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Gulf Petroleum gets nod for Malaysian petrochem complex

May 1, 2008 Qatar's Gulf Petroleum won regulatory approval from the Malaysian government to develop a $5 billion oil and petrochemical complex in the northern state of Perak.

Total brings Moho-Bilondo field on stream

Apr 28, 2008 Total E&P Congo has produced first oil from the deepwater offshore Moho-Bilondo field in Congo (Brazzaville) nearly a month ahead of schedule.

Project would bring heavy oil to West Texas

Apr 28, 2008 Centurion Pipeline LP launched an open season to determine interest in a proposed reversal project that would deliver heavy Canadian crude from Cushing, Okla., to West Texas.

SPECIAL REPORT: Capital budgets grow in US, drop in Canada

Apr 28, 2008 Capital spending for oil and gas projects in the US will increase this year, buoyed by growth in upstream, midstream, and downstream developments and maintenance.

Project would bring heavy oil to West Texas

Apr 21, 2008 Centurion Pipeline LP launched an open season to determine interest in a proposed reversal project that would deliver heavy Canadian crude from Cushing, Okla., to West Texas.

SPECIAL REPORT: Rise seen in sulfur, refining construction projects

Apr 7, 2008 Oil & Gas Journal’s semiannual Worldwide Construction Update shows a slight increase in refining and sulfur projects in the engineering stage as well as gas processing construction activity compared with the previous edition of the update.

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Apr 7, 2008

Nelson-Farrar Quarterly Costimating: Changes in indexes for selected equipment items

Apr 7, 2008 Continuing a trend starting in 1983, the Nelson-Farrar refinery construction index rose quickly to 2,144.4 in December 2007 from 1,961.6 in January 2006.

Europia: EU must issue policies that help refiners compete

Apr 7, 2008 The European Union should provide its refining companies with “a globally competitive level playing field” to help them face the “important” challenges of the next years and make the needed investments, said Panos E. Cavoulacos, president of the 17-member refining trade group Europia.

Cuba's Cienfuegos refinery on line; expansion mulled

Apr 2, 2008 Processing at Cuba's 65,000 b/d Cienfuegos refinery is on schedule 2 months into operations with gasoline output beginning in March and expansion plans on the drawing board, according to a senior official.

Saras lets revamp contract for Sardinia refinery

Mar 25, 2008 Saras has awarded an EPCM contract to Foster Wheeler Italiana to renovate the mild hydrocracking unit at its Sarroch refinery in Sardinia, Italy.

Europia: EU must issue policies that help refiners compete

Mar 14, 2008 The EU should provide its refining firms with "a globally competitive level playing field" to help them face the "important" challenges of the next years, said Europia Pres. Panos Cavoulacos.

SPECIAL REPORT: Iran’s gasoline woes persist despite rationing, price hikes

Mar 10, 2008 Iran’s gasoline shortage and its growing dependency on imports have been the subject of discussion and debate, both in and outside Iran.

SPECIAL REPORT: Global crude capacity will rise nearly 11 million b/d by 2012

Mar 10, 2008 Global crude distillation capacity will increase 10.6 million b/d during 2007-12—9.1 million b/d of new capacity and 1.5 million b/d of capacity creep—according to a report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) entitled “Medium-Term Oil Market Report.”

BP confident to achieve 4 million b/d by 2020

Feb 28, 2008 BP PLC expects to produce at least 4 million b/d of oil until 2020 even without new discoveries or access to new opportunities, the company's chief executive, Tony Hayward said on Feb. 27.

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