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HyGear unit of Canada’s Xebec commissions hydrogen generation system for Turkish TAYRAS’ used lubricant oil re-refinery
Nigeria LNG (NLNG) has formally begun work on the Train 7 project, which is slated to expand the consortium’s total production capacity to 30mn tonnes per year.
Sonatrach, the national oil company (NOC) of Algeria, reported at the weekend that it had taken the Skikda LNG plant offline on June 11.
Karmol, a 50:50 joint venture between Karpowership (Turkey) and Mitsui OSK Lines (Japan), has completed the delivery of a marine LNG import terminal to Senegal.
Italy’s Eni says it is on track to launch the Coral South LNG project offshore Mozambique next year, despite the violence that has slowed down TotalEnergies’ plans for development of gas reserves.
Saudi Aramco sells 49% stake in Aramco Oil Pipelines for $12.4bn to international investor consortium
As government claims it has sprung into action with a disaster management plan, scientist says: “The Sea of Marmara died in 1989. What we see is the decay of a corpse.”
According to an advisor to Nigeria's President Buhari, Abuja wants to authorise and regulate small-scale oil-processing operations.
The Nigeria LNG (NLNG) consortium revealed last week that it had signed supply deals with three local companies.
Nigeria’s government is sponsoring plans for the establishment of hundreds of small-scale LNG distribution centres across the country.