GlobalData’s latest analysis of the global planned and announced trunk/transmission oil and gas...
- LINN Energy signs agreement to divest stake in properties in West Texas
- US leads globally with most planned and announced pipeline length additions
- Adnoc to invest $3.1bn into Ruwais oil refinery modification project
- China leads globally with most planned delayed coking unit capacity additions
- Top three Saudi oil fields drive 59% of country’s oil production in 2021
LINN Energy signs agreement to divest stake in properties in West Texas
LINN Energy has signed a definitive agreement to divest its stake in properties located in West Texas to an undisclosed buyer for $119.5m.
US leads globally with most planned and announced pipeline length additions
GlobalData’s latest analysis of the global planned and announced trunk/transmission oil and gas pipelines for the period 2018 to 2022 shows that the US has the longest planned pipelines length globally with 35,065km. India and Russia follow with 29,142 km and 26,566 km respectively.
Adnoc to invest $3.1bn into Ruwais oil refinery modification project
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) has unveiled plans to invest $3.1bn in Ruwais oil refinery to introduce crude processing flexibility.
Reggane North Development Project, Sahara Desert
Reggane North or Reggane Nord Development Project involves the development of six gas fields: Reggane, Azrafil Southeast, Kahlouche, South Kahlouche, Tiouliline and Sali in blocks 351c and 352c of the Reganne basin in the Algerian Sahara desert.
Rotork to Provide SIL-Certified IQ3 Valve Actuators for Iraq’s Karbala Refinery
The Iraq-based State Company of Oil Projects (SCOP) is currently building a new facility known as the Karbala Refinery, which is expected to use cutting-edge refining and automated control processes to optimise the production of petrol, jet fuel, gas and fuel oil, and asphalt.
Top three Saudi oil fields drive 59% of country’s oil production in 2021
GlobalData’s latest analysis of Saudi Arabia’s crude oil production shows that over $79.6bn in capital expenditure (capex) would be spent by Saudi Arabia Oil Co on oil projects over the next four years to ensure that country’s production remains around 11.2 million barrel per day (mmbd) in 2021.
ADNOC to boost Carbon CUS technology to improve oil recovery
The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) is set to boost the use of Carbon Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS) technology for reduced environmental footprint and improved oil recovery over the coming decade.
Statoil proposes to build onshore terminal in Norway for Johan Castberg oil
Statoil has commenced work on a plan to construct a terminal onshore Norway to handle oil transported from Johan Castberg license, which lies in Arctic, and other fields that are yet to be developed.
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