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wikipedia: Petrobangla

Petrobangla (Bangladesh Oil, Gas & Mineral Corporation) is a government-owned national oil company of Bangladesh. It explores, produces, transports and sells oil, natural gas and other mineral resources. It also concludes production sharing agreements with international oil companies for exploration and development of oil and gas resources in Bangladesh.

Bangladesh Mineral Oil & Gas Corporation (BMOGC) was created through the Presidential order #27 on March 26, 1972. The minerals operation of the corporation was segregated and vested with a new organization, Bangladesh Mineral Development Corporation (BMEDC), on 27 September 1972, through the PO # 120. The reconstituted Bangladesh Oil & Gas Corporation (BOGC) was short named Petrobangla through the ordinance # 15 of 22 August, 1974. On 13 November 1976, through the ordinance #88, the importation, refining and marketing of crude and petroleum products and vested with newly formed Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC).

BOGC and BMEDC were merged into a single entity, Bangladesh Oil, Gas & Minerals Corporation (BOGMC), by the Ordinance # 21 of 11 April 1985. In a partial modification of the Ordinance by the Law 11 of February 1989, the corporation was short named Petrobangla and given the authority to hold the shares of the companies dealing in oil, gas & minerals exploration and development.

Initial scattered exploration effort for oil and gas was undertaken by private ventures. The search of oil and gas in the area constituting Bangladesh began in the later part of the 19th century through some isolated geological mapping. The first serious attempt to find oil and gas was undertaken in Sitakund in 1908 by the Indian Petroleum Prospecting Company, 18 years after the first oil discovery in Digboi, Assam. During 1923-31 Burmah Oil Company (BOC) drilled two shallow wells in Patharia. The wells were abandoned though there was a reported occurrence of oil. A total of 6 exploratory wells were drilled, there was however no discovery and the Second World War disrupted further activity.

The promulgation of Pakistan Petroleum Act in 1948 introduced formal activity and infused interest of international oil companies in oil and gas exploration. The Standard Vacuum Oil Company (STANVAC) of USA, Pakistan Petroleum Ltd. (PPL) — a Burmah Oil Company affiliate and Pakistan Shell Oil Company (PSOC) took up concessions during early fifties and carried out exploration till the end of sixties. These operations saw the drilling of 16 exploration wells including the first offshore well and resulted in the discovery of 7 gas fields.
During this time Oil and Gas Development Corporation (OGDC) was established as the first public sector national organization in 1961 and the root of exploration for oil and gas were firmly set in the country. OGDC started to carriy out geological and geophysical survey including gravity, magnetic and seismic, and drilled wells which soon saw success.

After the liberation of Bangladesh, exploration activities gathered pace both by the national and international companies. The part of OGDC that was in operation in Bangladesh was reorganized as Bangladesh Mineral Oil and Gas Corporation (Petrobangla) continued its exploration efforts while the Bangladesh Petroleum Act was enacted in 1974 to facilitate international participation under PSC. The offshore area of Bangladesh was divided in to 6 blocks, which were taken up by Ashland, ARCO, BODC (Japex), Union Oil, Canadian Superior Oil and Ina Naftaplin under production sharing contract. This phase of PSC ended with relinquishments by 1978. Since 1972 the operational mandate of Petrobangla have undergone modification several times. In 1974 oil import, refining and marketing was segregated under Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation, while the mineral operation, which was separate since 1972, was merged with oil and gas operation in 1985. Presently Bangladesh Oil Gas and Minerals Corporation short named Petrobangla operates oil and gas exploration, development, transmission, distribution and conversion together with development and marketing of minerals.

The logo of Petrobangla signifies its primary business of oil and gas related operations. The blue and the red segments signifies the energy emanation from gas and oil, while the overall circle signifies the integration of the whole business. The stylized letters P and B signifies Petrobangla.


History of Petrobangla


The Bahrain Petroleum Company: обзор компании


BAPCO, wholly owned by the Government of Bahrain, is engaged in the oil industry including exploration and prospecting for oil, drilling, production, refining, distribution of petroleum products and natural gas, sales and exports of crude oil and refined products.
The company owns a 250,000 barrel-a-day refinery, storage facilities for more than 14 million barrels, a marketing terminal, and a marine terminal for its petroleum products.

