By Neil Ritchie Canadian listed junior TAG Oil has confirmed its first offshore Taranaki exploration adventure – participating in the shallow water Kaheru-1 wildcat well, set to be drilled during the first half of 2015 by the jack-up Ensco Rig
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
QGC HAS started operating a network of upstream natural gas processing facilities which the company said was an important milestone to achieving a first gas production target from its Curtis Island plant in the fourth quarter of 2014. The seven
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,
QGC AND Bechtel wrapped up integrity testing of one of its liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage tanks earlier this year, capturing a series of unique photographs of the activity.
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
PETROBRAS’ oil production at the pre-salt layer of the Santos and Campos basins has passed its daily production record of 470,000 barrels of oil per day. “The average productivity per well from the Santos basin’s Pre-Salt Layer reached 28,000 bpd,
PRODUCTION has started at China National Offshore Oil Corporation’s (CNOOC Ltd) Kenli 3-2 oilfields in May, located in the southern Bohai Sea at an average water depth of 20 metres. The project, which consists of the Kenli 3-2, Bozhong 34-6/7,
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’ 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)