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RWE Connects Solar Farm To UK Grid

SOURCE: RWE | 30 October 2014

RWE Supply & Trading today announces the successful connection of the 37MWp solar power plant at Kencot Hill to the UK grid. The solar park has been constructed and commissioned by global downstream company Conergy.

Statoil Sanctions Stampede

SOURCE: Statoil | 30 October 2014

Statoil together with co-owners in the Stampede development in the Gulf of Mexico today announced it has sanctioned this project.

KBR Partnership Awarded FEED Contract For Tangguh LNG Expansion Project

SOURCE: KBR | 30 October 2014

KBR, Inc. (NYSE: KBR) announced today that its joint venture partnership with PT Rekayasa Industri, JGC Corporation and PT JGC Indonesia, the RJK JV, has been awarded the onshore front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract by BP for a third liquefaction train at the Tangguh LNG Project in West Papua province, Indonesia.

Dominion Begins Construction Activities For Cove Point LNG Export Project

SOURCE: Dominion | 30 October 2014

Dominion (NYSE: D) has begun construction-related activities for the Cove Point Liquefied Natural Gas Export project, one of the largest private investments ever in Maryland and one designed to deliver significant economic and environmental benefits.

Petrofac Secures Further Contract Extension At Al Fao

SOURCE: Petrofac | 30 October 2014

Petrofac has secured a second contract extension from South Oil Company (SOC) for support on its Iraq Crude Oil Expansion Project.

ABB To Provide Cable Solution For Offshore Wind Connection In Germany

SOURCE: ABB | 29 October 2014

ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has won a significant order from the Dutch-German transmission grid operator TenneT to design, engineer, supply and install an Alternating Current (AC) power transmission cable system that will connect Butendiek, an offshore wind farm in the German North Sea, to the HVDC (high voltage direct current) converter platform SylWin alpha.

P-66 Platform Modules To Be Shipped To Integrating Shipyard

SOURCE: Petrobras News Agency | 29 October 2014

The P-66 platform’s first modules, built at the Tomé Ferrostaal Consortium’s Module Plant located at the Port of Maceió, Alagoas, are now ready and loaded on the São Tomé barge. The oil processing module (M08) and the oil processing and produced water treatment module (M10) will be taken on the barge to the Brasfels Shipyard in Angra dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro.

Technip Wins Substantial Subsea Contract For Bangka Development In Indonesia

SOURCE: Technip | 29 October 2014

Technip was awarded a substantial(1) subsea contract by Chevron Indonesia for the Bangka Development, located in Rapak PSC area, approximately 70km offshore the province of East Kalimantan, Indonesia.

BASF To Increase Production Capacity For Tertiary Butylamine Plant In Nanjing, China

SOURCE: BASF | 28 October 2014

BASF will expand the production capacity of its existing world-scale production plant for tertiary Butylamine (tBA) at the Nanjing Chemical Industry Park in China. The company plans to increase the existing production capacity by 60 percent, from 10,000 tons to 16,000 tons per year. The expansion is expected to come on stream in early 2015, subject to regulatory approval.

World’s First Subsea Wet Gas Compressor One Step Closer To Gullfaks

SOURCE: Statoil | 28 October 2014

The world’s first subsea wet gas compressor station is now ready for the final testing at Horsøy outside Bergen before being prepared for installation and hook-up to Gullfaks C in 2015.