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Foster Wheeler
08 декабря, 19:34

ADNOC, Oxy JV lets contract for UAE sour gas plant expansion

Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. subsidiary Abu Dhabi Gas Development Co. (Al Hosn Gas) and joint-venture partner Occidental Petroleum Corp. have let a contract to UK-based Amec Foster Wheeler PLC (AFW) to provide front-end engineering and design services for the JV’s recently announced plan to expand capacity of the Al Hosn sour gas plant by 50%.

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27 октября, 14:50

Amec Foster Wheeler Crashes Almost 20%! Is This The Time To Buy?

Fearful investors continue to desert Amec Foster Wheeler in spades. But is a turnaround just around the corner?

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27 октября, 11:30

Amec Foster Wheeler shares tumble 20% after financial results

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26 октября, 00:55

Luna named SVP, business development at Amec Foster Wheeler

Philip Luna has joined Amec Foster Wheeler PLC as senior vice-president, business development for its Americas business, effective immediately.

18 октября, 19:01

Oil majors experimenting with technologies to weather crisis

Oil majors including Statoil, Shell and Chevron are experimenting with various technologies, from drones and drill design to data management, to drive down costs and weather a deep downturn.

05 октября, 20:14

Singapore Refining lets contract for Jurong Island complex

Singapore Refining Co. Private Ltd. (SRC), a joint venture of PetroChina Co. Ltd. subsidiary Singapore Petroleum Co. Ltd. and Chevron Corp., has let a contract to Amec Foster Wheeler PLC (AFW) to provide front-end engineering and design for an upgrading project at its 290,000-b/d refinery on Jurong Island, Singapore.

03 октября, 12:20

Amec Wins Role in Australia's Ichthys

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UK-based contractor Amec Foster Wheeler said October 3 it has been awarded a consultancy contract by Japan’s Inpex, for the Ichthys LNG project offshore northern Australia.Amec will provide a team of production and maintenance assessors to carry out competency assessments for the Ichthys operations and maintenance teams across all project assets. This includes the central processing facility, the floating production vessel (FPSO), and Bladin Point LNG two-train onshore processing plant near Darwin. Assessments will be aligned to Australian national competency standards for the process industry.Inpex operates Ichthys. Partners include Total, along with five Japanese firms Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Chubu Electric, Toho Gas, Kansai Electric and Taiwan’s CPC. They took the US$34bn final investment decision on the venture on January 13 2012 and awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to the JKC joint venture of Japan’s JGC, Chiyoda and US firm KBR. Production from Ichthys is scheduled to start in 2017; it will have export capacity of 8.94mn mt/yr LNG, 1.66mn mt/yr LPG, and 104,000 b/d condensates at peak.Layout of the Ichthys project (Photo credit: Total)Early in September the final three of 230 modules needed to build the project’s onshore processing facilities arrived safely at the project’s Bladin Point onshore LNG facilities construction site. Mark Smedley

03 октября, 12:20

Amec Wins Role in Australia's Ichthys

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UK-based contractor Amec Foster Wheeler said October 3 it has been awarded a consultancy contract by Japan’s Inpex, for the Ichthys LNG project offshore northern Australia.Amec will provide a team of production and maintenance assessors to carry out competency assessments for the Ichthys operations and maintenance teams across all project assets. This includes the central processing facility, the floating production vessel (FPSO), and Bladin Point LNG two-train onshore processing plant near Darwin. Assessments will be aligned to Australian national competency standards for the process industry.Inpex operates Ichthys. Partners include Total, along with five Japanese firms Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Chubu Electric, Toho Gas, Kansai Electric and Taiwan’s CPC. They took the US$34bn final investment decision on the venture on January 13 2012 and awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to the JKC joint venture of Japan’s JGC, Chiyoda and US firm KBR. Production from Ichthys is scheduled to start in 2017; it will have export capacity of 8.94mn mt/yr LNG, 1.66mn mt/yr LPG, and 104,000 b/d condensates at peak.Layout of the Ichthys project (Photo credit: Total)Early in September the final three of 230 modules needed to build the project’s onshore processing facilities arrived safely at the project’s Bladin Point onshore LNG facilities construction site. Mark Smedley

