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« Reply #1320 on: May 24, 2012, 12:08:13 AM »

http://www.amigoe.com/english/112186-possible-collaboration-aruba-and-british-guyana-
Edit to add article date.  MB Tuesday, 22 May 2012 11:27

ORANJESTAD — Aruba seeks collaboration with British Guyana as regards extraction and exploration of gas and oil. Minister of Energy, Mike de Meza (AVP) announced this yesterday during the weekly press conference of the Council of Ministers.Minister De Meza and a delegation left for Guyana last Thursday and returned on Friday. In British Guyana the Aruban delegation met with Minister Robert Persaud of Natural Materials and Environment and with Premier Sam Hinds. “We discussed the exploration of oil and gas but also sustainable energy. British Guyana has huge problems with their electricity distribution. Fact is that countries keep an eye on our work in this field.”

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Repsol

Drillings for gas and oil are currently performed on land but also along the coast of British Guyana. The drillings are at an advanced stage and the prospects are very positive, said De Meza. “This information is very interesting for Aruba because for two years we’ve been negotiating with energy companies on the exploration of gas in our waters. We are now only negotiating with the Spanish energy giant Repsol”, said De Meza. If the parliament approves the project the first seismographic tests in the territorial waters of Aruba will take place at the beginning of the first quarter next year.

 North of Aruba

According to the minister, there is special interest for the northern part of Aruba; an area extended over 200 miles with a deep sea-floor. After the team has interpreted the results of the two-dimensional tests, three-dimensional tests in specific zones will be done shortly afterwards. These will be followed by exploratory drillings and hopefully we’ll find oil or gas. “We assuming more gas will be found than oil”, said De Meza.

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« Reply #1321 on: May 26, 2012, 09:22:14 PM »

http://www.amigoe.com/aruba/112700-consternatie-over-berichtgeving-petrochina

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Consternation about reports Petro China
Saturday, May 26, 2012 10:09

ORANGE CITY - Coverage in Asian media, in which Jiang Jiemin CEO denies knowing of a deal with the Valero Aruba refinery here has led to controversy. For example, yesterday by parliamentarian Booshi Weaver States submitted Questions about the future of the oil refinery in San Nicolas. In addition, the MP Minister of Finance, Utilities, Communications & Energy Mike de Meza (AVP) to a quotation from Brazil who would lie on the table.

In the article that caused the fuss, says Petro China CEO Jiemin last Wednesday that he was "unaware of any deal" but that the purchase of the Valero refinery in Aruba is something where the company might be looking at. In early May Reuters had yet know that Petro China has expressed interest to the refinery for $ 350 million to buy. The CEO showed Wednesday know this year will focus on storage and refining capabilities in North, Central and South America as part of a plan for an overseas operation center to set up. Allows the company wants to trade with this part of the world promoting. Since last year, PetroChina, the largest producer of crude oil in the world. The minister earlier this week showed Meza still know that the negotiations between Valero and PetroChina have ended in a final stage. "The icing on the cake," said De Meza. The Daily Herald this morning managed not to get in contact with the Minister for a response.
 
MOU
In his Questions to the States Meza Weaver asked for clarification on the ruling of CEO Jiemin. He also asks for clarification on the contents of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Aruban government and PetroChina. The MOU would be Wever already been received by the ASF fraction. The opposition is devoid of information that could be decisive for the outcome of negotiations with PetroChina, said the parliamentarian. The Chamber of Commerce was previously called on the government to openness about the contents of the MOU. Chamber president Jamal Khan Mahawat will not publish the agreement, not transparent, so he let know.
 
Brazil
Furthermore, Wever in his report states require a company from Brazil - Petrobras not, he points out - that an offer would have given at the refinery. According to Weaver, this offer is not taken into account. The parliamentarian would like more information about Minister De Meza. Morning newspaper Bon Dia wrote yesterday about a possible deal with the Venezuelan company PDVSA.  ::snipping2::
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« Reply #1322 on: June 20, 2012, 10:52:44 PM »

http://www.amigoe.com/english/116195-gas-under-curacao-waters

‘Gas under Curaçao waters’       
Tuesday, 19 June 2012 11:35
 
WILLEMSTAD — There’s natural gas under the territorial waters of Curaçao, Minister Charles Cooper (Traffic, Transport and Regional Planning, MAN) declared before radio station Z86 this afternoon.According to the minister, the petroleum law that is to form the legal framework for the exploration of natural gas and petroleum under the territorial waters of Curaçao is ready and was sent to the various advisory organs.

