Energy (Noble) representing the Leviathan joint venture to take 30% stake in the giant Leviathan natural gas field. Lying by 1,700 meters deepwater depth at 135 kilometers west from Israel coast, the Leviathan […]

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Japan confirms interest in Gazprom Vladivostock LNG project

Gazprom and Itochu completed feasibility study November 26th, 2012, Alexey Miller, Chairman of Gazprom hosted a meeting in Moscow with a Japanese delegation led by Japan Ambassador Chikahito Harada about the joint project of liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Vladivostok in the outmost Far East of the Russian Federation. […]

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Argentina to become world test field for tight oil and shale gas

Schlumberger and Baker Hugues to lead exploration When Repsol-YPF discovered in 2011 the potential reserves of the Vaca Muerta in tight oil and Los Toldos and Totoral permits, it sent the signal to all the 50 companies having licenses in Argentina to drill more and to take their chance at the […]

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ONGC to replace ConocoPhillips in Kashagan project

ONGC and ConocoPhillips closed deal on $5 billion November 26th, 2012, ConocoPhillips and the Indian national OIL and Natural Gas Corporation Videsh Ltd (ONGC) have agreed on a transfer of interests in the North Caspian Production Sharing Agreement (NCPSA). Signed on the base of $5 billion in cash, the deal […]

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PTTEP to replace Petronas in Indonesia East Natuna Project

PTTEP to join ExxonMobil, Total and Pertamina On October 20th, 2012, the Director of the Oil and Gas at the Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral resources confirmed that the Thai national oil company, PTTEP, has been selected to replace the leaving Malaysian Petronas from the partnership. In the competition, to […]

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Lukoil to invest $22 billion in North Caspian Sea

Giant Filanovksi project to open Caspian Sea to Lukoil In October Lukoil organized a welcome reception dedicated to the selected contractors for the Vladimir Filanovsky field development project in the north of the Caspian Sea. With $3.5 billion capital expenditure, the Filanovsky project is strategic for Lukoil as it opens […]

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