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  • The World Banks Multilateral Guarantee Agency (MIGA) is planning to guarantee financing a $40mn investment to help complete the Takoradi T1/T2 combined cycle natural gas power-plant complex in Ghana, adding 132 MW of electricity generation, writes Keith Nuthall.

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  • BP is to sell its Sunray and Hemphill natural gas processing plants in Texas, together with an associated gas gathering system, to Eagle Rock Energy Partners for $227.5mn in cash. Sunray and Hemphill have a combined processing capacity of about 220,000mn cf/d. The associated gathering system compris...

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  • Technip has been awarded a contract worth approximately A$110mn (€90mn) by Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) for the detailed design of Chevrons Wheatstone offshore gas processing platform, located 200 km off Western Australias coast.

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  • McDermott International and its joint venture partner Chiyoda International Corporation, a US-based wholly-owned subsidiary of Japans Chiyoda Corporation, report that Train 1 of the Cameron LNG project in the US has reached the final commissioning stage following the introduction of pipeline feed g...

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  • Aker Kvaerner has won Norsk Hydro's contract for engineering and design of the onshore processing plant at Aukra, Norway, that will handle gas from the Ormen Lange field on the Norwegian shelf. The contract includes front-end engineering/design, procurement and construction management assistance.

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  • International oil services company Petrofac has secured a contract with the Sultanate of Omans Ministry of Oil & Gas (MOG) to build a new 20mn cm/y gas plant at the Kauther field in north Oman. The single-train plant will recover gas and condensate reserves from the field, which is being developed ...

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  • Shell and Petrobras are reported to be planning to build a $210mn LNG regasification terminal in northeast Pernambuco state in Brazil by 2005. The plant will have the capacity to convert 1.5mn t/y of LNG into 5-6mn cm/d of natural gas which will be pumped to distribution centres in Brazil and a new ...

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  • Ineos has revealed a plan that will transform the economics of the loss-making site, making it profitable. Central to the plan is the construction of new shipping and storage facilities to handle imports of ethane, 75pc cheaper in America due to the shale gas revolution. Ineos has agreed a long-term...

  • BP is to sell its interests in the Hugoton, Kansas, Jayhawk gas processing plant and associated producing gas fields in Kansas to an affiliate of LINN Energy for $1.2bn in cash. The agreement includes the sale of all of BPs working interest in about 2,400 wells in the Hugoton natural gas field, as ...

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  • Petroleum Development Oman has awarded Petrofac a $350mn engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the Kauther gas field compression plant in Oman. It will also commission the facility and operate it for the first six months.

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