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Are you looking for a provider of Max Flow Hot Stab in South America? SECC Oil & Gas are a leading supplier of Max Flow Hot Stab throughout South America.

The Max Flow is the world’s first straight through pressure balanced stab connector. It has been designed using SECC’s patented zero head loss technology and is ideally suited to high-flow operations. The straight-through, full bore enables operators to employ smaller diameter bores to achieve very high flow rates.

The Max Flow Hot Stab which provide significantly higher flow rates than traditional hot stabs can be supplied in bores of 1/2” and 4” at pressures up to 1034bar [15’000psi]. They are available in a range of materials and are easily aligned and locked in position by ROV compatible handles. All Max Flow Hot Stabs are designed in accordance with ISO 13628-8 and API 17D.

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NOVATEK Sends Ninth Tanker via the Northern Sea Route in 2011

NOVATEK (“NOVATEK” and/or the “Company”) has announced today that the Tanker “Perseverance”, carrying 60 thousand tons of the Company’s stable gas condensate, has passed through the Bering Strait and into the Pacific Ocean. The Perseverance has become the ninth high-tonnage tanker in the 2011 navigational period to transport NOVATEK’s stable gas condensate via the Northern Sea Route (“NSR”) from the Russian port of Murmansk to countries of the Asian-Pacific region. Read more…

SNC-Lavalin Wins Statoil’s North Sea Mariner Jacket Front End Engineering Contract

SNC-Lavalin (TSX: SNC) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a contract by Statoil UK to carry out front-end engineering for its approximately 20,000 tonne substructure for the Mariner offshore development in the North Sea. Read more…

Alexey Miller current daily consumption of Russian gas beyond FSU is 24.7 per cent higher than last year

Today Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee held a meeting at the Company’s headquarters regarding the gas balance build-up in Eastern Siberia and the Far East until 2030. Read more…

Statoil and Tullow Oil in cooperation in Suriname

Statoil has acquired a 30% participating interest in block 47 offshore Suriname from Tullow Oil. Read more…

Valiant Petroleum reports disappointing results from the Zapffe well in PL518 in the Norwegian Barents Sea

Valiant Petroleum plc announces that drilling operations have completed on the Zapffe exploration prospect (Valiant, 10%), located in PL518 in the Norwegian Barents Sea. Read more…

MHI Receives Order for Initial Planning of CO2 Recovery Facility for Technology Qualification Program of Norway’s Gassnova

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd (MHI) has received an order from Gassnova SF, a Norwegian state enterprise handling carbon capture and storage (CCS), to undertake initial planning of the world’s largest-class carbon dioxide (CO2) capture facility. The planning task is part of Gassnova and Statoil’s Technology Qualification Program (TQP) targeting installation of an approximately 3,400 tons-per-day (tpd) CO2 recovery system from a gas-fired combined heat and power plant (CHP) producing up to 280 megawatt (MW) electricity and 350 MW heat at Mongstad, on Norway’s west coast. MHI will vie against other companies participating in the initial planning competition – which encompasses CO2 capture technology, facility performance, and construction and operation costs of the planned CO2 recovery plant. Read more…

Statoil and co-ventures successful bidders offshore Canada

Statoil, Chevron Canada and Repsol E&P Canada have been named the successful bidders for exploration rights on two land parcels in the Flemish Pass Basin, offshore Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Read more…

AWE commits to rig for drilling of Atlas-1 well in Indonesia

AWE Limited, via its wholly owned subsidiary, AWE (Titan) NZ Limited, is pleased to report the execution of a rig contract for the drilling of the Atlas-1 well.  Atlas-1 will be drilled in the Titan PSC, which is located in the offshore East Java Basin, Indonesia.   Read more…

Petrofac awarded project in Mozambique

Petrofac, the international oil & gas facilities service provider has been awarded a US$4 million lump-sum engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract by Sasol Petroleum Temane, a subsidiary of Sasol Petroleum International, for the Pande and Temane gas field developments in Mozambique. Read more…

Bengal Energy Announces Fiscal Q2 2012 Results Production increases year over year after Australia drilling success

CALGARY, Nov. 14, 2011 /CNW/ – Bengal Energy Ltd. (TSX: BNG) (“Bengal” or the “Company”) today announced its financial and operating results for the quarter ended September 30, 2011. Read more…

Tethys Petroleum announces Kazakh AKD06 well flows over 4,300 barrels of oil per day

Tethys Petroleum Limited (“Tethys” or the “Company” (TSX:TPL, LSE:TPL)) today announced that the Cretaceous sand interval on the AKD06 Doris appraisal well had tested oil at a rate of over 4,300 barrels of oil (“bopd”) per day. Read more…

U.S. Energy Corp. Announces Second Successful Well Under the Zavanna, LLC Drilling Program

RIVERTON, Wyo., Nov. 15, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — U.S. Energy Corp. (Nasdaq:USEG) (“U.S. Energy” or the “Company”), today announced the successful completion of the Koufax 3-10 #1H well with Zavanna, LLC and provides an operational update. Read more…

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