Cooper doesn’t preclude there is petroleum on Curaçao but emphasized this was certainly the case regarding natural gas. For that reason, he is very positive about the economic prospects for Curaçao. This natural gas is located at a great depth under the sea and it’ll involve a substantial amount to get it to the surface.

The minister also indicated that the entire process of the available concessions, exploration of natural gas and petroleum and eventually the exploitation would take approximately four to five years.   ::snipping2::
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« Reply #1323 on: August 07, 2012, 11:55:25 PM »

http://arubaherald.com/politics/3105-prime-minister-eman-we-are-confident-of-a-positive-decision-by-petrochina-.html

Prime Minister Eman: We are confident of a positive decision by PetroChina
Tuesday, 07 August 2012 08:55

Minister President Mike Eman was present during the meeting between Minister of Finance and Energy, Mike de Meza with Valero executives.
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He explained that both the government and Valero are awaiting a decision by PetroChina. "Naturally we know that this cannot last an eternity, that is why we are all very interested in a rapid manner to get clarity on what decision will be taken in Beijing," Eman stated. He added that everything indicates that PetroChina's decision will be positive. Valero executives have also expressed that they are optimistic that PetroChina will come forward to purchase the refinery. A decision is expected in the next few weeks.

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« Reply #1324 on: August 09, 2012, 12:23:04 AM »

http://www.amigoe.com/english/122900-petrochina-awaits-approval-beijing

Petrochina awaits approval Beijing       
Tuesday, 7 August 2012 11:49 

ORANJESTAD — The principle agreement between the American oil company Valero and the Chinese state-owned company Petrochina on the purchase of the refinery on Aruba is finalized. Petrochina now awaits approval from Beijing. Premier Mike Eman (AVP) stated the aforementioned after conversations with executives from Valero late last week.The premier described the principle agreement between Valero and Petrochina, which is not the same as the MOU between Petrochina and Aruba, as ‘phase one’ of the selling process. The second phase is the approval of the agreement and the final decision to take over the refinery from Valero. This approval could take a while, said Minister of Finance, Utilities, Communication & Energy, Mike de Meza (AVP).
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« Reply #1325 on: August 17, 2012, 12:51:57 PM »

http://www.amigoe.com/english/124073-billion-dollar-lawsuit-against-the-refinery

Billion dollar lawsuit against the refinery       
Thursday, 16 August 2012 12:04
 
ORANJESTAD — A group of concerned citizens want to press charges again the refinery in San Nicolas because of pollution and damaging consequences to health. Lawyer John Zara, who says the group hired him, speaks of the ‘billion dollar lawsuit against the refinery’.
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At this moment, the refinery is still in the hands of the American company Valero. Spokesperson Bill Day stated this morning he wasn’t informed of the plans for the lawsuit.
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« Reply #1326 on: September 02, 2012, 08:17:23 PM »

http://arubaherald.com/local/3320-valero-to-continue-operations-as-transshipment-company.html

Valero to continue operations as transshipment company
Sunday, 02 September 2012 17:40

Valero suspended refinery operations in May 2012 and there are strong indications that Valero will continue operations on Aruba as a transshipment company. The refinery's location can benefit much of the traffic of petrol in regional waters and investments in the tanks as well as expansion thereof, can have a positive impact on the island's economy. The government is still pending a decision on an eventual purchase by PetroChina, which is expected to be working together with Venezuela's PdVSA should they purchase the refinery on Aruba.  ::snipping2::
 
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« Reply #1327 on: September 04, 2012, 11:05:39 PM »

http://arubaherald.com/local/3328-valero-energy-to-convert-aruba-refinery-to-terminalling-operation.html

Valero Energy to Convert Aruba Refinery to Terminalling Operation
Monday, 03 September 2012 11:04

Valero Refining Company-Aruba N.V., a subsidiary of Valero Energy Corporation (NYSE: VLO), today notified employees of the Valero Aruba Refinery that Valero has decided to further reduce operations and reorganize the site as a refined products terminal.
 
