Deals this week: Rosneft, Total, CH2M


Rosneft has closed a $1.12bn deal with Eni S.p.A to acquire a 30% stake in the concessions agreement for the development of Zohr field. 

The deal will enable Rosneft to participate in the development of the Zohr deepwater gasfield in the Mediterranean Sea, offshore Egypt. 

Following the completion of the transaction, the gasfield will be jointly owned by Eni (60%), Rosneft (30%) and BP (10%).

Total has agreed with the National Office of Petroleum of Guinea (ONAP) to study deep and ultra-deep offshore areas located off the coast of Guinea Conakry.

"Total is responsible to evaluate approximately 55,000km² of area by assessing the existing data."

Under the technical evaluation agreement, Total is responsible to evaluate approximately 55,000km² of area by assessing the existing data.

Total will also deliver training services to the ONAP staff to enhance their technical skills in fields of exploration and production. 

CH2M has signed a deal with BP to deliver marine engineering support services for the Tortue development offshore Mauritania and Senegal, West Africa.

KBR has been appointed as the engineering services contractor for the development, while CH2M will serve as the BP-approved civil and marine engineering support provider for the fields.

The Tortue development project encompasses gas production, a floating treatment facility, a pipeline and a hub near the coast.