Posts Tagged ‘Samsung Heavy Industries’

Chevron and Eni re-qualify contractors for Gendalo-Gehem FPO

Gendalo-Gehem bidders to include Indonesia partners The US major company Chevron and the Italian national oil company (NOC) Eni are reviewing the qualification of the contractors in competition for the floating production and offloading (FPO) vessels required for the development of the Gendalo and Gehem liquids-rich gas fields in the […]

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Shell and Nexen in design phase for Gulf of Mexico Appomattox platform

Shell and Nexen to take experience from Olympus In order to develop the challenging Appomattox oil field in the US Gulf of Mexico, the Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) and its partner Nexen, a wholly owned subsidiary of the China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), intends to take the lessons learnt […]

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One Day – One Country: Northern Gulf of Guinea

Ghana – Nigeria Key Projects and Business Highlights Around the Gulf of Guinea, Ghana and Nigeria appeared as the most active countries during the first half 2013 with upstream and downstream projects led by international and national companies such as Anadarko Petroleum (Anadarko), Eni, Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC), Kosmos Energy (Kosmos), Lekoil Ltd (Lekoil), Sabre […]

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Occidental and Qatar Petroleum prepare Idd el-Shargi North Dome Phase-5

Oxy and QP to call for tender ISND expansion contracts The US international oil company (IOC) Occidental Petroleum Corporation (Oxy) and the national oil company (NOC) Qatar Petroleum (QP) have approved the Field Development Plan (FDP) for the Idd el-Shargi North Dome expansion (ISND Phase-5) offshore the Qatar peninsula. Since […]

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Chevron intends to stay in the lead in Thailand with Ubon project

Chevron and partners pre-qualify contractors for Ubon The US super major Chevron and its partners, the Thailand national oil company PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Ltd (PTTEP), Hess from USA and Mitsui Oil (Mitsui) are currently running the pre-qualification process to select the contractors to be invited to bid […]

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Murphy and Petronas to increase size of Malaysia Block H FLNG-2

Petronas FLNG-2 to require MEG additional module The El Dorado, Arkansas-based, Murphy Oil Corporation (Murphy) and the Malaysian national oil company Petronas are revising upward the design of their floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) vessel for the development of the Block H, offshore Sabah in Malaysia. Since 2007, Murphy accumulates natural […]

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Samsung builds FPSO Market Leadership on Nigeria local content

Samsung to build the world largest FPSO in Nigeria In June 2013, Samsung Heavy Industries Upstream Nigeria converted a letter of appointment (LOA) into firm signed contract with Total Upstream Petroleum Nigeria (TUPNI) for the construction of the world ever largest floating, production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel in Nigeria. […]

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In Scarborough, Browse, Stockman, Majors see FLNG to cut costs

ExxonMobil, Woodside, Statoil ready to board on FLNG Earlier this month, ExxonMobil and its partner BHP Billiton (BHP) unveiled  their project to introduce their first floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) vessel as the remedy to stop the costs inflation of its Scarborough natural  project offshore Australia. A week later, the […]

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Chevron evaluates new-build against converted FPSO for Angola Lucapa

KBR to complete FEED on Lucapa new-build FPSO On first quarter 2012, the international oil company Chevron through its local subsidiary Cabinda Gulf Oil Company (Cabinda) and its partners, the national oil company Sonangol, Eni from Italy, Total from France, and Galp from Portugal,  had awarded the front end engineering […]

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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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