Production problems continue for NZEC…

By Neil Ritchie NEW ZEALAND Energy Corporation’s struggles continue with further production problems and a sliding share price on the Toronto Stock Exchange. “They are struggling and no-one is sure what will happen,” one industry commentator told Oil & Gas

Puma Energy launches Mackay import terminal

INDEPENDENT fuel operator Puma Energy Australia has opened its first Australian greenfield import terminal in Mackay, planning to add to fuel supply options for northern Queensland’s mining community. The $70 million terminal, which has been under construction since March 2013,

Gorgon reaches another milestone

CHEVRON reached a key milestone in the development of its $US54 billion Gorgon liquefied natural gas project on Barrow Island, announcing the arrival of the final train 1 module. The module is Gorgon’s heaviest, weighing some 6,300 tonnes – equal

CNPC opens Turkmenistan processing plant

CHINA National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) has opened a gas processing plant at its Amu Darya project in the Bagtyýarlyk contract area in Turkmenistan. The No. 2 gas processing plant was formally opened by Turkmen president Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov in early May.

WorleyParsons in LNG Canada services JV

WORLEYPARSONS’ Canadian arm will team with Chiyoda Corporation, Foster Wheeler and Saipem in a joint venture (CFSW JV) for work on the LNG Canada Project, in Kitimat, British Colombia. The contract will see the group provide front-end engineering design (FEED)