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Leading Provider of ROV Sensors in Great Yarmouth

Are you looking for a provider of ROV Sensors in Great Yarmouth? DPS Offshore are a leading supplier of ROV Sensors in the Great Yarmouth and throughout Europe. Read more…

Leading Provider of Flexible Pipeline and Submarine Cable Installation in the Asia Pacific

Are you looking for a provider of Flexible Pipeline and Submarine Cable Installation in the Asia Pacific? CTC Marine are a leading supplier of Flexible Pipeline and Submarine Cable Installation throughout the Asia Pacific. Read more…

Leading Provider of Aftercoolers in Malaysia

Are you looking for a provider of Aftercoolers in Malaysia? Coates Offshore are a leading supplier of Aftercoolers in Malaysia and throughout Asia. Read more…

Aker Solutions wins offshore loading systems contracts in Brazil

Aker Solutions has won two similar contracts, together worth approx. 120 million NOK, from CQG Oil & Gas Contractors Inc. and CCI Oil & Gas Contractors Inc., for the supply of Pusnes offloading systems(TM) to two FPSOs in the Brazilian market. Read more…

Statoil and Petrobras sign letter of intent

Statoil and Petrobras signed a letter of intent (LOI) today, 25 May, to expand the cooperation between the companies within exploration, and to assess how the two companies can benefit from operational synergies. Read more…

Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation reaches milestones in Pennsylvania; marcellus daily production tops 400 Mmcf per day

Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (NYSE: COG) today announced that on Tuesday, May 24 it surpassed 400 Mmcf per day of production from the Marcellus shale in N.E. Pennsylvania.  Specifically, the Company was able to increase its production stream after the recent upgrades of the Lathrop Compressor Station that included the commissioning of new compression, new dehydration and a second suction line to the facility.

“First I want to commend our North region personnel and the staff of Williams Field Services Company, LLC for this safe, flawless start-up of the Lathrop Station upgrades.  It is equally impressive that we were able to increase our production 100 Mmcf within a 24-hour period,” said Dan O. Dinges, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer.  “Just prior to this upgrade, we were producing at a restricted rate of 310 Mmcf per day from 67 horizontal wells.  After the upgrade, we now have 69 horizontal wells producing and have reached a new maximum restricted rate of 420 Mmcf per day.  Clearly a portion of this increase in production was realized from previously curtailed wells.”

Noteworthy are the two new wells that were completed and turned in-line at 29.5 and 29.7 Mmcf per day. “These two wells represent new highs for our program in the Marcellus and both of these wells and others are choked back because we have reached another temporary maximum through-put rate into the Tennessee Gas Pipeline,” added Dinges.

All current volumes are being transported on Tennessee’s 300 Line through various customer agreements with Cabot.  “Due to significant volumes coming from the Marcellus and capacity constraints on the pipe, we expect our production in northeast Pennsylvania will be at 400 to 420 Mmcf per day until the Springville line is commissioned during the fourth quarter,” stated Dinges.  “These volumes clearly accelerate our current growth profile, and as such we will adjust production guidance for the second half of the year during the second quarter teleconference call in July.”

Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, headquartered in Houston, Texas is a leading independent natural gas producer with its entire resource base located in the continental United States.  For additional information, visit the Company’s Internet homepage at www.cabotog.com

Source: PR Newswire

Lundin Pertolium to acquare new exploration acreage in Norway

Lundin Petroleum AB (Lundin Petroleum) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with RWE Dea Norge AS to farm-in to PL330 located in the northern Norwegian Sea. Under the agreement Lundin Petroleum will acquire a 30 percent interest. Read more…

Lanco Solar to build 75 MW Solar PV project in Maharashtra

Lanco Solar, a fully owned subsidiary of Lanco Infratech Limited – the fastest growing business conglomerates in India with interests in power, construction & EPC, infrastructure and renewable, today announced “it, in consortium with Juwi Renewable India Ltd, has received LOA”Letter of Award  from Maharashtra State Power Generation Co Ltd (Mahagenco) for building of a 75MW Crystalline technology based photovoltaic solar power project in Dhule district in the state of Maharashtra. Read more…

GE launches power plant with breakthrough flexibility and efficiency

GE (NYSE: GE), whose technology helps to deliver a quarter of the world’s electricity, today announced a first-of-its-kind power plant engineered to deliver an unprecedented combination of flexibility and efficiency. By rapidly ramping up and down in response to fluctuations in wind and solar power, the technology will enable the integration of more renewable resources into the power grid. The FlexEfficiency* 50 Combined Cycle1 Power Plant is rated at 510 megawatts and offers fuel efficiency greater than 61 percent. The plant is the result of an investment of more than $500 million in research and development by GE and a key part of its ongoing work to create and manufacture technologies around the globe that deliver cleaner, more efficient energy. Read more…

Norway plans billion-dollar clean energy for poor

Norway wants to channel billions of dollars to renewable energies in developing nations, building on a scheme to protect tropical forests to which Oslo has been the biggest donor, officials said. Read more…

Leading Provider of Aftercoolers in Angola

Are you looking for a provider of Aftercoolers in Angola? Coates Offshore are a leading supplier of Aftercoolers in Angola and throughout Africa.

