Posts Tagged ‘Tanzania’

Mozambique Gas-To-Liquid projects to queue behind LNG Plants

Shell, Sasol and Eni sign GTL agreements with ENH The Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) on one side and the tandem Sasol–Eni on another side signed these last weeks agreement with the national oil company (NOC) Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH) to start feasibility studies on Gas-To-liquid (GTL) projects in Mozambique. […]

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Ophir prefers FLNG to run fast track in Equatorial Guinea

Petrofac contracted as Block R Development Operator The London-based junior company Ophir Energy plc (Ophir) has appointed the engineering company Petrofac from UK, to support them for the development of the natural gas reserves held in the Block R, offshore Equatorial Guinea on the west coast of Africa. While listed […]

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Eni considers own Mozambique LNG Plant to secure 2018 first shipment

Eni may run its own fast track on Mozambique LNG The Italian national oil company Eni and its partners China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina), Kogas from South Korea, Galp Energia from Portugal and Mozambique Emprecia Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH)  are evaluating alternative solutions to develop its Mozambique liquefied […]

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Eni mulls Floating LNG alternative in Mozambique Area 4

Eni to consider FLNG to speed up Mozambique LNG The Italian major company Eni and its partners, China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina), the local Emprecia Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH), Kogas from South Korea and Galp Energia from Portugal, are considering to use floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) vessel […]

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Statoil and ExxonMobil compare Tanzania LNG development concepts

KBR completed Tanzania LNG project pre-FEED Since KBR completed the pre front end engineering and design (pre-FEED) work, the Norwegian national oil company (NOC) Statoil and the International oil company (IOC) ExxonMobil are comparing the best concepts to develop the giant liquefied natural gas (LNG) project based on the offshore […]

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Tanzania to monetize gas with power plant and downstream industries

Tanesco awards Mtwara Power Plant to Symbion-GE The Tanzania National Electrical Supply Company (Tanesco) signed a $1 billion contract with the US consortium of Symbion Power (Symbion) and the technology company General Electric International (GE) for the team of the Mtwara Power Plant and the expansion of the electrical power […]

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CNOOC, Total and Tullow move on Uganda Kingfisher project

Kingfisher to lead Lake Albert and refinery projects After resolving tax and refinery disagreements between Tullow Oil plc (Tullow) from UK, Total from France, the China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) from China and the Uganda Government, the Kingfisher project is ready to take off. The Kingfisher project is to […]

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BG and Ophir come closer to Tanzania LNG project

Mzia successful appraisal to justify BG two LNG trains The BG Group (BG) and its partner Ophir Energy (Ophir), both from UK, are pilling up natural gas reserves along their on going appraisal campaign offshore the east coast of Africa to the point to double the size of their liquefied […]

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E&P capital expenditures to exceed $700 billion in 2013

IFP Energies Nouvelles sees CAPEX to grow by 13% Based in Paris, France, the Institut Français du Pétrole et de Energies Nouvelles (IFP Energies Nouvelles) published on October 8th its last survey about the capital expenditure in the exploration and production and in refining. Published every year this survey gives […]

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Statoil in brief

Statoil’s vision stands in “Crossing Energy Frontiers” Statoil ASA is a public limited liability company established under the laws of Norway, thus Statoil is subject to the provisions of the Norwegian Public Limited Companies Act. Statoil has global operations and working interests in 41 countries and territories with a Market Leadership on the Norwegian Continental […]

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