Posts Tagged ‘semi-submersible platform’

Conventional scheme for CNOOC South China Sea Lingshui project

CNOOC opts for Lingshui FPSO and export pipeline The state-owned China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) is opting for a conventional scheme to develop the offshore gas field Lingshui 17-2, one of its largest discovery in the deepwater of the South China Sea. Located 150 kilometers south of the Hainan […]

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Shell Anadarko and Statoil at concept study on Vito US Gulf of Mexico

Shell and Statoil compare EOR solutions to boost Vito The Royal Dutch Shell (Shell), the US independent company Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (Anadarko) and the Norwegian national oil company (NOC) Statoil are mobilizing their best experts in enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques to compare the different solutions to boost the production […]

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CNOOC to decide China Liuhua 11-1 Expansion final design

CNOOC to award Liuhua 11-1 TLP FEED contract The state-owned company China National Oil Offshore Corporation (CNOOC) is finalizing the conceptual design for the expansion of the Liuhua 11-1 offshore oil and gas field within the South China Sea. Immediately after hammering the decision of the concepts to be developed, […]

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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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Statoil completed feasibility study on Skrugard and Havis in Barents Sea

Statoil prepares High North oil exploration in Norway  In February 2013, Statoil and its partners, Eni from Italy and Petoro from Norway, presented the conclusions of their feasibility study for the development of the Skrugard and Havis offshore oil fields in the Norwegian territorial waters of the Barents Sea.  The […]

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