Onshore/Offshore Facilities

This paper is the second of a two-part series. It covers facilities problems caused by iron, injectivity problems caused by iron, and the mitigation of colloidal iron-related problems.
Contractor will engineer and construct the 2.1 mtpa plant in British Columbia to be fully powered by hydroelectric technology.
Woodside and BHP make final investment decision on $12 billion offshore development and additional LNG train in Australia. The approval on Monday came at the same time the operators signed an agreement to merge BHP’s petroleum unit into Woodside, originally announced in August.

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