Chevron’s Ubon wet gas development in Thailand is undeterred by the civil unrest in Bangkok. Chevron has called for a pre-bid meeting in the city to five shortlisted contenders - SHI, DSME, McDermott, MMHE and SMOE. 32 more words
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After January submission of technical bids, Abu Dhabi’s local contractor NPCC and three South Korean giants as well as Petrofac, Technip and Fluor remain the competitors for the full field Nasr oilfield development, which comprises the $800m EPC1, $1.4 bn EPC2 and a third package EPC3, while J Ray McDermott and Australia’s Leighton Offshore both indicated that they were limiting their role to working as subcontractors to the eventual main EPC contractors.
How the latest fire detection and extinguishing systems are improving safety in hydrocarbon storage.
When Korean company Daewoo Engineering & Construction were building 16 hydrocarbon storage tanks for ADNOC at Musafa Terminal – Inter Refinery Pipeline in Abu Dhabi, they demanded the most technically advanced fire detection and extinguishing systems. 342 more words
That dream has now been realized by a couple of British blokes, who ran up a $50,000 bill at work while creating an adult-sized Cozy Coupe out of a Daewoo Matiz. 225 more words
Indicators have started to emerge into how the reformed Chinese sector might look, writes Gary Li, IHS Maritime senior analyst in Beijing
Following the Chinese government’s announcement in August 2013 of reforms in the shipbuilding sector to try to make it more competitive over the next three years, indicators have started to emerge of what this will look like. 299 more words