Canada’s existing oil pipeline and railway capacity is enough to support oil sands current exports but with little extra room for logistic constraints.
David has worked on Oilfield Technology and watched the magazine grow since he joined Palladian Publications in early 2012. As well as the day-to-day editing of content and working with article authors and advertisers, he is actively involved in the commissioning of material for both the magazine and its expanding online presence.
Prior to joining the company, David spent four years at Aberystwyth University where he gained an undergraduate degree in International Politics and a Master’s in Intelligence & Strategic Studies.
David currently lives in Woking, enjoys cycling, rugby and Asian food.
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Additional payments of up to US$550 million could be payable by Total in case of an improvement in the oil markets in the coming years.
A total of 1766 blocks of open acreage is now available across the West of Scotland, the East Shetland Platform, the Mid North Sea High, South West Britain and parts of the English Channel.
The US$15 million contract with Tullow Oil, part of Kenya’s EOPS, included the provision of degassing facilities for three well pads and an early production facility (EPF) for oil and water separation, stabilisation, storage and export.
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