"We believe that Aruba has the assets to compete as a world-scale crude and refined products terminal," said Valero Chairman and CEO Bill Klesse. "With both deepwater berths and smaller berths, the terminal will have the flexibility to load the very largest crude ships. In addition, the scale and mixture of tankage will permit commercially attractive storage opportunities for our customers. Aruba's proximity to growing markets and its business-friendly political environment make it an ideal location for our new terminal operations."

Terminalling activities will, however, require a considerably smaller workforce. The reorganization and reduction in workforce is expected to be complete before the end of 2012. Valero will continue to supply jet fuel, gasoline, diesel, and fuel oil to the island, as well as engage in third-party terminal services. In this terminal operations mode, Valero will continue to be a significant employer in Aruba, and will continue to invest in Aruba with facility improvements and dock and tankage upgrades.

Valero human resources representatives will begin meeting with refinery employees this week to explain the staffing selection for the terminal operations. A fair and reasonable arrangement will be presented to those employees not selected to be a part of the terminal operations. Valero will provide resources to assist in their transition to other employment.

Valero suspended refining operations at the plant in March and has maintained the refinery in a state that would allow a restart. Valero has also kept its employees on the payroll pending this decision. In the near term, the refinery will continue to be maintained in a state that would allow a restart should Valero be successful in the pursuit of alternatives for the refinery prior to the transition to terminal operations.
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« Reply #1328 on: November 16, 2012, 03:36:36 PM »

http://www.amigoe.com/english/135890-almost-400-valero-employees-definitely-without-a-job

Almost 400 Valero-employees definitely without a job
Thursday, 15 November 2012 14:25 

ORANJESTAD —Valero decided that yesterday was already the last day for most of the employees. The final date for the reorganization – through which more than 500 employees were forced to leave – was actually planned for today. The farewell had gone reasonably peaceful, according to labor union Iowua. Politicians from MEP and RED had come to hearten these employees.
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Anthony is informed that a delegation of the Venezuelan state-owned oil concern PDVSA arrived yesterday for an inspection of the refinery. This concern had come on several times for a possible partnership with Valero. The union leader was unable to report on the status of this renewed interest. “In a short while I will contact the director to discuss this.” If the refinery reopens within short, the employees who had left and signed for the dismissal package that the union had agreed with Valero will be given preferential treatment if personnel are needed. “In that case they are to earn the same salary as before.” The other group of employees that reached an agreement with Valero on their dismissal also has a similar arrangement. However, Anthony explained, that this return arrangement for the ‘union members’ is valid until November 2014, in other words the duration of the current cao (collective labor agreement). “Our say in the matter ends then.” When asked if the union leader believes the refinery will reopen soon – in view of the new interest of PDVSA – he replied: “Considering the process with Petrochina, which Valero and the government had done, I have become more cautious, but I remain positive.”

Closed for eight months
The American oil concern announced on September 3rd last that it will stop refining oil but will switch to transshipment and storage. Due to this reorganization more than 500 of the almost 600 employees are to leave. Attempts earlier this year to find a business or take over partner to restart the oil production, failed. After the production was halted in March, a take over by Petrochina seemed near at hand. The government signed a declaration of intent with the Chinese state-owned oil concern in April but the contents were never made public. Several months later the government hinted an agreement was close at hand, but the parties never reached an agreement. Valero never commented on a possible take over or partnership with Petrochina, or on negotiations with other companies. The refinery at San Nicolas has been closed now for approximately eight months.
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« Reply #1329 on: November 27, 2012, 12:53:02 AM »

http://www.amigoe.com/aruba/137095-valero-niet-meer-in-lng-project

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Valero no longer LNG project
Monday, November 26, 2012 8:56

ORANGE CITY - Valero no longer appears in the LNG project to sit. The American oil company was the leader of this project that millions of investment required. But since Valero announced that they are provisional only goes into storage and transshipment of oil and thus not reopen the refinery, the company does not anymore. The government, however, continues with the gas project.

By our reporter
Sharina Henriquez

This Energy Minister Mike de Meza (AVP) gezegt during the debate last week on the petroleum legislation to exploration for and exploitation of any oil and gas fields in the sea became possible.

