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 91 2 / 8 / 2010  BP
 Static Kill Injectivity Testing on MC252 Well Expected Tuesday. During final preparations to commence with the injectivity test, a small hydraulic leak was discovered in the capping stack hydraulic control system. The injectivity test, previously announced to take place today, will be rescheduled until the leak is repaired.

Oil - North America
United-States - Exploration - Maintenance - BP
 92 30 / 7 / 2010  Inpex
 New CO2 Capture Technology from Natural Gas, called High Pressure Acid Gas Capture Technology (HiPACT) in 2004. INPEX, JGC and BASF to Perform Demonstration Tests.

Natural gas - International
 - GHG - Technology - Inpex
 93 28 / 7 / 2010  Eni
 Eni starts up onshore oil production from Arcadia field in Egypt, located in the historical Meleiha Concession. To fully develop the new discovery, four more wells will be drilled in 2010 and 2011, to produce up to approximately 3000 boe/day.

Oil - Africa
Egypt - Production - Commissioning - Eni
 94 26 / 7 / 2010  Anadarko
 Anadarko Announces Discovery Offshore Ghana at the Owo prospect in the Deepwater Tano Block. Anadarko holds an 18-percent working interest in the Deepwater Tano Block. Tullow Oil is the operator with a 49.95-percent working interest.

Oil - Africa
Ghana - Discovery -  - Anadarko
 95 25 / 7 / 2010  Rasgas
 RasGas supplies first Qatari LNG to Brazil. The LNG cargo was loaded on to the Express, Petrobras' short-term chartered LNG vessel, at Ras Laffan Port in northern Qatar, and is bound for either Pecem LNG Terminal in the north-eastern state of Ceara or Guanabara Bay LNG Terminal in Rio de Janeiro.

Natural gas - Middle East
Qatar - LNG - Trade - Rasgas
 96 22 / 7 / 2010  ConocoPhillips
 ConocoPhillips Cancels Wilhelmshaven Refinery Upgrade. Due to cancelation of the upgrade project, the company expects to recognize a non-cash asset impairment of approximately $1.1 billion after tax in its second quarter financial results.

Oil - Western Europe
Germany - Refinery - Delay - ConocoPhillips
 97 21 / 7 / 2010  Chevron
 New Oil Spill Containment System to Protect Gulf of Mexico Planned by Major Oil Companies (Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil and Shell). The new system will be engineered to be used in deepwater depths up to 10,000 feet and have initial capacity to contain 100,000 barrels per day with potential for expansion. The companies have committed $1 billion to fund the initial costs of the system.

Oil - International
 - Exploration - Maintenance - Chevron
 98 20 / 7 / 2010  Eni
 Eni in Azerbaijan to discuss CNG transport. The topics discussed included a possible come back of Eni to the upstream sector in Azerbaijan and the CNG (compressed natural gas) project, a plan that would permit the transport and transit of several billion cubic meters of Turkmen gas across the Caspian Sea to the coast of Azerbaijan, from where it would be transported through an overland pipeline to other destinations.

Natural gas - FSU
Azerbaijan - CNG - Project - Eni
 99 20 / 7 / 2010  BP
 BP Signs North America and Egypt Asset Deals with Apache. Several agreements to sell upstream assets in the United States, Canada and Egypt to Apache Corporation. The deals, together worth a total of $7 billion, comprise BP’s Permian Basin assets in Texas and south-east New Mexico, US; its Western Canadian upstream gas assets; and the Western Desert business concessions and East Badr El-din exploration concession in Egypt. The decision to make these divestments follows the announcement made by BP last month that it was increasing its target for divestments to $10 billion. The proceeds of the sales will be used by BP to increase the cash available to the group.

Oil - International
 - Production - Finance - BP
 100 19 / 7 / 2010  Sasol
 Sasol announces the award of a joint application with Statoil ASA and Chesapeake Energy Corporation. The TCP covers an area of approximately 88,000km2, primarily located in the Free State and also covering areas in the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal. The permit awards the applicants the exclusive right to study the prospectivity for shale gas in the Karoo Basin for a period of up to 12 months, but does not include any surface activity or drilling.

Natural gas - Africa
South-Africa - Unconventional - Project - Sasol
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