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IOCs seek Independent Water Facilities

By John Lee. International oil companies (IOCs) in southern Iraq are seeking to push ahead with their own water injection facilities to meet production targets, according to a report from Platts. Malaysia’s Petronas, operator of the Gharraf [Garraf] oil field, is the latest to ask the Ministry of Oil for permission to build a standalone […]

Will CH2M Hill Replace Exxon in Water-Injection Project?

By John Lee. According to press reports, Iraq’s South Oil Company (SOC) has awarded CH2M Hill a $170 million consultancy contract for the water injection project in the country’s southern oil fields, replacing ExxonMobil. Al Bawaba quotes SOC Director General, Dhia Jaafar, as saying: “The South Oil Company has selected CH2M Hill to offer consultancy […]

PetroChina Invites 7 Contractors to Bid for Halfaya

PetroChina has invited seven contractors to submit the bidding documents for engineering, procurement and construction work on the first phase of development at the Halfaya oilfield in Iraq in the first week of 2011, the Norway-based energy newspaper Upstream has reported. The report said the companies invited to participate in the tender include the UK-listed […]