Total SA’s US$450 million deal to purchase Marathon’s 16.33% interest in the Waha...
- Libyan NOC’s halt on Total’s Waha acquisition adds uncertainty to an already-risky deal
- US leads globally in liquids storage capacity
- China leads globally with most upcoming hydrotreater capacity additions
- US leads in upcoming liquefaction capacity additions globally
- Iran leads globally in planned ammonia capacity additions
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.
Saudi Aramco signs deal to build $44bn refinery complex in India
Saudi Aramco has entered a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with a consortium of Indian oil companies to jointly develop and build a $44bn integrated refinery and petrochemicals complex.
Wood secures FEED contract for Statoil’s refinery in Norway
UK-based energy services firm Wood has secured a new contract to deliver front-end engineering design (FEED) services for Statoil’s Mongstad refinery near Bergen, Norway.
US leads globally in liquids storage capacity
GlobalData’s latest analysis of the global liquids storage market shows that the US has the highest installed liquids storage capacity globally with 2,174 million barrels (mmbbl). Indonesia and China follow with 2,015mmbbl and 776mmbbl respectively.
Statoil awards $764m drilling services contract to Archer
Norwegian company Statoil has signed a Nkr6bn ($764m) contract with Archer, a global oil services company.
Harbour Energy seeks to acquire Santos with $13.5bn takeover bid
Harbour Energy has offered to acquire Australian oil and gas producer Santos for A$13.5bn ($10.3bn), calculating at around A$6.50 a share.
China leads globally with most upcoming hydrotreater capacity additions
GlobalData’s latest analysis of planned and announced hydrotreater capacities for global refineries shows that China has the highest capacity globally with 1,591.8 thousand barrels per day (mbd) added between 2018 and 2021.
Suncor advances Syncrude maintenance turnaround by one month
Suncor Energy has brought forward a planned eight-week maintenance turnaround at a Syncrude site because a separate line maintenance issue needed to be resolved that required the plant to be shutdown.
Nyhamna Gas Plant Expansion
The Nyhamna onshore processing facility, located on the Nyhamna peninsula on Norway’s west coast, underwent an expansion to increase its capacity to receive gas from Aasta Hansteen field, as well as other new fields.
India’s BPCL awards Kochi refinery EPC contract to Petrofac
Oil and gas company Bharat Petroleum (BPCL) has awarded British oilfield services firm Petrofac with a $135m engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the Kochi refinery in Kerala, India.
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