Gas Fields

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Tullow Oil - History
... in Tullow in the Republic of Ireland as a gas exploration business operating in Senegal ... I was talking to a friend of mine in the bank one day and he was talking about small oil fields in Africa, which had been left behind by the majors and had no-one to work them ... They had some small gas fields that they were trying to get people to develop, so I setup Tullow Oil to rework those old fields ...
Natural Gas Reserves In Iran
... Since then, based on the latest oil and gas reports, 145 hydrocarbon fields and 297 oil and gas reservoirs have been discovered in Iran, with many fields having multiple ... A total of 102 fields are oil and the remaining 43 are gas, and there are 205 oil reservoirs and 92 natural gas reservoirs ... Balance Sheet (2009, in Persian), 78 of these fields are currently active, with 62 onshore and 16 offshore, leaving 67 fields inactive at present ...
Accusations Of Exxon Mobil Human Rights Violations In Indonesia - History of The Aceh Gas Fields
... In 1968, Mobil began operating the Arun gas fields, which are owned by the Indonesian state oil company, Pertamina ... In 1971, Mobil Oil Indonesia discovered massive reserves of natural gas in north Aceh, which led to the creation of the Lhokesemawe Industrial Zone (ZILS.) After Exxon bought Mobil in 1999, the ... The gas fields there, until their closing in March, contributed to the Indonesian budget with about $1 billion in revenue annually ...
Theddlethorpe Gas Terminal - Gas Fields - V Fields
... These fields are Vulcan (discovered April 1983 with production starting October 1988), South Valiant North Valiant (discovered in July 1970 and January 1971 ... The V field project was officially opened by Margaret Thatcher on 1 September 1988, when she visited the terminal ...

Famous quotes containing the words fields and/or gas:

    Genius is the naturalist or geographer of the supersensible regions, and draws their map; and, by acquainting us with new fields of activity, cools our affection for the old. These are at once accepted as the reality, of which the world we have conversed with is the show.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    ... when I awake in the middle of the night, since I knew not where I was, I did not even know at first who I was; I only had in the first simplicity the feeling of existing as it must quiver in an animal.... I spent one second above the centuries of civilization, and the confused glimpse of the gas lamps, then of the shirts with turned-down collars, recomposed, little by little, the original lines of my self.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)