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Gazprom has launched a new satellite into space, the Yamal-401, to boost its Yamal satellite communication system used to coordinate oil and gas operations across Russia and the world’s Eastern Hemisphere
17th December 2014

The satellite was launched on Thursday using a Proton-M carrier rocket built on the request of Gazprom Space Systems. Yamal-401 will join the Yamal satellite communication system, which includes the...
Saudi Aramco-ExxonMobil refining joint venture completes desulphurisation project
11th December 2014

The SAMREF partnership, which is celebrating 30 years of joint refining operations, demonstrates the long-term collaboration and progress towards meeting the energy needs of Saudi Arabia’s growing economy...
DNV GL introduces subsea lifting regulations following joint industry project
1st December 2014

The recommended practice developed by DNV GL provides guidance on the proper design and correct operation, as well as regular inspection and maintenance, of subsea cranes and lifting appliances. The aim is...
26th November 2014

Seabox will lead a Joint Industry Project (JIP) with Az ACG Ltd ( an affiliate of Socar, the estate oil company of Azerbaijan), Suncor, SIPCO, two oil majors, and with the support of The Research Council of Norway, that will bring advanced subsea water treatment one step closer to full scale field development
21st November 2014

UOP, a Honeywell company, has had one of its leading scientists presented with the National Medal of Technology and Innovation by US president Barack Obama - prolific inventor created technologies used globally for cleaner-burning fuels and environmental remediation
18th November 2014

The Russian National Committee for UNEP (UNEPCOM) has endorsed an initiative of Rosneft and the Russian Geographical Society to develop a programme for comprehensive Arctic research