Tag: PetroVietnam

GE secures an order from Samsung C&T Corporation

GE has secured an order from Samsung C&T Corporation to provide power generation equipment for PetroVietnam Power Corporation (PV Power)’s Nhon Trach 3&4 Power...

PetroVietnam eyes Japanese investment

newsitemState-run oil and gas group PetroVietnam may seek Japanese partners to develop as many as 20 offshore blocks in the South China Sea, according to business daily, Nikkei.

Venezuela and Vietnam plan refinery expansion

Petroleos de Venezuela SA and state-run Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) have agreed to join a project to upgrade the country's sole refinery. They will work together, selling refined oil products to the Asian market. The PetroVietnam-PDVSA refinery agreement coincides a string of similar multi-billion-dollar pacts seen elsewhere in Asia

Vietnam: ethanol plants

PetroVietnam (PV Oil) and a few other companies plan to develop at least 3 new ethanol production facilities in different parts of Vietnam.

Petrovietnam mulls second refinery

Vietnam is proposing to build its second refinery, which could be operational in 2008

Vietnamese plastics plant

Vietnam Saigon Plastic Association (VSPA) has boosted its plans to build a USD 800 million, natural-gas fired plastics plant in Ba Ria-Vung Tau province.

Vietnam signs oil deal with Algeria

Vietnam has signed a contract worth USD 21 million to explore and exploit oil and gas offshore Touggourt, some 700km from Algiers.

PetroVietnam to build Petchem plant

Vietnam's state-owned oil and gas corporation PetroVietnam plans to build a $125 million petrochemical plant

Unocal files declaration of commercial discovery

Unocal Corporation said that its Vietnam subsidiaries have filed a declaration of commercial discovery with PetroVietnam, the state oil company, for three natural gas fields offshore southwest Vietnam.

Vietnam’s first oil refinery

Vietnam has awarded a French-Japanese consortium a contract to build the country's first oil refinery with an investment of USD 1.3 billion, of which USD 700–800 million would be for construction and equipment.