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Online Staff LONDON, Dec. 3 -- Azerbaijan International Oil Co. (AIOC) has signed agreements for six main construction contracts involved in the first phase of development of Azeri, Chirag, and Guneshli (ACG) fields in the Azerbaijan
Brazil state oil firm Petróleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) said it plans Friday to sign three contracts totaling close to $1 billion for the construction of its P-52 offshore platform to be installed in Roncador field in Campos basin off Brazil.
Iroquois Gas Transmission System, Shelton, Conn., has let contracts for construction of remaining portions of the pipeline project in New York and Connecticut. The company also let contracts for crossings of the Hudson and Housatonic rivers. Total value of all the latest contracts is $77.6 million.
By OGJ editors HOUSTON, Aug. 4 -- Saudi Aramco has signed a series of engineering, procurement, and construction contracts for the 400,000-b/d export refinery it plans at Yanbu Industrial City on Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea Coast
partnership of Origin Energy Ltd., Sydney, and ConocoPhillips) awarded two upstream design, engineering, and construction contracts for its coalseam methane supplied LNG project in Queensland. A JV of McConnell Dowell Constructors Ltd. and
Jan. 27 -- Abu Dhabi Co. for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO) has awarded two engineering, procurement, and construction contracts to upgrade production capacity at its Asab, Sahil, and Shah fields. Petrofac International Ltd. received
Both companies will continue to operate independently but will cooperate to pursue engineering, procurement and construction contracts for deepwater field developments, officials said. Together they will offer �construct while design� contracts
Drilling contractors have let construction contracts for three drillships following receipt of long-term charters for deepwater exploration. Transocean Offshore Inc., Houston
project in Venezuela's Orinoco Belt announced plans Friday to award three major engineering, procurement, and construction contracts , valued at $1.074 billion, to consortia led by Fluor Daniel Corp. and Venezuela's Inelectra/Parsons
summer schedule for maintenance and construction on its 14,492-km Canadian main line system. The firm let 11 construction contracts with a total value of $430 million (Canadian) for pipeline maintenance, looping, and compressor-station