existing hydrodesulfurization unit as well as the integration of the installations beyond the battery limits for these plants, the company said. The contract, which was awarded under the open-book convertible lump-sum method, will be implemented in two phases
Producers in the Appalachian basin will benefit unevenly from markets opening for natural gas from the Marcellus and Utica shales, according to a Canaccord Genuity analyst.
Executive Officer N. Malone Mitchell, the company bought into the region in 2008, drilled its ..... as much oil. Mitchell added that the company has deployed North American completion ..... exploration department Coskun Namoglu said the company is currently working with Shell on four
Carl F. Giesler Jr. has joined Miller Energy Resources Inc., Knoxville, Tenn., as chief executive officer, replacing Scott M. Boruff, who is now executive chairman.
Miller Energy Resources Inc., Knoxville, Tenn., has signed a nonbinding letter of intent to buy Alaskan operating assets of Buccaneer Energy for $40-50 million.
OGJ Online, Apr. 21, 2014 ). The company said a second tanker is being loaded for ..... million bbl. “Gazprom Neft is the first company to extract oil on Russia’s Arctic shelf ..... said Alexander Dyukov, chairman of the company ’s management board. He said the production
Global energy demand is expected to increase 35% to 2040, translating to 120 billion boe/year, or nearly 350 million boe/d, stated Rocky Becker, vice-president, Europe-Caspian-Russia at ExxonMobil Exploration Co.
Oil futures prices dropped on the New York and London markets on Sept. 12, ending a volatile week in which traders reacted to reduced oil demand forecasts from three groups and to another round of US sanctions against Russia.
and will involve over 2,000 workers working 24 hr/day, 7 days a week, for the duration of the maintenance period, the company said on Sept. 15. “Our fall turnaround pushes our total sustaining refinery capital investments to over $200 million (Can
Woodfibre LNG Ltd. , a subsidiary of energy resources development company Pacific Oil & Gas, let The Linde Group a contract to provide engineering and procurement services for its 2.1-million tonne