Posts Tagged ‘sub-sea well’

Tie-Back

Definition Tie-back in the offshore oil and gas upstream activities refer to the connection of additional risers to the floating vessel or platform. Comments Originally the offshore oil and gas industry used to focus on large fields that could be explored and produced in drilling strait below the floating vessel or […]

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GDF Suez and Santos to award Bonaparte FLNG FEED soon

Granherne and Doris complete pre-FEED The GDF Suez Bonaparte is a $3.7 to $4.6 billion Floating LNG project to liquefied the natural gas from the Petrel, Tern and Frigate fields in the Bonaparte Basin, in the Timor Sea, 250 kilometres west of the northern Australian city of Darwin. GDF Suez Bonaparte is a […]

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Norway approved Total $4.2 billion Martin Linge project

Total lowers Carbon Footprint with Power from Shore Previously called Hild, the Martin Linge development belongs to Total E&P Norge AS (51%), the operator, Petoro AS (30%) and Statoil Petroleum AS (19%). End of March, the Norwegian Government approved the development plan for the Martin Linge oil and gas field. Total capital […]

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Australia Scarborough (Pilbara) LNG to tie in Pluto LNG?

A good option for ExxonMobil/BHP and Woodside  ExxonMobil‘s affiliate Esso Australia Resources Pty Ltd is the operator of the Scarborough gas field, a 50/50 joint venture with BHP Billiton. The Scarborough field is one of the most remote of the Carnarvon Basin gas resources and the development remains challenging due […]

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