Key Dates
1929 BAPCO established by Standard Oil Company of California
1932 First oil discovery
1934 First shipment of crude oil
1936 The Bahrain Refinery — with a capacity of 10,000 barrels per day — opened
1945 A-B pipeline laid between Bahrain and Saudi Arabia; then the world’s longest commercial submarine pipeline
1948 Discovery of natural gas
1968 Bahrain Refinery expansion programme completed with 250,000 barrel-a-day capacity
1976 Incorporation of the Bahrain National Oil Company (BANOCO)
1980 Establishment of Supreme Council for Oil under the chairmanship of
H.H. Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al-Khalifa, the Prime Minister
1980 The Petroleum Marketing Unit is set up in the Ministry of Development & Industry with the aim of marketing the Government’s 60% share of products from the Bahrain Refinery
1981 BAPCO reconstituted as a joint venture refining company owned 60% by the Bahrain Government and 40% by Caltex
1982 BANOCO assumes full and direct responsibility for production of oil and gas from Bahrain field
1983 The Petroleum Marketing Unit integrated into BANOCO to form the International Marketing Department
1985 Incorporation of Bahrain Aviation Fuel Company (BAFCO) in which BANOCO shares 60%, Caltex 27% and BP 13%
1994 The Bahrain Refinery awarded ISO 9002 Certification from British Standards Institution (BSi)
1997 The Bahrain Government assumes 100% ownership of the Bahrain Refinery
1999 The new BAPCO is formed following the merger between The Bahrain Petroleum Company B.S.C. and The Bahrain National Oil Company
2000 Start of petroleum products in-line blending and introduction of unleaded gasoline to the local market
2001 Kerosene Merox units commissioned as part of the Refinery Modernisation Plan
2002 Launch of new Bapco Strategic Directions
2004 Contract signed to execute Low Sulphur Diesel Production Project
2005 US$1.1 billion financing secured for investment programme
2007 Start-up of Low Sulphur Diesel Production complex


2009 Annual Review


Petroleum Development Oman: годовой отчет 2010

Founded 1925 (as Petroleum Development of Oman and Dhofar )
1967 (as Petroleum Development Oman )
Revenue $11.4 billion (2007)
Employees 5,400
A geological survey of the country in 1925 found no conclusive evidence of oil. Twelve years later, however, when geologists began intensively searching for oil in neighbouring Saudi Arabia, Oman’s Sultan Said bin Taimur granted a 75-year concession to the Iraq Petroleum Company (IPC). Pausing only for the Second World War, exploration for oil was underway in Oman.
First oil — at Yibal in 1962.
The first export of Omani oil took place on 27 July 1967. The original debit note shows that the consignment consisted of 543,800 barrels (86,460 m3) of oil valued at $1.42 a barrel.

Нефтедобывающая промышленность начала развиваться с 1967. Добыча нефти около 14,5 млн. т в 1973 (2,8 млн. т в 1967). Нефтяные концессии принадлежат компании «Петролеум дивелопмент Оман»; до 1974—85% капитала у английско-голландской компании «Шелл», 10% — у компании «Франсез дю петроль», 5% — у группы Гюльбекян; с 1974 к правительству О. перешло 25% акций компании с увеличением доли до 51% к 1982. Отчисления с доходов от нефти в пользу О. составляют (с 1971) 55%. Нефть направляется по нефтепроводу на экспорт в порт Эль-Фахль (близ Матраха).

Oil was first discovered in the interior near Fahud in the western desert in 1964. Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) began production in August 1967. The Omani Government owns 60% of PDO, and foreign interests own 40% (Royal Dutch Shell owns 34%; the remaining 6% is owned by Compagnie Francaise des Petroles [Total] and Partex). In 1976, Oman’s oil production rose to 366,000 barrels (58,000 m³) per day but declined gradually to about 285,000 barrels (45,000 m³) per day in late 1980 due to the depletion of recoverable reserves. From 1981 to 1986,

Oman compensated for declining oil prices, by increasing production levels to 600,000 b/d. With the collapse of oil prices in 1986, however, revenues dropped dramatically. Production was cut back temporarily in coordination with the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), and production levels again reached 600,000 b/d by mid-1987, which helped increase revenues. By mid-2000, production had climbed to more than 900,000 b/d where they remain. Oman is not a member of OPEC.