03 октября, 12:20

Amec Wins Role in Australia's Ichthys

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UK-based contractor Amec Foster Wheeler said October 3 it has been awarded a consultancy contract by Japan’s Inpex, for the Ichthys LNG project offshore northern Australia.Amec will provide a team of production and maintenance assessors to carry out competency assessments for the Ichthys operations and maintenance teams across all project assets. This includes the central processing facility, the floating production vessel (FPSO), and Bladin Point LNG two-train onshore processing plant near Darwin. Assessments will be aligned to Australian national competency standards for the process industry.Inpex operates Ichthys. Partners include Total, along with five Japanese firms Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Chubu Electric, Toho Gas, Kansai Electric and Taiwan’s CPC. They took the US$34bn final investment decision on the venture on January 13 2012 and awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to the JKC joint venture of Japan’s JGC, Chiyoda and US firm KBR. Production from Ichthys is scheduled to start in 2017; it will have export capacity of 8.94mn mt/yr LNG, 1.66mn mt/yr LPG, and 104,000 b/d condensates at peak.Layout of the Ichthys project (Photo credit: Total)Early in September the final three of 230 modules needed to build the project’s onshore processing facilities arrived safely at the project’s Bladin Point onshore LNG facilities construction site. Mark Smedley

03 октября, 12:20

Amec Wins Role in Australia's Ichthys

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UK-based contractor Amec Foster Wheeler said October 3 it has been awarded a consultancy contract by Japan’s Inpex, for the Ichthys LNG project offshore northern Australia.Amec will provide a team of production and maintenance assessors to carry out competency assessments for the Ichthys operations and maintenance teams across all project assets. This includes the central processing facility, the floating production vessel (FPSO), and Bladin Point LNG two-train onshore processing plant near Darwin. Assessments will be aligned to Australian national competency standards for the process industry.Inpex operates Ichthys. Partners include Total, along with five Japanese firms Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Chubu Electric, Toho Gas, Kansai Electric and Taiwan’s CPC. They took the US$34bn final investment decision on the venture on January 13 2012 and awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to the JKC joint venture of Japan’s JGC, Chiyoda and US firm KBR. Production from Ichthys is scheduled to start in 2017; it will have export capacity of 8.94mn mt/yr LNG, 1.66mn mt/yr LPG, and 104,000 b/d condensates at peak.Layout of the Ichthys project (Photo credit: Total)Early in September the final three of 230 modules needed to build the project’s onshore processing facilities arrived safely at the project’s Bladin Point onshore LNG facilities construction site. Mark Smedley

03 октября, 12:20

Amec Wins Role in Australia's Ichthys

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UK-based contractor Amec Foster Wheeler said October 3 it has been awarded a consultancy contract by Japan’s Inpex, for the Ichthys LNG project offshore northern Australia.Amec will provide a team of production and maintenance assessors to carry out competency assessments for the Ichthys operations and maintenance teams across all project assets. This includes the central processing facility, the floating production vessel (FPSO), and Bladin Point LNG two-train onshore processing plant near Darwin. Assessments will be aligned to Australian national competency standards for the process industry.Inpex operates Ichthys. Partners include Total, along with five Japanese firms Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Chubu Electric, Toho Gas, Kansai Electric and Taiwan’s CPC. They took the US$34bn final investment decision on the venture on January 13 2012 and awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to the JKC joint venture of Japan’s JGC, Chiyoda and US firm KBR. Production from Ichthys is scheduled to start in 2017; it will have export capacity of 8.94mn mt/yr LNG, 1.66mn mt/yr LPG, and 104,000 b/d condensates at peak.Layout of the Ichthys project (Photo credit: Total)Early in September the final three of 230 modules needed to build the project’s onshore processing facilities arrived safely at the project’s Bladin Point onshore LNG facilities construction site. Mark Smedley

