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Energy, Oil & Gas

Energy, Oil & Gas


imgBP 
www.bp.com


From the deep sea to the desert, from rigs to fuel retail sites and research centres, BP delivers light, heat, and mobility solutions for a changing world. BP tracks, trades and delivers the world’s energy in real time, at a scale that only a few organisations on earth can achieve.

BP is a global energy business, involved in every aspect of the complex energy system that drives our world. Almost 75,000 BP people work day and night to serve millions of energy customers. Thanks to its reach and incredible human resources, BP is one of only a very few companies equipped to deliver light, heat and mobility on a global scale.

BP operates in more than 70 countries worldwide. The company finds and produces oil and gas on land and offshore. BP moves energy around the globe. It manufactures and markets fuels and raw materials used in thousands of everyday products, from mobile phones to food packaging.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

International Headquarters
1 St James’s Square
London,
SW1Y 4PD
Tel: +44 (0)20 7496 4000
Fax: +44 (0)20 7496 4630
Web: www.bp.com

imgBP Exploration (Caspian Sea) Limited Georgia
www.bpgeorgia.ge


BP in Georgia has evolved from a few pioneers during its early days in 1996, to a peak workforce of 6,000 employees during BTC and SCP construction, to today’s steady-state operational workforce more than 500 employees.

In Georgia, we operate the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline (BTC) and South Caucasus gas pipeline (SCP) on behalf of two international consortia of energy companies and investors. These facilities are now in their seventh full-year of operation. The BTC and SCP pipelines run side by side for 248 kilometres within Georgia, with two BTC pump stations, gas offtake pressure reduction and metering facilities on SCP. There are a total of 16 block valves and 11 check valves on BTC, and six block valves on SCP.

We also operate the Western Route Export Pipeline (WREP) and Supsa terminal on behalf of an international consortium of energy companies. Three hundred and seventy three kilometres of WREP lies within Georgia, with 27 block valves, four check valves and one check/block valve. It carries oil from the Caspian Sea via the Sangachal terminal in Azerbaijan to the Supsa oil terminal on the Georgia Black Sea coast.

Address: 24, Sulkhan Tsintsadze street, Tbilisi, 0160, Georgia
Phone: 00 (995 32) 2 593400
Email: extcomge@bp.com

img (1)STATOIL
www.statoil.com


Statoil is  a Norwegian-based energy company with operations in more than 30 countries.
Since 1972 it has explored, developed and produced oil and gas on the Norwegian continental shelf, Statoil is a leading operator. From the early nineties the company has built a global business, with strongholds in Europe, Africa, North America and Brazil. It has developed a portfolio of new energy solutions, currently delivering wind power to 650,000 British households.
Statoil creates value through safe and efficient operations, innovative solutions and technology.
Statoil’s competitiveness is founded on our values-based performance culture, with a strong commitment to transparency, cooperation and continuous operational improvement.
In just forty years, our company has grown to become the number one offshore operator in the world and the second largest supplier of natural gas to the European market. Statoil has commitment to lowering emissions is just part of our goal of becoming the world’s most carbon-efficient oil & gas producer.

Headquarters: Forusbeen 50, 4035 Stavanger,

Phone: +47 51 99 00 00

imgTOTAL
www.total.com


Total is the world’s fourth-largest oil and gas company,
as well as a major integrated player in the global solar industry. Backed by nearly a century of history we discover, produce, transform, market and distribute energy in a variety of forms,
to serve the end customer. The company is committed to energy that is safer, cleaner, more efficient, more innovative and accessible to as many people as possible.

With operations in more than 130 countries, our 98,000 employees discover, produce, process, sell and market energy in a variety of forms, all the way to end-customers.

cm17Lukoil Georgia
www.lukoil.ge


 

Lukoil Georgia was launched in March, 2002. Since then, the company deliberately expanded its activities on consumer and corporate markets. Lukoil fuel is in line with the European standard, which is supplied from Bulgaria’s modern oil refineries. The company pays great attention to determining investment and distribution policy.
Except for fuel, Lukoil-Georgia carries out import of Lukoil motor oils. As a result of the planned investment and marketing activities of Lukoil-Georgia, Lukoil oils have become quite popular in both retail and corporate markets. Environmental and ecological security issues are important for Lukoil. The company thinks it’s obligatory to maintain a healthy environment for future generations.

Left bank of the Mtkvari River

Near the Gotua Street, Tbilisi

+995 32 2380013, 2373808

Gross Energy Group 
www.gegroup.org 


Company Gross Energy was established in 2007 and since 2009 it operates as Gross Energy Group LLC. Company management consists of successful business leaders, well-known engineers, financiers and lawyers.

The team members are of standing reputation and have a long and successful experience in research, designing, construction, monitoring and management spheres.

The main activities of the company are engineering-consulting services, which envisages development of any infrastructural project from conceptual stage till operation; the services include technical as well as legal support and provides full assistance.

Georgia, Tbilisi Lvovi str. N66

+995 322399160
+995 322399150

info@gegroup.org