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  • Iran, Azerbaijan in Caspian Sea discussions

    Iran and Azerbaijan have agreed to collaborate in future oil and gas programmes, according to news service Shana.   Javad Owji, Iran’s Minister of Petroleum, signed documents with Shahin Mustafayev, Deputy Prime Minister of Azerbaijan.   According to Mr Owji, one focus of the negotiations…

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  • Trelleborg releases report on LNG fuelling

    Trelleborg’s marine and infrastructure operation has launched a new research report entitled ‘The Flexibility Factor: Energy Transfer Insights,’ which reveals the latest trends in LNG fuelling.   The growing global climate crisis is necessitating the search and need for cleaner energy choices. The changing market…

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  • Europe’s Gas Firms Prime Pipelines for Hydrogen Highway

    As world leaders hammered out a deal last week to slow climate change, gas engineer Michele Ricciardi was digging into a practical problem: How thousands of miles of pipelines across Italy and Europe can safely carry hydrogen.   The Italian is at the forefront of gas carriers’…

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  • Cheniere Partners produces first LNG at Sabine Pass Train 6

    Cheniere Energy Partners LP produced LNG for the first time at its five-million tonne/year (tpy) Train 6 at the Sabine Pass liquefaction project in Cameron Parish, Louisiana.   The commissioning process continues, and Cheniere expects substantial completion of Train 6 to be achieved in first-quarter…

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  • USA Sanctions Ship Involved in NS2 Gas Pipeline

    The US has imposed sanctions on a ship involved in the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline as the Biden administration looks to exert more pressure on Russia without antagonising Germany.   In a report sent to Congress on the 22nd November, the…

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  • CNOOC brings online Lufeng oil fields off China

    Chinese oil and gas giant CNOOC Limited has started production from the Lufeng oil fields regional development project located offshore China.   The Lufeng oil fields are located in the Eastern South China Sea and mainly include Lufeng 14-4 oil field, Lufeng 14-8 oil field,…

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  • OX2 starts planning procedures for wind farms offshore Finland

    OX2 is preparing to start the environmental impact assessment (EIA) process for two offshore wind power projects in the Gulf of Bothnia Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ).   Both are in the Finnish EEZ close to the border with Sweden. Project Halla is west of the island…

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  • TotalEnergies and Eni to invest billions in Libyan energy projects

    France’s TotalEnergies SE and Italy’s SpA said they were ready to invest billions of dollars in Libya as the OPEC nation emerges from a decade of conflict and civil war.   “I want to contribute to Libya’s comeback,” TotalEnergies’ Chief Executive Officer Patrick Pouyanne said…

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  • Kistos spuds Dutch North Sea Q11 discovery

    Kistos Plc has spudded the Q11-B appraisal well in licence block Q11, Dutch North Sea, about 13 km offshore.   The discovery is being drilled by Borr Drilling’s Prospector-1 jack-up and is anticipated to take a minimum of six weeks to drill and test.  …

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