In July, the government signed with the Dutch gas distributor and gas company GasUnie Anthony Veder a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The aim of this collaboration was further research into how LNG in Aruba can be used, how it gets here, and where it is stored. This study is the minister late last month completed and now followed by a second study that addresses more 'engineering and calculation of the costs. That report shall in April / May next year ready. Then we can decide if we go, what investments are required and how we do that, says De Meza. Views should be or WEB (Water and Energy would then production must shift from diesel to natural gas) and Utilities (including the overheidsnv WEB falls) with Gasunie and forms a partnership or also with feather there. With natural gas, the Parties according to the minister possibilities such as a fuel supplier for cruise increasingly switching to gas as a fuel and also for the traffic on our island. It also fits in with the policy of the Government to switch to cleaner energy sources.

The Minister emphasized in parliament that Gasunie and Anthony Veder have indicated they are not interested in selling gas to Aruba. It involves the distribution and knowledge sharing, says De Meza therewith criticism include the opposition wegwuifde. How and where the gas comes from, is also still an open question.  ::snipping2::  Aruba looks over to other countries such as Trinidad & Tobago and the USA as a possible future gas suppliers.
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« Reply #1331 on: December 03, 2012, 11:49:32 PM »

http://www.amigoe.com/english/137935-new-100-g-undersea-cable-links-aruba

New 100 G undersea cable links Aruba       
Sunday, 2 December 2012 15:30 

ORANJESTAD — A group of telecommunication companies, which included Setar, signed a contract last Thursday with which Aruba will be connected via the Pacific Caribbean Cable System. This expansion of capacity is due to a growing demand for online contact and digital TV.It regards a 100 G glass fiber cable of 6000 kilometers between Florida, US and Ecuador. With that the system also connects the islands of Tortola, Puerto Rico, Columbia (Cartagena), Panama (Maria Chiquita and Balboa), Curaçao and now Aruba. The contract was signed on Aruba also by telecommunication companies: Cable & Wireless Communications, Setar, Telconet, Telefónica Global Solutions and United Telecommunication Services (UTS).
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« Reply #1332 on: December 03, 2012, 11:54:01 PM »

http://aruba-daily.com/newspaper/?p=27957

The PCCS operators to boost fast broadband access in the Caribbean, Central and South America
Posted by Aruba Daily on December 1st, 2012

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Aruba, November 30, 2012 – A group of telecommunications operators consisting of Cable & Wireless Communications, Setar, Telconet, Telefónica a Global Solutions and United Telecommunication Services (UTS) has signed a turnkey contract with Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU)  to deploy the Pacific Caribbean Cable System (PCCS), a 100G submarine cable system linking Jacksonville, Florida to Manta, Ecuador.
 
The 6000km submarine cable system will strengthen digital links as demand grows rapidly throughout the Caribbean, Central and South America for online content such as tourism related services, sports coverage and digital TV. Work will start before the end of the year and commercial operations for the PCCS are scheduled to commence by the third quarter of 2014
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Roland Croes, Setar Director
 
“With this new cable system, Setar’s international network will be fully diversified and will have the capacity to provide our customers with all the speed they need. Our customers are constantly changing the way they are using their Internet connection, there fore Setar is committed to staying one step ahead of the trends in broadband service delivery.”
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« Reply #1333 on: December 05, 2012, 07:30:53 PM »

http://www.curacaochronicle.com/region/historic-contract-cap-and-repsol-for-exploration-oil-and-gas/

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« Reply #1334 on: December 05, 2012, 07:38:50 PM »

https://www.arubachamber.com/templates/kvk/view_extract.php?k=36047

Wednesday, December 05, 2012 08:26

 
Only valid if accordingly signed by the Aruba Chamber of Commerce & Industry - J.E. Irausquin Blvd. 10, Oranjestad, Aruba.

