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Italy's ERG and Shell to Develop LNG Terminal
Construction of the 8 bcm capacity LNG regasification terminal in Sicily is scheduled to begin in 2007 and be operational in 2010.

02.03.2005, 18:56

Roxar, TNK-BP Sign Deal
TNK-BP buys Roxar reservoir management and production optimization software for engineering R&D.;

02.03.2005, 18:45

ChevronTexaco Announces First Condensate
ChevronTexaco Corp. has announced first condensate production from the Sanha Field in Angola.

02.03.2005, 18:33

ExxonMobil Sells Sinopec Stake
ExxonMobil has completed the sale of its 3.7 percent stake in China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation(Sinopec.)

02.03.2005, 18:25

BJ Services Wins Cementing Contract
Marathon Petrolum Company has contracted with BJ Services for cementing services for a number of its wells offshore Norway.

02.03.2005, 18:19
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Russia’s Gas Production in 2004 Grows by 2.8 Percent

Russia’s gas production in 2004 totaled 633.95 bcm, posting a 2.8-percent annual growth. In December 2004, Russian companies produced 58.99 bcm of gas. The natural gas monopolist, Gazprom, produced 544.4 bcm of gas last year (50.23 bcm in December), which is a 0.8-percent increase over 2003. Russia’s vertically-integrated oil companies produced 44.87 bcm of gas in 2004 (4.14 bcm in December). Surgutneftegaz topped the list of gas producers among the vertical oil major, totaling 14.3 bcm (1.28 bcm in December), Rosneft was second with 9.37 bcm (850.3 mcm in December), ÒNK-BP followed with 8.0 bcm (766.6 mcm). Other oil and gas companies produced 44.37 bcm of gas last year (4.6 bcm in December) against 35.67 bcm in 2003.

20.01.2005, 14:52

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