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Shell offloads 15% stake in Malaysia LNG Tiga for $750m
Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) has closed the $750m sale of its 15% stake in Malaysia LNG Tiga (MLNG Tiga) to the Sarawak State Financial Secretary (SFS).
The world’s biggest oil and gas companies in 2018
Two of the world’s top ten oil and gas companies are based in China, with China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation emerging as the world’s biggest by revenue at $362bn. Hydrocarbons-technology.com lists the world’s biggest oil and gas companies based on 2017 revenues.
Senex and Jemena to accelerate Project Atlas development in Queensland
Senex Energy has reached an agreement with infrastructure operator Jemena to jointly pursue the accelerated development of Project Atlas in Queensland, Australia, in order to deliver gas to the domestic market by late next year.
Best performing wells in Permian break even at as low as $22 per barrel
During last three years, companies operating in the Permian basin have drilled much longer laterals and used substantially more complex well completion design in their newer wells with the aim of reaching higher initial production (IP) rates.
BHGE to supply turbomachinery for Cheniere’s LNG facility in Texas
US oilfield services company Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE) has received a contract to supply turbomachinery equipment for the expansion of Cheniere’s LNG facility in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Phillips 66 to invest $1.5bn in Texas NGL project expansion
Energy manufacturing and logistics company Phillips 66 has decided to proceed with an expansion of its natural gas liquids (NGL) project in Sweeny, Texas, US, with a $1.5bn investment.
Timimoun Natural Gas Project
The Timimoun natural gas project is located between the towns of Timimoun and Adrar in the south-western part of Algeria, the world’s biggest natural gas-producing country.
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