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Total goes West for greenfield Texas Gulf Coast Ethylene project

Total Petrochemicals mulls over Port Arthur new cracker The French major company Total is looking West side of Atlantic for the expansion of its petrochemical activities with a greenfield ethylene cracker to be added on its existing Texas Port Arthur complex in USA. As most of the international oil companies (IOCs) Total is looking to take …

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Cheniere got Sabine Pass LNG Trains 5 and 6 FERC approval

Cheniere in route for Sabine Pass Stage-3 in Louisiana The Houston-based independent company Cheniere Energy Partners LLC (Cheniere) took a leap to develop its liquefied natural gas (LNG) Sabine Pass Stage-3 project in receiving the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approval for the construction of the Sabine Pass LNG Trains 5 and 6 at its …

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BASF to build new world-scale Methane-To-Propylene complex

BASF selected US Texas Freeport for greenfield MTO The German chemical giant BASF SE (BASF) has selected its Freeport existing site on the Texas US Gulf Coast to build a greenfield Methane-To-Olefins (MTO) complex  based on the critical  methane-to-propylene (MTP)  conversion. While the Bundestag, the German Parliament, continues to debate about the opportunity to allow or …

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Statoil and ExxonMobil accumulate discoveries in Tanzania Block-2

Statoil celebrates Mdalasini-1 – Block-2 eighth success The Norwegian national oil company (NOC) Statoil and its partner the international oil company (IOC) ExxonMobil scored their eighth discovery in the Block-2 offshore gas fields concession in Tanzania on the East Africa. Following the successful discoveries of large gas fields in Mozambique, the East Africa coast is delivering …

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