Posts Tagged ‘Scotland’

Ineos to restore UK Grangemouth ethylene capacity with US shale gas

Consol and Range to supply shale gas to Ineos cracker The US-based junior companies Consol Energy Inc. (Consol) and Range Resources Corporation (RRC or Range Resources)  signed long term agreements with the Swiss registered petrochemical company Ineos Group AG (Ineos)  to import shale gas from the USA to supply its ethylene […]

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ONGC at study phase on Krishna Godavari deep offshore project

ONGC to award pre-FEED on KG-DWN-98/2 deepwater The India state-owned company Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) is on the way to award the contract to perform the pre-front end engineering and design (pre-FEED) work for the development of the KG-DWN-98/2 project in the deep water of the Krishna Gadavari […]

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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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CNOOC and Sinopec to pump $20 billion in upstream acquisitions

CNOOC and Sinopec target Nexen and Talisman assets July 23rd 2012, the Chinese CNOOC Ltd (CNOOC) announced to have signed an Arrangement Agreement with Nexen for the acquisition of the Nexen shares listed in Toronto and New York Stock Exchanges. The aggregate value of the proposed acquisition is approximately $15.1 billion […]

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Shell and ExxonMobil awards Fram FPSO to SBM

SBM will supply, lease and operate a converted FPSO The Fram field is located in United Kingdom continental Shelf (UKCS) including the Blocks 29/3c, 29/4c, 29/8a and 29/9c in the central North Sea, around 220 km east of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK, in a water depth of approximately 97 m. These […]

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