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  1. OGJ Newsletter

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    Mon, 11 Oct 2010

  2. Special Report: Su Tu Vang project overcomes tough construction environment

    The successful Su Tu Vang (Golden Lion) project off Vietnam demonstrates that even during periods of tough industry conditions companies can bring on stream well planned and properly scoped projects safely and efficiently.

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    Mon, 4 May 2009

  3. Gazprom commissions Yuzhno Russkoye gas field

    Production has started from the 825.2 billion cu m Yuzhno Russkoye oil and gas condensate field in western Siberia, marking new supplies for Western Europe. It will produce 1.4 billion cu m of gas in fourth-quarter 2007. The field will reach its 25 billion cu m designed capacity in 2009.

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    Fri, 21 Dec 2007

  4. Peciko start-up caps Total Indonesia Mahakam program

    Completion of Phase 1 of the giant Peciko gas field development off Indonesia's East Kalimantan is a major milestone in the long history of Total Indonesia.

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    Mon, 16 Oct 2000

  5. OGJ Newsletter

    Even as ministers of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries prepare for their Sept. 19 meeting in Osaka, analysts at Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc. have already declared OPEC's "mission accomplished," in sustaining world oil prices through "the worst global demand in 20 ...

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    Mon, 16 Sep 2002

  6. Yoho offshore production fast-tracked with first Nigerian FPSO

    ExxonMobil Corp. subsidiary Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited (MPN) has begun development of the $1.2 billion Yoho project off Nigeria, using an early production system (EPS) to produce first oil.

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    Fri, 6 Sep 2002

  7. OGJ Newsletter

    To no one's surprise, ministers of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries voted July 31 to maintain their oil production quotas at the current total of 25.4 million b/d.

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    Mon, 4 Aug 2003

  8. OGJ Newsletter

    Indonesia's concerns over its falling crude oil production has prompted the government to set up a team to review the country's membership in the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.

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    Mon, 7 Mar 2005

  9. Special Report: POINT OF VIEW: Nova Scotian independent likes eastern Canada prospects

    The onshore portion of Canada's Maritime Provinces represents a true frontier with practically no oil or gas production and its own set of challenges. The area is slowly becoming productive under the shadow of Atlantic Canada's burgeoning offshore industry.

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    Mon, 20 Jan 2003

  10. Nova Scotian independent likes eastern Canada prospects

    Corridor Resources Inc. Pres. Norm Miller Partners are sparse, services, supplies, and even consultants aren't close at hand, and many technologies developed in the last decade have yet to be applied in Canada's Maritimes.

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    Mon, 23 Dec 2002

  11. Several world regions still recovering from '98-'99 exploration slump

    From November 1997 through March 1999, the petroleum industry suffered its most significant oil price collapse since 1986. OPEC surprised many by reducing quotas in March 1999, and it has enforced them since then.

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    Mon, 28 Feb 2000

  12. Interference tests verify reservoir continuity, offshore Africa

    Arlene G. Pollin Mobil Exploration & Producing Services Inc. Dallas Steve Hill Expro North Sea Ltd. London Ian Treherne Plus Design Ltd. London Interference testing during start-up of the Zafiro field, offshore Equatorial Guinea, determined the degree of reservoir continuity within the field. This ...

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    Mon, 3 Nov 1997

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