منطقه بهرگانسر قدیمیترین منطقه نفتی دریایی ایران به شمار میآید. اولین چاه اکتشافی این میدان در سال ۱۳۳۸ حفر شد و میدان نفتی بهرگانسر در سال ۱۳۴۰ بعنوان اولین میدان نفتی دریایی خلیج فارس با مشارکت شرکتی ایتالیایی کشف شد و بهره برداری از آن از سال ۱۳۴۳ آغاز گردید.
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- Saudis reveal extent of damage to Kuharis oilfield following attackSaudi Aramco revealed the significant damage caused by aerial strikes on its Khurais oil field and Abqaiq crude-processing plant last weekend, and insisted that the sites will be back to pre-attack output levels by the end of the month.
- ExxonMobil announces first-ever Power Play Awards winnersExxonMobil recently announced the winners for the inaugural Power Play Awards during the Gastech Exhibition and Conference on September 18, 2019.
- McDermott rebounds as it weighs unit sale to boost liquidityMcDermott International’s shares doubled in early trading and its bonds jumped after the energy industry contractor said it’s exploring the sale of its Lummus Technology business, a move that may give the heavily indebted company some badly needed liquidity.
- McDermott to explore sale of Lummus Technology unit; shares jump 50%McDermott International said it’s weighing the sale of its Lummus Technology business after getting approaches that valued the unit at more than $2.5 billion. The shares soared.
- Oil set for biggest weekly gain since January after Saudi attackConsultants caution that Saudi Arabia's recovery could take longer than expected, and the kingdom’s resort to sourcing refined fuels and condensates from the market is fanning concerns about the length of the disruption.
- Shell, Exxon pursuing Pakistan LNG terminal plansPakistan has given provisional permission to five developers, including partnerships with Exxon Mobil and Royal Dutch Shell, to set up LNG import terminals.
- Permian ‘child’ wells may cut oil recovery up to 20%, bank saysOil producers drilling so-called parent-child wells in the Permian Basin are risking the loss of 15% to 20% of the crude that can ultimately be recovered from those wells by spacing them too close together, according to a Houston-based investment bank.
- Chevron sanctions waterflood project to boost St. Malo productionThe newly sanctioned waterflood project in the St. Malo field will advance Chevron’s strategy of maximizing the company’s existing resources in the Gulf of Mexico.
- Filling Aramco’s crude orders will get tricky if repair timetable slipsSaudi Arabia’s pledge to fulfill all commitments to oil buyers after a strike on the giant processing plant at Abqaiq means the world’s largest crude exporter must continue to draw heavily on its inventories until production capacity returns.
- Petrofac sells remaining 51% of Mexican operationsPetrofac has signed an agreement to sell its remaining 51% interest in its operations in Mexico, including Santuario, Magallanes and Arenque, to Perenco International.
- Why TD Ameritrade's Shawn Cruz keeping close eye on energy sectorShawn Cruz, TD Ameritrade trader strategy manager, joins CNBC's "Closing Bell" for trade the close to discuss why he's keeping his eye on a potentially volatile energy sector.
- Watch: Trump takes questions at joint press event with Australian Prime Minister Scott MorrisonMorrison and Trump were expected to discuss a range of issues during a bilateral meeting Friday morning, including the ongoing U.S.-China trade war and the rising tensions in the Middle East.
- ETF Spotlight: Oil's volatile weekCNBC's David Faber takes a look at the energy sector and oil after an attack on a Saudi Arabian oil facility cut into worldwide supplies and sent prices higher.
- Saudi Aramco details how it handled rapid response to attacksRepair work is underway at two Saudi Aramco oil facilities after predawn attacks in September forced the kingdom to shut down half its total oil production. CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports.
- Saudi Aramco reveals production plants damage after drone attacksRepair work is underway at two Saudi Aramco oil facilities after predawn attacks in September forced the kingdom to shut down half its total oil production. CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports.
- Amazon is building its own carbon-neutral UPS, Bank of America saysBank of America says Amazon's plans to build its own fleet of carbon-neutral delivery trucks bode well for its bottom line.
- How a German start-up is helping add more renewables to the gridRenewable sources of energy are becoming increasingly important cogs in the global energy mix.
- Saudi Aramco reveals attack damage at oil production plantsTwo sites were hit Saturday — the Abqaiq and Khurais oil facilities — which took out 5.7 million barrels per day of oil production.
- US oil posts biggest weekly gain since June after Saudi attacksOil prices were little changed on Friday, but posted their best week since June, lifted by rising Middle East tensions and supply concerns after an attack on Saudi Arabia's energy industry last weekend.
- Repair work underway at Saudi Aramco oil facilityA predawn drone attack on Saturday heavily damaged two of Saudi Arabia's main oil production sites.