Coates Offshore are a leading supplier of caged, air blast aftercooler units with centrifugal condensed moisture separator. Single/Twin air motor fans are fed by an integral lubricated air supply making the package suitable for hazardous area operation. The protective cage prevents mobilisation and site damage, improves stability and enables both fork and lifting sling for placement.

A range of sizes are available to handle all Coates Rentair compressors with pressure ratings up to 25 barg and rated flow to 1500cfm. The controls are all pneumatic, so that the dryer is suitable for hazardous areas – petrochemical and offshore.

For further information, please visit the Coates Offshore website.

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Mustang awarded detailed design by Hess Corporation for Tioga Gas Plant expansion in North Dakota

Mustang, a Wood Group company, has been awarded detailed design and procurement services by Hess Corporation for the expansion of its Tioga natural gas plant in the Bakken oil play in northwestern North Dakota. The project will expand the facility’s capacity from approximately 110 MMSCFD gas to 250 MMSCFD. The cryogenic gas plant will be designed for ethane recovery, full fractionation and sales of natural gas liquids (NGL). Read more…

Technip Appoints Bill Morrice as Managing Director, UK

Technip has announced that it has appointed Bill Morrice as Managing Director of its UK operating center, based in Aberdeen. Bill takes over from Ron Cookson who is taking on a senior role in the Group’s newly established Offshore Wind business. Read more…

NorthWestern Energy files natural gas rate adjustment with South Dakota Public Utility Commission

NorthWestern Energy (NYSE: NWE) announced today that it has filed an application to adjust its rates for natural gas services in South Dakota. Read more…

Maersk Oil Announces Buckskin prospect gets U.S. deepwater drilling permit

Maersk Oil is participating in a new deepwater well in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico after operator Chevron received a drilling permit from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement (BOEMRE). Read more…

MODEC announces Participation in FPSO chartering for Guara Field in Petrobras’ pre-salt area

MODEC, Inc. (MODEC, head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; president: Toshiro Miyazaki), Mitsui & Co., Ltd. (Mitsui, head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; president: Masami Iijima) and Mitsubishi Corporation (Mitsubishi, head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; president: Ken Kobayashi) have agreed to invest in building and chartering a floating production, storage, and offloading system (FPSO) to GUARA B.V, a Dutch company belonging to BM-S-9 consortium members. The FPSO will be delivered offshore Brazil and used to develop the giant pre-salt region of the Santos Basin, in the BM-S-9 block (Guara Area) under concession to the consortium comprised of the following three companies: Petróleo Brasileiro S.A – Petrobras (45%), BG E&P Brasil Ltda – BG (30%), and Repsol Sinopec Brasil S.A – Repsol Sinopec (25%). Read more…

SolarWorld solar panels will supply 1 MW system in trail-blazing 5 MW project at college in Arizona

One megawatt of high-performance solar panels from SolarWorld, the largest U.S. solar technology manufacturer since 1975, has been selected to represent mono-crystalline silicon photovoltaic technology in an innovative, multi-technology series of utility-scale, tracker-mounted solar power systems totaling 5 MW at Arizona Western College in Yuma. Read more…

SolarEdge launches new top efficiency power optimizers and PV safety innovations at Intersolar Europe

SolarEdge Technologies Inc., a leading provider of end-to-end solar power optimization solutions, will present its next generation of module power optimizers and a unique string monitoring combiner box with ground fault detection and interruption (GFDI) per string, at the Intersolar conference and exhibition in Munich on June 8-10, Hall B4, Booth 310. Smart modules optimized by SolarEdge will be presented at the show by some of the world’s leading module manufacturers. The company will also present its extended line of single-phase and three-phase solar inverters. Read more…

One Block Off the Grid launches solar lease in Massachusetts for immediate savings

One Block Off the Grid today announced the availability of a new solar lease designed to let Massachusetts homeowners get solar energy for little to no money down to start saving immediately on monthly electricity bills. Read more…

Duke Energy chooses Siemens turbines to build Kansas wind farm

Duke Energy will use 73 Siemens wind turbines, each capable of generating 2.3 megawatts of emission-free electricity, to build its first wind farm in Kansas. Read more…

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