Cortec and LED began working on the proposed expansion in March 2018, which will be completed by Q2 2019.
The latest upstream news
Wintershall as the operator of Nova has decided to develop the field with two subsea modules tied back to the Gjøa platform, which is operated by Neptune Energy.
The Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons has mandated all petroleum operators to cancel all contracts with Canadian-based CHC Helicopters, due to noncompliance of Equatorial Guinea’s national content regulations.
Wood has announced the creation of the role of Chief Technology Officer with the appointment of Darren Martin. As part of the broader strategy to differentiate Wood’s capabilities across energy and industrial markets, he will redefine the digital offering, enabling us to harness technology that will further complement Wood’s deep industry domain knowledge.
When Triangle became the majority (78.75%) owner and operator of Cliff Head in May 2017, a third party contractor was the Registered Operator of the facilities on behalf of the Joint Venture.
EM&I - the international asset integrity specialists - have worked on over 175 installations including FPSOs, drill ships, semisubmersibles, jack ups, LNG and fixed assets throughout the world.
Magseis ASA has announced that it has entered into a service agreement for an operation with its proprietary MASS nodes and MASS modular handling system including seismic data QC and navigation support for a project in North Europe.
SDX Energy Inc., the North Africa focused oil and gas company, has announced that a successful production test has been conducted at its SD-4X appraisal well at South Disouq, Egypt (SDX 55% working interest and operator).
Dril-Quip, Inc. has announced that Dril-Quip (Europe) Limited, its wholly-owned subsidiary based in Aberdeen, Scotland, has entered into a letter of intent with Premier Oil Exploration and Production Limited to provide subsea production systems for the Sea Lion Phase 1 Development located offshore the Falkland Islands.
API has released its quarterly well completion report for the second quarter of 2018 showing a 265% increase in estimated exploratory gas well completions as compared to the second quarter of 2017.
The agreement aims to deliver fewer interruptions to operations, which will result in benefits for both parties.
The MOU represents a significant step towards signing a binding GSA between the two parties and covers the purchasing by Weston Energy of up to 4 PJ of gas per year for a period of five years.