The company has opened a new workshop, storage and testing facility in Muscat.
Pipeline news updates
At 1947 km in length, the Keystone XL Pipeline Project will be capable of safely delivering 830 000 bpd of crude oil from Hardisty, Alberta to Steele City, Nebraska.
SOCAR and Equinor confirm participation in the development of Karabagh field and sign a co-operation agreement.
The company has commented in response to Standard and Poor’s decision to lower Apache’s credit rating.
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The companies have signed an amendment agreement to the share purchase agreement concluded on 12 March 2020.
As the first step in this partnership, FERC and NARUC are urging all state authorities to designate utility workers as essential to the nation’s critical infrastructure.
Enable Midstream has announced FERC approval of MRT rate case settlements.
The measures include a reduction in the 2020 capital plan and the acceleration of cost savings initiatives.
GAZ-SYSTEM is preparing land for the Baltic Pipe in Denmark and Poland where the pipeline will be connected to the onshore section.
The agreement sees three new Icahn designated directors added to Occidental’s Board, effective immediately.
INEOS to postpone shutting down of Forties Pipeline System until August at the earliest.
Chevron Corporation has announced several steps it is taking in response to market conditions.
Trelleborg’s Offshore operation has signed an agreement with RIA Solutions (M) Sdn. Bhd.
INPEX statement on the impact of the COVID-19-induced oil price decline on its business operations.
The energy manufacturing and logistics company has announced a set of actions to maintain financial strength and security.
Bristow Americas’ Search and Rescue teams have transported offshore workers with suspected cases of the novel coronavirus.
A new methodology designed to address the major safety threat and multi-billion-dollar cost posed by corrosion under insulation has been published by DNV GL.
Tenaris to adjust production and temporarily suspend operations at US facilities.