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PJSC Gazprom Neft has completed installation of the main section for its project to expand delayed coking capacity at its 430,000-b/d Omsk refinery in Western Siberia as part of the operator’s second phase of its ongoing modernization program.
US shale production will peak at 14.5 million b/d around 2030, Rystad Energy forecast, saying US light, tight oil (LTO) represented less than 1% of world oil supply 9 years ago but represents close to 10% of total world oil supply in 2019.
Western Gas Corp. reported that its Equus gas project offshore Western Australia is on track for coming on stream in 2024. The estimate follows completion of an “upstream-to-LNG development plan” and the commencement of project financing and partnering.
Equinor continues the work with resources from the Bahamas, the US, and Norway to respond to the effects of Hurricane Dorian on the South Riding Point terminal on Grand Bahama Island and the oil spill at the terminal site and nearby.