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  • Wood Bags Deal for Largest Turkey Gas Reserve

    The Sakarya Gas Field has a confirmed capacity of 405 billion cubic meters, or 14 trillion cubic feet, of natural gas.
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  • Shell Sees Major Potential for SAF in Asia

    Alternative aviation fuel, which can be made from feedstocks including algae and cooking oil, is still a lot more expensive than traditional jet fuel.
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  • VIDEO: Neptune Completes Seagull Manifold Installation

    Working under the Neptune Energy Alliance Agreement, TechnipFMC undertook the construction activities on the development.
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  • Halliburton Unit Hired to Plug Delta Spill

    Halliburton's Boots & Coots unit has been called in by independent producer Aiteo Eastern E&P Co. to contain a leak.
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  • Chevron Venezuela Operations in Limbo

    The U.S. is leaving Venezuelan operations of Chevron Corp. at a standstill.
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  • Standard Drilling Sells Vessel for $10MM+

    The sale of the vessel will result in a gain for Standard Drilling of gross $2.3 million.
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  • $15B Aramco Deal Goes Awry

    Reliance and Saudi Aramco signed a non-binding letter of intent in August 2019.
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  • Saipem Bags Deal Worth Near $1B

    The deal comprises a SURF EPCI contract for the installation of a rigid riser-based subsea system for Buzios 7.
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  • BP Goes on Hydrogen Hiring Spree

    BP has kicked off a hiring campaign.
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  • Top USA Rig Owner Tumbles on Profit Squeezing Inflation

    Helmerich's warning follows similar commentary by America's No. 2 provider of frack pumps.
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  • PD&MS to Create up to 80 Jobs in Aberdeen

    Back in May, PD&MS announced that it planned to increase its workforce with 75 new hires across Scotland and the UK.
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  • NOG in Permian Expansion with Significant Deal

    The effective date for the transaction is October 1 and Northern expects to close the deal in the first quarter of next year.
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  • Ironwood Significantly Expands Eagle Ford Shale Footprint

    The Ironwood leadership team has assumed management of the Nuevo Midstream Dos assets.
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  • MOU Signed to Build Scotland Low Carbon Workforce

    It is estimated that over 20,000 skilled jobs will be created through the peak of the Scottish Cluster development.
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  • Ex-Shell VP Becomes Sound Energy Director

    Bukovics, who will chair the HSE and remuneration and nomination committees under the position, will succeed Richard Liddell.
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  • Halliburton and Cairn Sign MOU

    The alliance will evolve through three distinct stages of conceptual design, conceptual detailing and execution.
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  • ADNOC Invests Near $6B to Enable Drilling Growth

    The investments, which are described as a record, are in the form of procurement awards to 'top-tier' contractors.
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  • Woodside CFO Resigns

    Duhe will remain with Woodside into the first quarter of 2022 to ensure a smooth transition of her key responsibilities.
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  • Shell Ditches Dutch from Name

    Royal Dutch Shell Plc announced a major overhaul of its legal and tax structure.
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  • TotalEnergies Launches Bateke Carbon Sink Project

    The project, conducted in partnership with Foret Ressources Management, will see some 40 million trees planted over a period of 10 years.
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