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Tendeka and KOC pen partnership

Tendeka has been awarded a project to supply the Kuwait Oil Co. (KOC) with its Inflow Control Device (ICD) technology, which will enhance production through more effective reservoir management.


Discovery confirmed offshore Guyana

Turbot is ExxonMobil’s latest discovery to date in the country, adding to previous discoveries at Liza, Payara, Snoek and Liza Deep. Following completion of the Turbot-1 well, the Stena Carron drillship will move to the Ranger prospect.


Archer launches SPACE Vernier

The launch introduces SPACE Vernier, a service designed to maximise well life by measuring the internal and external dimensions of the entire wellbore to generate statistical analysis of localised damage and systemic corrosion.

Rovco joins NVIDIA Inception Programme

Rovco has announced plans to take artificial intelligence (AI) to new depths after being selected to join the NVIDIA Inception Programme.

Subsea companies to cash in from NSRI funding event

Fledging subsea firms will discover how they can overcome common financial challenges through industry supported and government-backed initiatives at an event in Aberdeen on 26 October.

 

MOL Norge welcomes new Managing Director

Haakon Haaland gained vast experience working at companies like ConocoPhillips and E.ON having been based in Houston, London and Stavanger. Before joining MOL Norge, he was Managing Director of E.ON Norge in Stavanger from 2008 up to its take-over by DEA in 2015.

Siemens signs MoU with Madagascar

Siemens has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Republic of Madagascar to identify measures to fast track power generation in the country.


More Upstream news updates

MOL FSRU Challenger naming ceremony noted a success

Many Guests were invited to witness the naming of our FSRU as the MOL FSRU Challenger. The MOL FSRU Challenger will provide storage and regasification services to a project in Turkey after delivery during October. Operation is slated to commence within 2017.

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.