Wood has secured a new $42 million contract from international energy company Equinor on behalf of operator Gassco to provide EPCI services at the Kollsnes gas processing plant in Norway, the company said on Sept. 17.
Check out the latest oil and gas drilling activity highlights from around the world featured in the September issue of E&P including plans to drill and test a play offshore the U.K. originally discovered by ConocoPhillips in 1982.
The new facilities in Abu Dhabi and Scotland demonstrate that even during a global pandemic, the controls technology provider is “growing and moving forwards,” says Michael Purkiss, Proserv’s vice president of services.
German finance minister made the offer in early August, before the sanctions were imposed.
China’s COVID recovery has pushed its economy but the rest of the world lags.
Louisiana exporter says Ukraine lacks a ‘serious desire’ for a long-term contract.
Several U.S. LNG export plants stepped up to supply more of the super-cooled fuel even though Cameron LNG's facility in Louisiana remains shut due to lingering power problems after Hurricane Laura.
Canceling the project would create a legal mess and higher costs but nothing Germany couldn’t handle, say experts.
Chancellor Angela Merkel is under mounting pressure from members of her conservative party to suspend the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, a huge project to double Russian gas exports to Germany.
NATO allies Turkey and Greece vehemently disagree over claims to natural gas reserves in the eastern Mediterranean and the extent of their continental shelves.