buried hill

buried hill

[′ber·ēd ′hil]
(geology)
A hill of resistant older rock over which later sediments are deposited.
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Such international companies as Petronas, Dragon Oil, Buried Hill, RWE Dea AG, Areti and Eni are involved in the development of the Turkmen part of the Caspian Sea.
Top managers of such major oil and gas companies as CNPC, Dragon Oil, Eni, NAPECO, Hyundai, Gazprom, Petronas, Shell, Buried Hill, BP, Socar and others are scheduled to participate.
These include Shell, Petronas, Gazprom, Gaffney, Cline & Associates, NAPECO, Hyundai, Vitol, CNPC, Dragon Oil, ENI, BP, Socar, Exxon Mobil, Buried Hill, IFC, ADB, EBRD, Allen & Overy and many others.
In particular, the company wrote down the carrying value of its position in Caspian Sea-focused oil & gas firm Buried Hill to 20% below the value at which Buried Hill values its own shares.
In the paper "Characterization of Origin and Evolution of Formation Water in Buried Hill of Jizhong Depression, China, Using Multivariate Statistical Analysis of Geochemical Data" by F.
Such companies as Petronas, Dragon Oil, Buried Hill, RWE Dea AG, Areti (Itera) and Eni have been involved in the exploration work in the Turkmen sector of the Caspian Sea.
Ridlington, who served as Tabreed's CFO from 2009 to 2011, and led the restructuring of the company during that period, will make his return to the UAE's largest district cooling company after spending the last four years in London as CFO for Buried Hill, a private upstream oil and gas exploration company.
He has spent the last four years in London as CFO for Buried Hill, a private upstream oil and gas exploration company and has over 34 years of international industry experience, including 17 at global oil major BP.
Malaysia's Petronas and London-listed Dragon Oil are producing oil, while Germany's RWE, Russia's Itera and Cyprus-headquartered Buried Hill are prospecting for oil on the sea shelf.
The major international oil and gas companies operating in Turkmenistan are Petronas, Dubai-based Dragon Oil, Maersk, Wintershall and Buried Hill.
Russia's Zarit Consortium and other firms such as BP, Chevron, Buried Hill Energy, ExxonMobil, Shell, ENI, Total, Gazprom/GazpromNeft, LUKoil, and ConocoPhillips are among IOCs eager to explore and develop Caspian Sea blocks for oil and gas.
But in February 2008, Buried Hill claimed it had signed a PSA with the Turkmen government to begin production from this field.