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What is CLOV? It is how the 4th development of the Block 17 was named, it is a deep offshore development run by Total near the Angolan sea. CLOV stands for the 4 oil fields’names (Cravo, Lirio, Orquidea and Violeta) which are 381km² lenght (around 3 times the size of Paris). The project was launched in 2010 (passing contractors with the subcontractors in charge of the manufacturing and the establishment). Underwater equipment for the production and storage platform were manufactured a few month after and it was in June 2014 that CLOV has begun its production. A production which will, at least, last 20 years. CLOV is designed to export all the gas to a liquefaction plant onshore in Angola. This “Zero Fla
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Angolan state oil company Sonangol has cut output by 78,000 barrels per day to (bpd) to 1.673 million bpd as part of an OPEC agreement to lower supply from Jan. 1. The announcement by Sonangol follows a deal reached by OPEC members to reduce production by 1.2 million barrels a day from January in a bid to reverse a slump in global oil prices. The deal comes into effect despite Angola’s dire economic straits caused by a slump in crude oil prices. Angola is Africa’s largest oil producer—having … READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2017/01/08/angola-trims-oil-production-after-opec-agreement Africanews is a new pan-African media pioneering multilingual and independent news telling expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subscribe on ourYoutube channel : https://www.youtube.com/c/africanews Afr...
For decades, presidents, drug smugglers and criminals have used a Panamanian law firm to hide their accounts and valuables. This is revealed in documents reviewed by media partners around the. The second instalment of the Panama Chronicles takes an in-depth look at the offshore legal firm whose data was hacked and its founders. It also speculates on who could have stolen the information,. An entrepreneur charged with managing the oil wealth of the struggling African state of Angola was paid more than $41m in just 20 months, leaked documents reveal. David Grossman reports with.
#oilwire - Sparrows Group has signed a three-year contract with Total to supply crane maintenance and engineering services at four of the operator’s assets in Angola. The agreement will see the company implement planned maintenance routines as well as delivering all major preventative maintenance, and associated engineering for Total across its Floating Production Storage Offloading (FPSO) units in Block 17. A total of 14 cranes will be serviced as part of the work scope. Sparrows has provided the services since 2010 where prior to that they delivered ad-hoc maintenance and design scopes related to the field for a number of years. The new deal will protect existing jobs in both Aberdeen and Angola as the company’s bases in both regions will work in collaboration on the project.
Promotional film for Technip's umbilical division including project management, planning and storyboard/script development. The project included management of an external video production company and filming in the UK, US & Angola. The aim - highlight the quality of people at TUS - reinforce global coverage and team spirit - demonstrate quality leadership and attract & retain the best talent.
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