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  • Petrofac to support North Sea Acorn gas-hydrogen options

    Petrofac’s Engineering and Production Services business will support Pale Blue Dot Energy on two projects in north-east Scotland involving carbon capture and storage (CCS) and conversion of North Sea gas to hydrogen.   The company’s full work scope comprises provision of project management systems and…

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  • Siemens HVDC power bridge will connect Crete with mainland Greece

    A consortium led by Siemens Gas and Power (Siemens Energy) has been awarded a turnkey contract for two converter stations for the Greek high-voltage direct-current (HVDC) link which will connect Crete, Greece’s largest and most populous island, with the mainland of Greece.   The project…

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  • Senex completes Surat gas development project

    Senex Energy Ltd, Brisbane, has completed its 100%-owned Surat basin natural gas development.   The onshore southeast Queensland project comprises 80 gas wells which is less than the 110 wells originally envisaged because of continuing outperformance.   In conjunction with infrastructure partner Jemena, the group…

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  • US Plans Sanctions to Halt Iran-Venezuela Oil Trade

    The Trump administration is preparing sanctions on as many as 50 oil and fuel tankers as part of an effort to cut off trade between Iran and Venezuela, according to a person familiar with the matter.   The sanctions would be imposed through the Treasury…

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  • Deep Down bags US$2 million in new orders

    Subsea equipment specialist Deep Down has received material orders from two customers totalling approximately US$2 million.   The scope of work for these orders includes providing subsea controls equipment.   This consist of jumpers, flying leads and also electrical/hydraulic distribution manifold.   The company will…

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  • Petronas scores two finds offshore Malaysia

    Petronas has made two discoveries offshore Sarawak, the company revealed in its latest results statement.   The finds were in the SK407 concession (Kelapa Bali) and SK408 (Remayong).   In addition, the company took final investment decisions during 1Q with its partners on three Malaysian…

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  • Scania Presents Electrified Power Systems Concept

    As more and more customers are seeking to reduce their carbon footprint, Scania now launches its concept for hybrid and fully electric power systems.   “Our in-house developed electrification concept draws on our experience from electrifying on-road vehicles,” said Joel Granath, Senior Vice President, Scania….

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  • Adani Green Energy wins the world’s largest solar award

    Adani Green Energy (AGEL) has won the first of its kind manufacturing linked solar agreement from the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI).   As a part of the award, AGEL will develop 8 GW of solar projects along with a commitment that will see…

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  • Strike Energy’s seismic work improves Perth basin outlook

    Newly reprocessed 2D and reinterpreted 3D seismic data in onshore North Perth basin permits in Western Australia has improved the imaging of both the South Erregulla and Waylering gas prospects, Strike Energy Ltd has said.   At South Erregulla in EP469, reprocessing of 23 historical…

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