Posts Tagged ‘Supply chain’

Japan chemical industry gears up on bio-plastics

Sojitz, SDK and Toray multiply strategic initiatives While the biggest oil and gas producing countries in Middle-East, Russia and North America are expanding their petrochemical industry downstream towards high added value hydrocarbon products, Japan seems to investigate another route through chemical local companies building up Market Leadership on bio-plastics. The […]

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Malaysian Petronas runs global with Canadian Progress takeover

Petronas to pay $5.3 billion Progress Energy Resources  The Malaysian NOC Petronas and the Canadian Progress Energy Resources (Progress) have signed an agreement for a friendly takeover of Progress by Petronas. The integration will be done through Petronas Canada to remain based in Calgary, Alberta, for upstream with commercial office […]

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PetroChina selects WorleyParsons for MacKay River and Dover projects

PetroChina to secure its oil supply chain  from Athabasca Fort McMurray to Kitimat, BC Step by step the China National Petroleum Company (CNPC or PetroChina), is putting in place all the pieces of its upstream puzzle from Athabasca, Alberta oil sands fields to Kitimat, BC. In 2011, PetroChina payed $1.9 billion […]

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Long lead item

Definition Long lead item refers to the equipment, product or system that is identified at the earliest stage of a project to have a delivery time long enough to affect directly the overall lead time of the project. Comments The long lead items are common in the oil & gas […]

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Statoil Skrugard and Havis oil discoveries justify feasibility studies

Statoil, ENI and Petoro expect more to come from Skrugard and Havis exploration The Skrugard and Havis fields are located 5 kilometers from each other at a vertical depth of 1740 meters below sea level at a water depth of 388 meters in the PL532 licence area which was awarded in […]

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Air Liquide takes a leap in Russia with new technology

Air Liquide starts up new air separation unit in Tatarstan Air Liquide is pursuing its long-term development in Russia, and starting-up a new Air Separation Unit (ASU) that will produce oxygen and nitrogen in the Special Economic Zone “Alabuga” in the Volga region, Tatarstan. Tatarstan‘s economy is the fifth largest […]

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Market Leadership

Definition: More than the size of the company and its market share, the Market leadership is related to the capability to: Drive the decisions along the supply chain. Lead the good practices in a given market. Comments: Key Drivers to Market Leadership Anticipate on deep market needs and Focus on […]

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