The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will soon produce enough gas to become energy self-sufficient, according to a poll of oil and gas professionals conducted at the ADIPEC Exhibition and Conference in Abu Dhabi.

Weatherford International has opened a multimillion-dollar facility in Singapore which will provide a strategic base for the company’s operations within the Asia Pacific region.

Gazprom is finally bringing northwestern Siberia gas field on stream. Production at the massive Bovanenkovo gas field located on the Yamal Peninsula will be ramped up gradually to a level of 115 million m3 a year in 2017, an amount that corresponds to 23 % of Gazprom’s current annual gas production.

Western Australia will allow a joint venture of Buru Energy and Mitsubishi to develop five gas resources in the Canning Basin.

The Czech Republic may secure a strategic stake in the TAL oil pipeline which would be an opportunity to book priority capacity in the pipeline that is its major alternative to the rapidly drying Russian Druzhba.

Fluor Corp. announced that Shell has awarded the company a five-year enterprise framework agreement for engineering and project management services for Shell’s downstream, and potentially, upstream onshore projects in Europe, Africa and the Middle East (EAME). Fluor will provide design, project and construction management, home-office and site-based engineering services.

Rigzone reports that Iraq has signed a multimillion-dollar deal with South Korea's KOGAS that will set in motion the building of two key gas pipelines in the country's north - the latest step by Baghdad to refurbish dilapidated infrastructure.

Vallourec’s full-service welding subsidiary Serimax was commissioned by Technip to provide services for the Ubarana – UGG project operated by Petrobras, off the coast of Fortaleza in northwest Brazil.

Grup Servicii Petroliere S.A. (GSP) was awarded the contract for pipelay and trenching services for the Hunter Pipeline replacement project by E.ON E&P UK Ltd. in the southern North Sea.

Wood Group Kenny company MSi Kenny was awarded a contract by Gazprom Avtomatizatsiya to provide a modeling subsystem for the Portovaya compressor station on the Russian coast of the Baltic Sea.

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