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Top ten active LNG regasification terminals in Europe

This post was originally published on this site According to GlobalData’s LNG Regasification Database, there was a total regasification capacity of 7,636 billion cubic feet (bcf) in Europe in 2022, shared across 14 countries. By 2026 total LNG regasification capacity is expected to rise to 13,744bcf, with 26 new LNG regasification terminals expected to commence

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Top ten active petrochemical complexes in Former Soviet Union

This post was originally published on this site According to GlobalData’s Petrochemicals Database, there were a total of 117 active petrochemical complexes in Former Soviet Union with a further 94 announced and planned. The largest capacities of active complexes are located in Russia, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, the capacities of which together account for 81% of

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Top five upcoming LNG liquefaction terminals in Middle East

This post was originally published on this site According to GlobalData’s LNG Liquefaction Database, 8 announced and planned liquefaction terminals are expected to commence operations during 2023-2030. Of these, 3 planned terminals with identified development plans are expected to add 39.4mtpa, while 5 early-stage announced terminals that are undergoing conceptual studies and are expected to

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With $1.1 billion in the bag, Noble looks forward to reaping further benefits of tightening rig market

This post was originally published on this siteNoble has won new contracts and extensions for multiple rigs in Guyana, Colombia, the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, and offshore Sarawak, Malaysia. The post With $1.1 billion in the bag, Noble looks forward to reaping further benefits of tightening rig market appeared first on Offshore Energy.

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Callon signs double deal to buy assets in Permian, quits Eagle Ford

This post was originally published on this siteUS-based oil and natural gas company Callon Petroleum Company (Callon) has signed two deals to boost focus on the Permian by selling its Eagle Ford to support expansion in the Delaware basin. Callon has signed a definitive agreement to buy Permian basin-based Percussion Petroleum Operating II in a cash and

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