Appearing in the Trade Register of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in ARUBA since 16 MAY 2006 under serial number 34834.0 is the company with the tradename:

 
CAP COMPANIA ARUBANO DI PETROLEO

 
Business address   L.G. SMITH BLVD. 76, ORANJESTAD WEST
Legal form   LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
Name of the company   CAP COMPANIA ARUBANO DI PETROLEO N.V.
Statutory seat   ARUBA
Date of incorporation   15 MAY 2006
    
Authorized capital   ARUBAN FLORINS 100,000.00
Issued capital   ARUBAN FLORINS 20,000.00
Paid up capital   ARUBAN FLORINS 20,000.00
Fiscal year   01 JANUARY thru 31 DECEMBER
 
DIRECTORS - AUTHORIZED PERSONS AND CORPORATE BODIES - SUPERVISORY BOARD:
CURET, EDUARDO ARMANDO;
Born in   ARUBA, ARUBA on 11 DECEMBER 1950
Nationality   DUTCH
Position   MANAGING DIRECTOR
Effective   15 MAY 2006
Authority   RESTRICTED
 
OBJECTIVE(S) OF THE COMPANY
1. HET ONDERZOEKEN NAAR EN DE WINNING VAN PETROLEUM IN HET ZEEGEBIED ARUBA, ALSMEDE HET VERVULLEN EN UITVOEREN VAN BIJ DE PETROLEUMVERORDENING OPGEDRAGEN TAKEN;
2. HET (DOEN) OPSPOREN, HET (DOEN) ONTWIKKELEN EN/OF HET (DOEN) BEHEREN VAN PETROLEUMVOORKOMENS IN HET ZEEGEBIED;
3. HET DEELNEMEN IN EN HET VOEREN VAN BEHEER OVER ANDERE ONDERNEMINGEN, DIE EEN SOORTGELIJK DOEL VOEREN;
4. HET FINANCIEREN VAN DOCHTERMAATSCHAPPIJEN, GROEPSMAATSCHAPPIJEN, AFHANKELIJKE MAATSCHAPPIJEN EN DEELNEMINGEN, WAARONDER BEGREPEN HET INSTAAN VOOR SCHULDEN VAN DIE MAATSCHAPPIJEN EN DEELNEMINGEN.

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1. THE INVESTIGATIONS AND TO THE EXTRACTION OF PETROLEUM IN THE SEA ARUBA AND THE PERFORMANCE AND PERFORMANCE OF THE PETROLEUM REGULATION TASKS ASSIGNED;
2. THE (DO) DETECTION, THE (DO) DEVELOP AND / OR (DO) MANAGING IN THE MEDITERRANEAN PETROLEUMVOORKOMENS;
3. THE PARTICIPATING IN AND USE OF MANAGEMENT ON OTHER COMPANIES THAT A SIMILAR PURPOSE CARRY;
4. THE FINANCING OF SUBSIDIARIES, AFFILIATES, ASSOCIATED COMPANIES AND ASSOCIATES, INCLUDING THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR DEBTS OF COMPANIES AND ASSOCIATES.
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« Reply #1335 on: December 05, 2012, 07:41:56 PM »

Just in case...   

http://www.curacaochronicle.com/region/historic-contract-cap-and-repsol-for-exploration-oil-and-gas/

Published On: Wed, Dec 5th, 2012 Featured / Region | By AH

Historic Contract CAP And Repsol For Exploration Oil And Gas

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ORANJESTAD — At the Dr. Edward Cheung Center for Innovation, Compania Arubano di Petroleo (CAP) and the Spanish oil and gas company Repsol signed the contract on Tuesday December 4 for exploration of the Aruban seafloor for petroleum and natural gas. With this contract Repsol also has the exclusive right to exploit oil and gas found.

The contract was signed by Joseba Murrillas, director Exploration in Latin America for Repsol and CAP-director Armando Curet. Minister of Energy, Mike de Meza, and Premier Mike Eman (AVP) signed on behalf of the government. De Meza called the contract a ‘historic agreement’ that could mark a new future for our country.

The total costs for the exploration, which for that matter will be paid by Repsol, are estimated at 150 million dollars. This amount will be spent in phases and depending on the results of the previous phase, a decision will made on additional exploration. Expectations are that the first phase – two-dimensional seismic research – will start in the first half of next year. This phase will take several months. With a positive result further research will be done in certain selected areas. The costs, including analysis of the results, are approximately 10 million dollars. The initial research will be carried out in an area of 14,000 square kilometers, said Murrillas. The second phase with detailed three-dimensional seismic research will cost about 30 million dollars and could start in 2014. With a positive result the first exploratory drillings could start in 2016 or 2017, depending on the depth of the water on location. The costs for such will run up to 100 million dollars.

