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Worley has been delivering engineering and project management services to the global hydrocarbons industry for over sixty years. Our full-scope global project services span the entire asset lifecycle from the initial conceptual phase of major greenfield developments to ongoing asset services and brownfield modifications projects. Our capability and experience spans all oil and gas extraction and processing facility types and our global coverage enables us to provide comprehensive services to our customers wherever we are needed.

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BHP keen on more copper, nickel sulphide and oil

By: Esmarie Iannucci     22nd May 2019 Mining major BHP on Wednesday laid out its near-term plans for investors, saying that the company would look to add “options” in copper, nickel sulphides and oil. Speaking to investors, CFO Peter Beaven that BHP analysed a number of scenarios to ensure that the company’s portfolio was resilient... 

Worley’s ESD initiative a testimony to positive transformation

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th May 2019 Launched in 2013, the WorleyParsons Enterprise Supplier Development (now Worley Enterprise Supplier Development) initiative supports meaningful transformation of the southern Africa economy by providing tangible opportunities for small businesses to prosper and expand. As the initiative matures,... 

Worley creating a force for the future of resources and energy 

By: Martin Creamer     7th May 2019 Following the announcement in October 2018 of WorleyParsons' binding offer for Jacobs' Energy, Chemicals and Resources, the combined new entity has come together under a new brand – Worley – involving 57 600 people across 51 countries. While financially a $3.2-billion acquisition, operationally... 

South Sudan says agrees oil exploration deal with South Africa

By: Reuters     6th May 2019 South Sudan and South Africa will sign a production sharing agreement for an untapped exploration block in the East African country, whose production has been hampered by civil war, South Sudan's petroleum ministry said on Monday. The Exploration Production Sharing Agreement for Block B2 will be... 

ExxonMobil acquires more exploration acreage off Namibian coast

By: Nadine James     25th April 2019 US oil giant ExxonMobil will increase its exploration acreage in Namibia by about 28 000 km2 following the signing of an agreement with the Namibian government and State-owned National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (Namcor) for blocks 1710 and 1810, and farm-in agreements for blocks 1711 and... 

South Sudan invites investment in agriculture, mining, oil

By: Marleny Arnoldi     24th April 2019 Since its official independence from Sudan in 2011, South Sudan has ripened the environment for investment in the country, which was apparent when the country’s Ministers on Wednesday met with South African investors and businesspersons during a roadshow, in Sandton, to discuss investment... 

India’s reformed oil, gas E&P policy to come into play in June/July

By: Ajoy K Das     15th April 2019 India’s reformed oil and gas exploration policy will come into force when the next round of bidding for blocks kicks off in June/July, the sector regulator has announced. “Parameters of the new policy reforms shall apply from Open Acreage Licensing Policy IV onwards,” a notification from the... 

Brulpadda field unlikely to support a globally competitive chemicals industry, more exploration needed – experts

By: Marleny Arnoldi     12th April 2019 Energy veterans Stephen Clark and Wikus van Niekerk, with Jim Petrie and Dave Wright, have unpacked finer details of Total’s Brulpadda gasfield discovery, estimating its likely size, potential development and broader impact on South Africa’s hydrocarbon fuel security. Total entered into the... 

Vedanta announces oil discovery at its Bay of Bengal block

By: Ajoy K Das     28th March 2019 Resource major Vedanta on Wednesday announced an oil discovery in its Krishna-Godavari block in the Bay of Bengal along the eastern Indian coastline. The company earlier established a discovery of natural gas at the same block. 

Sasol donates $250 000 to those hit by tropical cyclone Idai

By: African News Agency      22nd March 2019 Sasol on Thrsday committed to donate $250 000, or about R3.56-million, for the relief and support of communities that have been severely affected by the tropical cyclone Idai in Beira and Dondo in Sofala province of Mozambique. This will also be provided to other impacted areas in Inhambane... 

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