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CAPITAL PROJECTS & CONTRACTSNEWS ROUND-UP more news at www.heavyliftpfi.com OIL & GAS NEWS


Saipem inks Norway deals Saipemhas been awarded offshore drilling contracts in Norway and the Middle East totalling over USD200 million. One contract was signed with the German company Wintershall for the drilling of two wells (plus two options).


KBR wins Senegal work BPhas awarded the pre-FEED work for the next two phases of development at its Greater Tortue-Ahmeyim LNG development, located at the maritime border of Senegal and Mauritania, to KBR.


TechnipFMC picked for Lapa TechnipFMC has been awarded a significant subsea contract for the Lapa pre-salt field offshore Brazil. The field will be connected to the FPSO Cidade de Caraguatatuba, which is already in operation. The contract covers the supply of flexible pipes for oil production, gas lift and gas injection, as well as associated accessories.


Aramco acquires SABIC Saudi Aramco has acquired a 70 percent majority stake in Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) from thePublic Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia in a transaction valued at USD69.1 billion.


Aker submits Ghana plan Aker Energy has submitted a USD4.4 billion plan to Ghana for the development of an offshore oilfield at the Pecan field. An estimated 334 million barrels of oil are in place.


USD6 bn platform for ACG The developers of the Azeri-Chirag- Gunashli (ACG) field in the Azerbaijan sector of the Caspian Sea have made a decision to build an additional platform in the license area, which will come online in 2022.


TechnipFMC wins TOR II TechnipFMC has been awarded a significant integrated EPCI contract from ConocoPhillips for the TOR II development, located in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.


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SGRE lands contracts as Senvion refocuses


for two French offshore wind farms. GE Renewable Energydecided to pull out of the projects. SGRE has also signed an order with Eurowind


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Energy for Thorup-Sletten, a 77 MW onshore wind farm in Denmark. Installation will start in October this year. Vattenfall, meanwhile, selected SGRE’s 10 MW


turbines for use at its 760 MW Hollandse Kust Zuid 1&2 wind farm off the Netherlands. Meanwhile, in April, Senvion filed for self-


administration in order to complete its restructuring programme. The company said the proceedings are related to Senvion GmbHalong with Senvion Deutschland GmbH. Refinancing discussions with lenders have, thus


far, not been finalised. Yves Rannou, ceo, said: “Based on our core business strengths, we aim to use the


iemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) will supply EDFwith turbines capable of generating up to 1 GW of power


self-administration proceedings to focus on restoring a profitable and sustainable business for our group faster. We are in the process of discussing financing options. If successful, we may be able to exit the initiated process successfully.”


OIL & GAS SJR to build


biofuel tanks SJR Groupwill build six biofuel storage tanks at the HES Botlek Tank Terminal in Botlek, the Netherlands. The storage tanks each have a capacity of 3,400 cum.


McDermott McDermott International has been awarded a large EPCI contract from Qatargas for the expansion of the North Field offshore facilities in Qatar. The contract includes EPCI services for eight offshore jackets.


double Kitimat Chevron Canada and Woodside Energy have applied


Partners bid to Qatargas picks Siemens secures SMR contract


An industrial gas company selected Siemens to supply three Dresser-Rand compressors for a steam methane reformer (SMR) in Texas. Commissioning of the compressors is expected in 2020.


for a licence for their Kitimat LNG plant in northern British Columbia. Approval would see the project nearly double in size to produce 18 million tonnes per annum. A final investment decision has not been made.


Equatorial


Guinea auction The Equatorial Guinea government has launched an auction for 26 oil and gas licences, including 24 offshore and two onshore licences.


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