Chinese ships cut cable of VN vessel

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  • Gioi thieu Chinese ships cut cable of VN vessel HA NOI (VNS)— The Viet Nam National Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) yesterday confirmed an incident involving one of its ships and Chinese vessels. Answering questions from the media, Deputy Head of PetroVietnam's Search and Exploration Division Pham Viet Dung said that the incident happened at 4:05am last Friday when the Binh Minh 02 was attempting to carry out a seismic survey on the Vietnamese continental shelf around the Bac Bo (Tonkin) Gulf.

89 workers hurt in Jurong oil rig mishap

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  • Gioi thieu About 90 workers were injured when a jackup rig at Jurong Shipyard tilted to one side on Monday.

Third refinery to step up

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  • Gioi thieu Vung Ro Petroleum is ready to start hammering out Vietnam’s third oil refinery by the year’s end.

Thailand's PTT Considers Building Massive Oil Refinery in Vietnam

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  • Gioi thieu Thailand's largest oil and gas conglomerate is considering building a massive oil refinery and petrochemical complex in Central Vietnam that would, if completed, mark an important step in the expansion of Vietnam's industrial base. PTT PLC (PTT.TH) is considering building a refinery with a capacity of 660,000 barrels a day--which would make it one of the largest in the world--in the Nhon Hoi Economic Zone in coastal Binh Dinh province at an estimated cost of $28.7 billion, according to a provincial government statement and a Vietnamese provincial official.

PVN to sign EPC contract for Nghi Son oil refinery soon

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  • Gioi thieu Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PVN) will next month sign an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract with a consortium of five contractors to carry out the Nghi Son oil refinery plant project, said Do Van Hau, general director of PVN.

PetroVietnam is on the hunt for heavyweight EU investment

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  • Gioi thieu PetroVietnam and European investors have got down to business to chew over potential investment opportunities.

Dung moves to get Nghi Son on track

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  • Gioi thieu Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has confirmed his agreement to guarantee the nation’s role in the $8 billion Nghi Son oil refinery. It is the second refinery of Vietnam and the first one which has foreign investors involved.

Refinery grants procurement contracts

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  • Gioi thieu HA NOI (VNS)— PetroVietnam said that it would join five contractors from Japan, France and S.Korea to build Nghi Son Oil Refinery in May. An official engineering, procurement and construction contract will be signed next month.

Vietnam’s second refinery on track, investor says

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  • Gioi thieu State-owned oil and gas group PetroVietnam has confirmed that the construction of the country’s second oil refinery will proceed as planned despite the announcement from a Japanese investor that the project would be delayed.

Japanese investor delay won't impact on oil refinery

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  • Gioi thieu HA NOI (VNS)— Construction of Viet Nam's largest oil refinery complex will start as planned, despite a decision-making delay from Japanese investor Idemitsu.An official of PetroVietnam, the complex manager and also an investor...


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