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Kongsberg Wins Johan Sverdrup Phase 2 Contract

Jun 14, 2018

Equinor Energy AS has contracted Kongsberg Maritime to deliver the Safety and Automation Systems (SAS) for the recently announced phase 2 of the Johan Sverdrup development in the Norwegian North Sea.The phase 2 agreement includes delivery of SAS and digital technology for a new processing platform…

Russia's Novak: OPEC+ Can Consider Returning Up to 1.5 mln bpd

Jun 14, 2018

Members of the OPEC+ oil production cut deal can consider returning up to 1.5 million barrels of oil per day (bpd) to the market gradually, as one of the possible options, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak told reporters on Thursday.Novak also said the gradual increase is possible from July 1…

Oil Steadies Ahead of Key OPEC Meeting

Jun 14, 2018

Oil prices steadied on Thursday, but still faced pressure from evidence of rising U.S. output and uncertainty over the outlook for supply before a meeting next week of the world's largest exporters.Benchmark Brent crude oil was up 10 cents at $76…

EIA: Oil Barrel Price Steady Around $70

Jun 14, 2018

EIA expects Brent prices will average $71 per barrel in 2018 before declining to $68 per barrel in 2019.In the June 2018 update of its Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO), the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) forecasts Brent crude…

Italy Top Court Rejects Appeal to Stymie Shell, Eni Corruption Trial

Jun 13, 2018

Italy's Supreme Court threw out an appeal from Shell and four former Shell managers to stymie a trial on alleged corruption in Nigeria, which also sees Eni's chief on the bench, legal sources said on Wednesday.The long-running graft case revolves…

Oil Prices Slip as Production Rises

Jun 13, 2018

Oil prices slipped on Wednesday, hit by rising supplies in the United States and expectations that producers could relax voluntary output cuts.Brent crude was down 20 cents at $75.68 a barrel by 1330 GMT. U.S. light crude was 35 cents lower at $66…

China's CNOOC Sees Ugandan Oil Production Starting in 2021

Jun 13, 2018

Oil production in Uganda is likely to start in 2021 at the earliest, China's CNOOC said, giving a later date than the government's 2020 target.CNOOC, which is developing the fields in the west of the country with Britain's Tullow Oil and France’s Total…

Siemens to Mull Sale of Gas Turbine Business

Jun 13, 2018

Siemens AG is considering strategic options including a potential sale of its struggling business that makes large gas turbines for power plants, Bloomberg https://bloom.bg/2LOJJuf reported on Wednesday citing people familiar with the matter…

Shell Feeds Gas to Australia's New Prelude FLNG

Jun 13, 2018

Royal Dutch Shell has introduced gas to its 490 meter (1,600 ft) long Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) unit as part of the cooling process before start-up, a spokeswoman told Reuters on Wednesday.Gas was fed to the unit from liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier Gallina…

Double Bibby Win for MDL

Jun 12, 2018

Maritime Developments (MDL) has won a flex lay project with Bibby Offshore just after completing an umbilical installation with the EPIC contractor.The recently concluded project in a North Sea gas field used the MDL RDS-400, a 400-mertic-ton reel drive system…

Batteries hasten winds of change for electricity stocks

Jun 11, 2018

Bigger, better batteries are speeding up change in the U.S. electricity sector and could help power a rally in Xcel Energy Inc, American Electric Power Co Inc and other utility and renewable energy stocks, Barron's reported.After a decade of steep cost declines…

Nine People Injured in China Gas Pipeline Blast

Jun 11, 2018

A gas pipeline exploded late on Sunday in China's southwestern province of Guizhou, seriously injuring nine people, official news agency Xinhua reported on Monday.The blast occurred on a pipeline owned by PetroChina at Jiangbaying, near Shazi in Guizhou province…

Oil Prices Ease on China Demand Dip and Rising U.S. Output

Jun 08, 2018

Oil prices fell on Friday as weakening demand in China and surging U.S. output weighed on markets despite supply woes in Venezuela and Iran on top of OPEC's production cuts.Brent crude futures fell 45 cents to $16.87 a barrel by 1333 GMT. U…

Sound Energy to Build Pipeline to Commercialize Moroccan Gas

Jun 08, 2018

Britain's Sound Energy has signed a heads of terms agreement with a consortium to build a 20 inch gas pipeline and a processing plant to commercialize its discoveries in Eastern Morocco, it said.The consortium comprising Spain's Enagas, Elecnor…

Sibur Says New Gas Chemical Complex Will Cost up to $8 Bln

Jun 08, 2018

Russian petrochemical company Sibur said its plans to build a gas chemical complex in Russia's Far East will require preliminary investments of up to $8 billion and it is still looking for Asian partners.Sibur said a year ago that it had been…

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