SembMarine lands TEN FPSO work

SembMarine lands TEN FPSO work

Posted by Aaron Kerr October 20, 2014


Singapore’s Sembcorp Marine has netted two contracts worth about S$222 million (US$174.1 million) for offshore energy projects. The company’s subsidiary Jurong Shipyard has won a contract with a repeat customer, Modec Offshore, to work on a floating production, storage and offloading vessel. Jurong will carry out repair and life extension, and conversion, of a very large crude carrier into an FPSO for Tullow Oil’s Tweneboa-Enyenra-Ntomme (TEN) development project off Ghana. The $4.9 billion development will combine production from the Tweneboa,… More

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Share your expertise with a niche audience

Share your expertise with a niche audience

Posted by Andrea Marston October 16, 2014


Occurring only every two years, ISA Calgary Show – presented with the ISA Calgary Chapter – brings together automation specialists, control systems engineers, facilities engineers, instrumentation specialists, operations and plant managers to explore key technologies and services from 200+ exhibiting companies. From the well-site to pipeline, these are the products and services that are the backbones of the oil & gas industry and are consistently increasing productivity while reducing costs, and enhancing operations in the sector. Share your technical and… More

‘New talks’ in Ukraine gas row

‘New talks’ in Ukraine gas row

Posted by Nicole Veronneau October 10, 2014


A new date has reportedly been set later this month to resume stalled talks aimed at resolving a gas dispute between Ukraine and Russia after the European Union came up with a proposed deal. The putative pact to resolve the impasse over Ukraine’s unpaid gas bill and pricing of supplies has apparently snagged on Ukraine misgivings about the EU-brokered deal, aimed at restarting gas deliveries to the country that were cut off by Russia’s Gazprom earlier this summer. The proposal… More

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Stabilis plans second Texas LNG facility

Stabilis plans second Texas LNG facility

Posted by Aaron Kerr October 6, 2014


The liquefied natural gas venture Stabilis FHR Oilfield LNG is planning to build another liquefied natural gas production facility in Texas to provide fuel for oilfield operations. The venture duo of Beaumont, Texas-based LNG investor Stabilis Energy and refiner Fling Hills Resources is to acquire land for the new facility in Odessa, Texas. Stabilis Energy chief executive Casey Crenshaw said the aim of the facility was to “provide oilfield engine operators with a reliable source of LNG fuel that helps… More

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Scotland rejects independence

Scotland rejects independence

Posted by Aaron Kerr September 19, 2014


Scotland will remain part of the UK after voters rejected nationalist proposals to claim independence in a historic referendum. With the majority of votes in, the latest count showed 1.91 million voters were in favour of maintaining the 307-year-old union with England against 1.54 million who wanted Scotland to break its ties and go it alone, a 55% to 45% split. Surveys ahead of Thursday’s historic vote had predicted the result was too close to call but in the end the victory… More

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