State-owned China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) has agreed to join forces with Norwegian...
- CNPC and Equinor to collaborate on energy sustainability projects
- Shell and Equinor reaffirm commitment to Tanzania LNG project
- KBR subsidiary wins FEED services contract for BP’s Tortue project
- High Court decision paves the way for increased UK fracking operations
- Equinor continues its shore power journey at Johan Sverdrup
Wintershall Norge gets drilling permit for well 6706/6-2 S
Wintershall Norge has secured a drilling permit from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate for well 6706/6-2 S, under cf Section 15 of Resource Management Regulations.
CNPC and Equinor to collaborate on energy sustainability projects
State-owned China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) has agreed to join forces with Norwegian firm Equinor on energy sustainability projects, including oil and gas exploration, renewables, and carbon capture technology.
Pemex sells $2bn bonds to fund investment and refinance debt
Mexican state-owned petroleum company Pemex has reportedly sold $2bn of its bonds.
Shell and Equinor reaffirm commitment to Tanzania LNG project
Shell and Equinor have confirmed their commitment to the $30bn Tanzania LNG project that will allow the African nation to export natural gas.
KBR subsidiary wins FEED services contract for BP’s Tortue project
KBR’s UK operating subsidiary has secured a contract from BP to provide front-end engineering design (FEED) services for the first phase of the Tortue field hub / terminal development located offshore Senegal and Mauritania.
High Court decision paves the way for increased UK fracking operations
The High Court has rejected a last-minute legal attempt by anti-fracking campaigners to block fracking activities in Lancashire, which reportedly paves the way for UK onshore shale firms to restart operations after seven years.
Equinor continues its shore power journey at Johan Sverdrup
Equinor has announced that its Johan Sverdrup field in the North Sea has been connected to the Norwegian national grid and will be powered using its power-from-shore system. How does the system work and does Equinor plan to electrify more offshore oil and gas platforms in the future?
Dry Deluge Testing
Open extinguishing systems are the primary care method in case of fire, and as such their regular testing is obligatory and a bare necessity for both workers and equipment, as well as the environment.
New Alliance Offering Creates Seamless, Scalable Digital Twin to Bridge Plant Design to Plant Operations
Connected Emerson, AspenTech simulation software increases digital investment value by enabling more capital-efficient digital twin technology for use across operations lifecycle.
Kosmos Energy to abandon Suriname offshore exploration well
Oil and gas exploration company Kosmos Energy has announced plans to abandon the Pontoenoe-1 exploration well in Block 42 offshore Suriname as it failed to find oil.
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