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DuPont to work on Zohr gas field

DuPont will deliver the technology license, engineering and equipment for two MECS DynaWave wet gas scrubbing units while KT will provide the related on-shore gas plant units in Port-Saïd with Claus and Tail Gas Treatment Units.

D&D work for SSE concluded

ABB’s engineering and consultancy group has completed Decommissioning and Demolition Governance framework for SSE.

 
 

AccessESP to present paper at ADIPEC

AccessESP has confirmed the company’s participation at The Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC) 2017.


 

Total plant installs sizing tool

Total has installed a sizing tool at a petrochemical plant to perform electrical calculations and validate the calculations submitted by external engineering.

 
 

Tank Storage Asia to focus on crude oversupply

The role of Asia in the global oil market, the oversupply of crude worldwide and its impact on key Asian storage hubs will be at the heart of conference discussions at this year’s Tank Storage Asia.

 
 
 

Xanadu-1 well drilling update

Norwest Energy has announced the current operations on the Xanadu-1 conventional oil exploration well include preparing to pick up the 216 mm drilling assembly prior to drilling ahead.

 
 
 
 
 

Angola LNG partners with RWEST

Angola LNG Ltd has announced that it has entered into an LNG sales agreement with RWE Supply & Trading.

 
 

Update: TPS rescheduled

Turbomachinery & Pump Symposia, TPS, has been rescheduled to 12 – 14 December 2017.

 
 
 

 

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Independent Oil and Gas signs LoI with Schlumberger

Independent Oil and Gas plc has signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) and Consultancy Master Services Agreement (CMSA) with Schlumberger in relation to development of its two Southern North Sea gas hubs, the Blythe Hub and the Vulcan Satellites Hub.

The CMSA provides a framework for Schlumberger to assist IOG in the period prior to Final Investment Decision (FID) on the SNS development project. A jointly established team will work to complete the Field Development and Execution plans.

Mark Routh, CEO and Interim Chairman of IOG, commented: “We are delighted to attract a major contractor of the calibre of Schlumberger to the project, which is further vindication of our dual gas hub development strategy. The range of services and deep technical expertise provided by Schlumberger will be very valuable for us both in the pre-development phase and the drilling and operational phases of the project. We look forward to finalising terms with Schlumberger and other key contractors in the coming months. Our commercial model aligns the incentives of all project participants towards the efficient delivery of IOG’s substantial gas resources.”

“Discussions with potential gas offtakers also continue to progress well and it is envisaged that these arrangements will include gas prepayments, which would also contribute significantly to our development funding. We look forward to making further updates in due course.”

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