Fluor Corp. has been selected by BP Trinidad and Tobago (BP) to perform the front-end engineering and design for the Cassia Compression Project.
The latest energy news
Gazprom and Engie have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote cooperation between the two companies.
Yokogawa Corporation of America, and Dover Energy Automation, an operating company within Dover Corporation, have announced that they will join forces to create the Well Managed™ product portfolio.
More energy news updates
Bureau Veritas has been appointed by global oil and natural gas exploration and production company Noble Energy, to provide an independent verification of its development executions in the Leviathan Project, off the Mediterranean coast of Israel.
Orbital Gas Systems Ltd has received notification that Ofgem has formally relaxed the accuracy requirement of Ofgem-approved CVDDs to 0.2 MJ/m3.
US VP Mike Pence has celebrated Greenbelt Resources and Jababeka Infrastruktur for their waste-to-resources project MOU signing.
The API reports that total petroleum deliveries in March climbed 0.2% on the corresponding period of last year.
Sound Energy, the African and European focused upstream gas company, has announced the mobilisation of a rig to the company's Sidi Moktar asset, onshore Morocco.
StocExpo Europe 2017, the world’s leading international event for the tank terminal industry, celebrated a successful return to Rotterdam last month.
The Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) has released a report by Pace Global on the critical role natural gas has played in generating clean electricity in the US.
Enerkem's second generation ethanol has obtained the lowest carbon intensity ever from the British Columbia government.
Integrity monitoring solutions specialist North East Corrosion Engineers (NECE), part of the ICR group, has secured a significant contract for the provision of corrosion and microbial monitoring services on four North Sea assets.
NES Global Talent has compiled information on the top three Asian pipelines, including WEPP II, the world's longest natural gas pipeline.
An energy industry entrepreneur has acquired Oil Plus Ltd, a specialist oil and gas consultancy based in Berkshire, south England.
On 13 April, Hilcorp Alaska concluded its repair operations for the leaking natural gas pipeline in Cook Inlet.
Tendeka has secured a two-year contract with a Malaysian Operator for the provision of Tendeka’s FloSure Elite Sand Screens with FloSure™ Autonomous Inflow Control Devices (AICDs).
West Sussex County Council have now approved details under the provision of the planning consent for the proposed drilling of the second well, the new Lidsey-X2 onshore production well at the Lidsey oilfield (PL241) near Bognor Regis in the south of the UK.
While western Canada may see a supply increase of nearly 1 million bbls of crude by 2020 due to current pipeline projects, this could put pressure on its already constrained pipeline system.