GlobalData’s latest analysis of the global planned propylene capacity shows that China has...
- China leads in propylene expansion with over 40% of new global capacity in 2022
- Libyan NOC’s halt on Total’s Waha acquisition adds uncertainty to an already-risky deal
- Ten largest upcoming onshore gas projects globally will be produced by Russia
- Petrobangla and Kuwait Petroleum lead global capacity additions
- Spain leads EU with most LNG regasification capacity
Rotork Supports Marine Consultancy Firm in Major African Project
Rotork is pleased to announce that its newly established, in-house hydrostatic testing facility in Singapore is already making a significant contribution in terms of securing new contracts.
Comet Ridge to drill appraisal well in Australia’s Galilee Basin
Comet Ridge is set to drill the Albany 1 deep sandstone appraisal well next month in the Galilee Basin in Australia.
Total and Google to develop AI solutions for oil and gas exploration
Total has signed an agreement with Google Cloud for the joint development of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to accelerate oil and gas exploration and production.
Andeavor to build crude oil pipeline system and marine terminal in US
Andeavor has signed two joint venture (JV) deals to construct the Gray Oak Pipeline and a new open access marine terminal in Texas known as the South Texas Gateway Terminal.
China leads in propylene expansion with over 40% of new global capacity in 2022
GlobalData’s latest analysis of the global planned propylene capacity shows that China has the highest planned capacity additions with 8.77 million tonnes per year (mtpa) during 2018 to 2022, followed by the US and Iran with 2.39 mtpa and 2.20 mtpa respectively.
Shell to offload downstream assets in Argentina for $950m
Shell has entered a deal to sell its downstream business in Argentina to Brazilian biofuels producer Raízen for $950m.
Implico’s OpenTAS System Certified for EMCS 2.3
Leading downstream solutions provider Implico is pleased to announce that the company’s OpenTAS terminal management technology has been approved for use with the new Excise Movement and Control System (EMCS) Release 2.3, which is set to become mandatory from November this year.
Libyan NOC’s halt on Total’s Waha acquisition adds uncertainty to an already-risky deal
Total SA’s US$450 million deal to purchase Marathon’s 16.33% interest in the Waha Concessions in Libya could be in doubt.
Echo Energy completes workover of second well in Fracción D asset
Echo Energy has begun processing oil at its Fracción D asset in Argentina following successful completion of the second workover of a three-well campaign.
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