July 21, 2015


Kerui Group Successfully Delivers Lateral Jetting Services in Trinidad and Tobago

Kerui Group, the world's second largest oil and gas player, which is capable of providing Lateral Jetting services, recently leveraged its unique technologies and extensive experiences to impress its client in Trinidad and Tobago, the challenges we met are the unconsolidated sandstones formation, easy-to-collapse lateral holes and easily created cavities, with its highly efficient and responsive operations. So far Kerui Group has completed stimulation of five wells with an average field capability increment of 300%, one of"...

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July 21, 2015


Erin Energy Commences 3D Seismic Acquisition Offshore The Gambia

Erin Energy Corporation (“Erin Energy” or the “Company”) (NYSE MKT:ERN) through its subsidiary Camac Energy Gambia Limited, has commenced the shooting of a 3D seismic survey off the coast of The Gambia. Polarcus Ltd. has been contracted by the Company to carry out the survey using the Polarcus"...

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July 9, 2015


Russia starts to fulfill $2.7 billion contract with Algeria for helicopter supply, modernization

Algeria has bought Mil Mi-26T2 heavy helicopters and Mil Mi-28NE combat helicopters from Russia, a foreign specialized website has reported.

Algeria will be supplied with six Mil Mi-26T2 heavy helicopters and 42 Mil Mi-28NE Night Hunter combat helicopters under a $2.7 billion contract, which also envisages modernization of 39 Mil Mi-171Sh helicopters, the report runs.


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July 2, 2015


Air Algerie receives 3rd A330-200 Airbus

The national airline company Air Agerie received Wednesday at the international airport of Algiers its third A330-200 Airbus, acquired as part of its acquisition programme of 16 new aircrafts by the end of 2016 for the renewal of its fleet, said the company in a communiqué.

Comprising a new cockpit equipped with an in-flight entertainment system and more spacious"...

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July 2, 2015


Algeria second customer for French arm's supplies at the cost of 273 million euros

Algeria has acquired during the last four years more than 273 million Euros in advanced French weapons’ supplies, while neighboring Morocco acquired during the same period nearly three times as many purchases made by Algeria, at a time when French President Francois Hollande’ strenuous efforts to convince Algeria to purchase a sizable batch of the sophisticated French “Rafale” military aircraft are coming to the fore.


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