03 октября, 12:20

Amec Wins Role in Australia's Ichthys

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UK-based contractor Amec Foster Wheeler said October 3 it has been awarded a consultancy contract by Japan’s Inpex, for the Ichthys LNG project offshore northern Australia.Amec will provide a team of production and maintenance assessors to carry out competency assessments for the Ichthys operations and maintenance teams across all project assets. This includes the central processing facility, the floating production vessel (FPSO), and Bladin Point LNG two-train onshore processing plant near Darwin. Assessments will be aligned to Australian national competency standards for the process industry.Inpex operates Ichthys. Partners include Total, along with five Japanese firms Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Chubu Electric, Toho Gas, Kansai Electric and Taiwan’s CPC. They took the US$34bn final investment decision on the venture on January 13 2012 and awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to the JKC joint venture of Japan’s JGC, Chiyoda and US firm KBR. Production from Ichthys is scheduled to start in 2017; it will have export capacity of 8.94mn mt/yr LNG, 1.66mn mt/yr LPG, and 104,000 b/d condensates at peak.Layout of the Ichthys project (Photo credit: Total)Early in September the final three of 230 modules needed to build the project’s onshore processing facilities arrived safely at the project’s Bladin Point onshore LNG facilities construction site. Mark Smedley

03 октября, 12:20

Amec Wins Role in Australia's Ichthys

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UK-based contractor Amec Foster Wheeler said October 3 it has been awarded a consultancy contract by Japan’s Inpex, for the Ichthys LNG project offshore northern Australia.Amec will provide a team of production and maintenance assessors to carry out competency assessments for the Ichthys operations and maintenance teams across all project assets. This includes the central processing facility, the floating production vessel (FPSO), and Bladin Point LNG two-train onshore processing plant near Darwin. Assessments will be aligned to Australian national competency standards for the process industry.Inpex operates Ichthys. Partners include Total, along with five Japanese firms Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Chubu Electric, Toho Gas, Kansai Electric and Taiwan’s CPC. They took the US$34bn final investment decision on the venture on January 13 2012 and awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to the JKC joint venture of Japan’s JGC, Chiyoda and US firm KBR. Production from Ichthys is scheduled to start in 2017; it will have export capacity of 8.94mn mt/yr LNG, 1.66mn mt/yr LPG, and 104,000 b/d condensates at peak.Layout of the Ichthys project (Photo credit: Total)Early in September the final three of 230 modules needed to build the project’s onshore processing facilities arrived safely at the project’s Bladin Point onshore LNG facilities construction site. Mark Smedley

03 октября, 12:20

Amec Wins Role in Australia's Ichthys

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UK-based contractor Amec Foster Wheeler said October 3 it has been awarded a consultancy contract by Japan’s Inpex, for the Ichthys LNG project offshore northern Australia.Amec will provide a team of production and maintenance assessors to carry out competency assessments for the Ichthys operations and maintenance teams across all project assets. This includes the central processing facility, the floating production vessel (FPSO), and Bladin Point LNG two-train onshore processing plant near Darwin. Assessments will be aligned to Australian national competency standards for the process industry.Inpex operates Ichthys. Partners include Total, along with five Japanese firms Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Chubu Electric, Toho Gas, Kansai Electric and Taiwan’s CPC. They took the US$34bn final investment decision on the venture on January 13 2012 and awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to the JKC joint venture of Japan’s JGC, Chiyoda and US firm KBR. Production from Ichthys is scheduled to start in 2017; it will have export capacity of 8.94mn mt/yr LNG, 1.66mn mt/yr LPG, and 104,000 b/d condensates at peak.Layout of the Ichthys project (Photo credit: Total)Early in September the final three of 230 modules needed to build the project’s onshore processing facilities arrived safely at the project’s Bladin Point onshore LNG facilities construction site. Mark Smedley

03 октября, 12:20

Amec Wins Role in Australia's Ichthys

  • 0

UK-based contractor Amec Foster Wheeler said October 3 it has been awarded a consultancy contract by Japan’s Inpex, for the Ichthys LNG project offshore northern Australia.Amec will provide a team of production and maintenance assessors to carry out competency assessments for the Ichthys operations and maintenance teams across all project assets. This includes the central processing facility, the floating production vessel (FPSO), and Bladin Point LNG two-train onshore processing plant near Darwin. Assessments will be aligned to Australian national competency standards for the process industry.Inpex operates Ichthys. Partners include Total, along with five Japanese firms Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Chubu Electric, Toho Gas, Kansai Electric and Taiwan’s CPC. They took the US$34bn final investment decision on the venture on January 13 2012 and awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to the JKC joint venture of Japan’s JGC, Chiyoda and US firm KBR. Production from Ichthys is scheduled to start in 2017; it will have export capacity of 8.94mn mt/yr LNG, 1.66mn mt/yr LPG, and 104,000 b/d condensates at peak.Layout of the Ichthys project (Photo credit: Total)Early in September the final three of 230 modules needed to build the project’s onshore processing facilities arrived safely at the project’s Bladin Point onshore LNG facilities construction site. Mark Smedley