When oil or gas reserves are found during the exploration Repsol will start with the exploration and production phase in cooperation with and under supervision of CAP. This will start after 2020 at the earliest, according to the Spanish company. Although the discovery of oil or gas is far from certain, Repsol is very positive. “We’ve been successful in explorations the past five years”, said Murrillas. “We’ve discovered five gigantic reserves, which brought us to the top 10 of discoveries in the past years.” Moreover, the company is very active in the region with operations in Guyana, Trinidad, Venezuela and Columbia.

Of one’s own volition and to meet its own business standards, Repsol had had a study conducted in the past six months into possible environment and social effects of the exploration. The results will probably be presented early next year. The report of this study was presented to the premier after the contract was signed this morning.

By Alex Laclé
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« Reply #1336 on: December 05, 2012, 07:54:20 PM »

http://www.amigoe.com/english/138198-historic-contract-cap-and-repsol-for-exploration-oil-and-gas

‘Historic contract’ CAP and Repsol for exploration oil and gas         

TUESDAY, 4 DECEMBER 2012 15:24

ORANJESTAD — At the Dr. Edward Cheung Center for Innovation, Compania Arubano di Petroleo (CAP) and the Spanish oil and gas company Repsol signed the contract this morning for exploration of the Aruban seafloor for petroleum and natural gas. With this contract Repsol also has the exclusive right to exploit oil and gas found.By our reporter
 

Alex Laclé

 The contract was signed by Joseba Murrillas, director Exploration in Latin America for Repsol and CAP-director Armando Curet. Minister of Energy, Mike de Meza, and Premier Mike Eman (AVP) signed on behalf of the government. De Meza called the contract a ‘historic agreement’ that could mark a new future for our country.

The total costs for the exploration, which for that matter will be paid by Repsol, are estimated at 150 million dollars. This amount will be spent in phases and depending on the results of the previous phase, a decision will made on additional exploration. Expectations are that the first phase – two-dimensional seismic research – will start in the first half of next year. This phase will take several months. With a positive result further research will be done in certain selected areas. The costs, including analysis of the results, are approximately 10 million dollars. The initial research will be carried out in an area of 14,000 square kilometers, said Murrillas. The second phase with detailed three-dimensional seismic research will cost about 30 million dollars and could start in 2014. With a positive result the first exploratory drillings could start in 2016 or 2017, depending on the depth of the water on location. The costs for such will run up to 100 million dollars.

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StatoilHydro
Frode Liestøl
frli@statoilhydro.com
Oslo, Norway

CBTH Software Support
Landmark Graphics
Bill Agee
bagee@lgc.com
Landmark Graphics is kindly providing our interpretative
software.

IVS3D
Bill McKernan
bmkernan@ivs3d.com
We also use an exciting visualization package called
Fledermaus from IVS3D.
http://www.ig.utexas.edu/research/projects/cbth/newsletters/CBTH2009_05_11.pdf
http://scaredmonkeys.net/index.php?topic=4838.msg815943#msg815943
 
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from above
Newfield Exploration
Bruno Maldonado
bmaldonado@newfld.com
Houston, Texas
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Undersea Contractor Comes In While The Water's Fine
 
Superior Offshore International
Lafayette, La.

Superior also has been equipping itself for deeper waters by buying three remote-operated vehicles. These robotic devices can work in depths greater than 1,000 feet, which are too dangerous for human divers.

The firm currently has relationships with about 150 customers with Newfield Exploration NFX NFX
http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Undersea+Contractor+Comes+In+While+The+Water's+Fine-a01611419593
 
http://scaredmonkeys.net/index.php?topic=4838.msg818319#msg818319
 
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« Reply #1338 on: December 14, 2012, 04:59:28 PM »

forgot the link to last post

http://www.gasandoil.com/goc/company/cnl85023.htm
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« Reply #1339 on: December 14, 2012, 05:00:52 PM »

I remember we watched this guy in this thread a lot


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