WorldOil New Libya oil chief considers resuming exports at eastern ports The new head of the state oil company for eastern Libya is considering restarting exports from the region’s two largest ports and plans to boost crude output. Wood Group Mustang Onshore Pipeline and Facilities business unit created, leadership team named Wood Group Mustang has consolidated the Pipeline, Onshore and Oil Sands business units into the Onshore Pipeline and Facilities (OPF) business unit, which provides oil and gas processing, transportation, and field services. Petrotechnics launches new competency and training centre Petrotechnics celebrates the opening of its state-of-the-art competency and training centre. Located at the company’s Aberdeen headquarters, the new facility will address changing demands for operations excellence training in hazardous industries, including oil and gas, chemical and rail. Veolia selected by Dolphin Energy for a multi-million dollar industrial water management project in Qatar Veolia Water Technologies will engineer, procure and deliver an industrial wastewater management system including its proven HPD evaporators used for KHI removal and distillate recovery at Dolphin Energy’s natural gas production and processing facilities in Ras Laffan, Qatar. Sonomatic to biuld a new multi-disciplined NDT base in Aberdeen Sonomatic announces its plans to build a brand new multi-disciplined facility that will allow the company to cover the entire range of NDT Inspections. Breitling Energy announces new 14-well development program Breitling Energy Corporation announces a new non-operated 35% participation in a 14-well developmental drilling program in West Texas, with the first spudding on Aug. 5. Presidential candidates urged to outline their vision for America's energy future The American Petroleum Institute has urged candidates at the upcoming presidential debates to outline their vision for harnessing the economic and national security opportunities created by America’s energy revolution. qedi opens Abu Dhabi office LONDON -- qedi, a leading completions, commissioning and technology provider, has opened an inaugural office in Abu Dhabi and appointed Naveen Adusumilli as qedi’s general manager for the Middle East. Mexico pipeline boom fueled by Texas drillers Tumbling crude prices have damped prospects that the Mexican oil-drilling laws adopted last year will spur an investment boom. Instead it’s the surge in gas-pipeline construction that’s attracting foreign capital, expanding the market for U.S. gas producers and meeting growing demand from Mexican manufacturers and power plants. Venezuela’s lake of endless oil a lawless mess For nearly a century, the petroleum deposits beneath giant Lake Maracaibo served as a cash cow for successive Venezuelan governments. In return, especially in the years since the company’s energy industry was nationalized by former President Hugo Chavez, it has received little back but neglect. Darcy proves new sand control technology with Statoil installation Sand control engineering specialist Darcy is gearing up for global interest in its downhole Hydraulic Screen following a successful installation in Statoil’s Statfjord oil field in the Norwegian Sector of the North Sea.