03 октября, 12:20

Amec Wins Role in Australia's Ichthys

  • 0

UK-based contractor Amec Foster Wheeler said October 3 it has been awarded a consultancy contract by Japan’s Inpex, for the Ichthys LNG project offshore northern Australia.Amec will provide a team of production and maintenance assessors to carry out competency assessments for the Ichthys operations and maintenance teams across all project assets. This includes the central processing facility, the floating production vessel (FPSO), and Bladin Point LNG two-train onshore processing plant near Darwin. Assessments will be aligned to Australian national competency standards for the process industry.Inpex operates Ichthys. Partners include Total, along with five Japanese firms Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Chubu Electric, Toho Gas, Kansai Electric and Taiwan’s CPC. They took the US$34bn final investment decision on the venture on January 13 2012 and awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to the JKC joint venture of Japan’s JGC, Chiyoda and US firm KBR. Production from Ichthys is scheduled to start in 2017; it will have export capacity of 8.94mn mt/yr LNG, 1.66mn mt/yr LPG, and 104,000 b/d condensates at peak.Layout of the Ichthys project (Photo credit: Total)Early in September the final three of 230 modules needed to build the project’s onshore processing facilities arrived safely at the project’s Bladin Point onshore LNG facilities construction site. Mark Smedley

03 октября, 12:20

Amec Wins Role in Australia's Ichthys

  • 0

UK-based contractor Amec Foster Wheeler said October 3 it has been awarded a consultancy contract by Japan’s Inpex, for the Ichthys LNG project offshore northern Australia.Amec will provide a team of production and maintenance assessors to carry out competency assessments for the Ichthys operations and maintenance teams across all project assets. This includes the central processing facility, the floating production vessel (FPSO), and Bladin Point LNG two-train onshore processing plant near Darwin. Assessments will be aligned to Australian national competency standards for the process industry.Inpex operates Ichthys. Partners include Total, along with five Japanese firms Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Chubu Electric, Toho Gas, Kansai Electric and Taiwan’s CPC. They took the US$34bn final investment decision on the venture on January 13 2012 and awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to the JKC joint venture of Japan’s JGC, Chiyoda and US firm KBR. Production from Ichthys is scheduled to start in 2017; it will have export capacity of 8.94mn mt/yr LNG, 1.66mn mt/yr LPG, and 104,000 b/d condensates at peak.Layout of the Ichthys project (Photo credit: Total)Early in September the final three of 230 modules needed to build the project’s onshore processing facilities arrived safely at the project’s Bladin Point onshore LNG facilities construction site. Mark Smedley

03 октября, 12:20

Amec Wins Role in Australia's Ichthys

  • 0

UK-based contractor Amec Foster Wheeler said October 3 it has been awarded a consultancy contract by Japan’s Inpex, for the Ichthys LNG project offshore northern Australia.Amec will provide a team of production and maintenance assessors to carry out competency assessments for the Ichthys operations and maintenance teams across all project assets. This includes the central processing facility, the floating production vessel (FPSO), and Bladin Point LNG two-train onshore processing plant near Darwin. Assessments will be aligned to Australian national competency standards for the process industry.Inpex operates Ichthys. Partners include Total, along with five Japanese firms Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Chubu Electric, Toho Gas, Kansai Electric and Taiwan’s CPC. They took the US$34bn final investment decision on the venture on January 13 2012 and awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to the JKC joint venture of Japan’s JGC, Chiyoda and US firm KBR. Production from Ichthys is scheduled to start in 2017; it will have export capacity of 8.94mn mt/yr LNG, 1.66mn mt/yr LPG, and 104,000 b/d condensates at peak.Layout of the Ichthys project (Photo credit: Total)Early in September the final three of 230 modules needed to build the project’s onshore processing facilities arrived safely at the project’s Bladin Point onshore LNG facilities construction site. Mark Smedley