Brazilian state oil company Petrobras is the owner and operator of the field
It is one of the largest fields in Russia by oil reserves, called the Pearl of Western Siberia.
The field is located in 1 300 m of water in the Norwegian Sea, 300 km west of Sandnessjøen. Its floating platform is higher than the Eiffel tower.
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The end of the life of the ﬁeld occurs when it is no longer economic for the operator to continue production, and consequently the wells will be plugged and abandoned
Drilling into overpressured strata can be hazardous because overpressured fluids escape rapidly, so careful preparation is made in areas of known overpressure.
The oil field is located 76 km southwest of Iranian Kharg Island in the Persian Gulf.
It ´s one of the largest gas condensate fields in Azerbaijan
It is possible to mix the ANG and CNG technology to reach an increased capacity of natural gas storage
Akkuyu NPP is the first Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in Turkey and the biggest project in the history of Russian-Turkish relations.
In 2020, the previously known as I-P-2 block was renamed into a subsoil site Al-Farabi
Ammonia is a unique pungent gas that has been consumed enormously worldwide, according to the production of ammonia of more than 100 million tons per year
The Amur Gas Chemical Complex (GCC) project is set to house one of the world's largest and most advanced polymer production facilities
The progressing age of the rock strata towards the core and uplifted center, are the trademark indications for evidence of anticlines on a geologic map.
API stands for the American Petroleum Institute, which is the major United States trade association for the oil and natural gas industry.
The API 2 price assessment is the benchmark price reference for coal imported to northwest Europe. It is calculated as an average of the Argus cif ARA price assessment and the IHS McCloskey NW Europe Steam Coal marker.
it is a trans-regional gas export pipeline in the Middle East, built to carry natural gas from Egypt to Jordan, Syria and Lebanon.
The technology, dubbed Arctic Cascade, uses a 2-stage process to liquefy gas using the ambient low temperatures in the Arctic.
The project will be a major step for the Russian LNG market. In 2018 Russia was responsible for 8% of the global LNG market; the country aim to increase that to 20% by 2035.