Natural gas reserves, which will increasingly provide the fuel for power generation and desalination, stand at 18 trillion ft³ (510 km³). The Oman LNG processing plant located in Sur was opened in 2000, with production capacity of 6.6 million tons/YR, as well as unsubstantial gas liquids, including condensates.

История компании

Годовой отчет 2010


Japan Energy

Japan Energy Corporation — японская вертикально интегрированная нефтяная компания. Компания наряду с Nippon Mining & Metals Co., Ltd. является ядром холдинга Nippon Mining Holdings Group.

В 1905 году Фусаносуке Кухара приобретает Hitachi Mine. С этого начинается история Japan Energy.
В 1912 году создаётся Kuhara Mining Co., но в 1928 году название компании меняется на Nippon Sangyo Co.
В 1929 году горно-металлургический бизнес компании передаётся Nippon Mining Co., Ltd.
В 1933 году компания начинает добычу нефти.
В 1939 году компания приобретает НПЗ в префектуре Акита.
В 1959 году компания начинает добычу природного газа.
В 1961 году вводится в эксплуатацию НПЗ в префектуре Окаяма.
В 1965 году создаётся Kyodo Oil Co., Ltd., куда было передано нефтяное подразделение Nippon Mining Co.
В 1969 году запущен завод смазочных материалов в префектуре Тиба.
В 1973 году начинается добыча нефти дочерней компанией Abu Dhabi Oil Co., Ltd.
В 1991 году создаётся Nikko Petrochemicals Co., Ltd.
В 1992 году создана Nippon Mining & Metals Co., Ltd.
В 1993 году нефтегазовый бизнес передан в Nikko Petroleum Exploration Co., Ltd. В том же году компания была переименована в Japan Energy Corporation.
В 1994 году создаётся дочернеепредприятие в Китае — Shanxi Japan Energy Lubricants Co., Ltd.
В 1996 году нефтехимический бизнес Nikko Petrochemicals Co., Ltd. передан Japan Energy Corporation.
В 2002 году Japan Energy и Nippon Mining & Metals совместно создали свою холдинговую компанию Nippon Mining Holdings, Inc.

Компания добывает нефть и природный газ как в Японии, так и за рубежом: в ОАЭ, Китае, Папуа-Новой Гвинее. Japan Energy ведёт активную разведку новых месторождений в японских территориальных водах на больших глубинах, а аткже на Ближнем Востоке, Юго-Восточной Азии и Океании.

Компания владеет 2 НПЗ в Японии. Один из них (Mizushima) является одним из крупнейших НПЗ в стране.

Розничные продажи
Компания владеет собственной сетью АЗС, работающих под маркой JOMO.

Компания активно работает в сегменте сжиженного нефтяного газа. Причём продукция продаётся в том числе и в розницу: домохозяйствам и автомобилистам.

Среди прочих видов продукции значительное место занимают смазочные материалы и продукция нефтехимии. Так компания является одним из крупнейших азиатских производителей пара-ксилола.

Собственники и руководство
100% акционерного капитала компании контролирует Nippon Mining Holdings Group

Оборот: 2225,785 млрд. йен (2005 год)
Дочерние компании: JAPAN ENERGY Development Co., Ltd., Abu Dhabi Oil Co., Ltd.*
Сайт: www.j-energy.co.jp


Japan Energy Corporation is a Japanese petroleum company, which is a subsidiary wholly owned by Nippon Mining Holdings, Inc. Nippon Mining Holdings Group has four main business areas, petroleum, non-ferrous metals, electronics materials and other operations. It has had several previous names, Nippon Mining among them.

In 2010 Japan Energy merged with Nippon Oil to become JX Holdings.