Tagged With BP
Mixed outlook for Mauritania’s upstream
28 September 2021
As a major LNG scheme continues to advance on the Mauritania-Senegal border, other Mauritanian upstream prospects may be left behind
Iraq turns an IOC corner
27 September 2021
Following months of uncertainty about potential partner exits, Baghdad now has cause for optimism
Trinidad scrambles to prevent gas nosedive
17 September 2021
The country’s production has been freefalling for years, but expected startups will not be enough to avert further long-term losses
BP content with West of Shetland portfolio
7 September 2021
The major pronounces itself satisfied with the assets it holds in the UKCS frontier region
Does the UK North Sea have a ‘majors’ problem?
23 August 2021
Three of the basin’s largest players insist it is core. But it is hard to conclude that BP’s and Shell’s positions are fully optimised
Iraq shrugs off partner uncertainty to lift long-term target
17 August 2021
The country has lifted its long-term production target to 8mn bl/d despite continued murmurings about IOC dissatisfaction
Great Australian Bight closes for business
13 August 2021
Santos joins the list of developers to withdraw from the region, deeming it too risky
TotalEnergies and Angola sign block 29 deal
9 August 2021
The country’s offshore upstream remains a draw for IOCs even as they grow increasingly selective about their portfolios
BP’s Angolan JV could provide future template
3 August 2021
The major’s pooling of non-core resources with Italy’s Eni may be a model moving forward
Bay of Bengal gas project advances
27 July 2021
Reliance continues to progress its KGD6 development, but the scheme has experienced some delays
Iraq and IOCs: A complex web
13 July 2021
Baghdad needs to improve its relationship with international partners. But beware assuming there are easy answers
Letter from Africa: Upstream opportunities abound as majors step back
5 July 2021
There are plenty of large sellers and smaller buyers, but there may be a medium-size missing piece
Unlocking southern Iraq’s oil
29 June 2021
Baghdad’s revisiting on contractual terms may need to be radical to stop IOC flight and offer alternatives to China
BP and Singapore’s Pavilion ink LNG supply deal
11 June 2021
BP and a Temasek subsidiary sign a long-term LNG supply deal with a full-cycle emissions ambition
BP and Eni in Angola JV talks
21 May 2021
The companies are considering combining their oil, gas and LNG assets in Angola into a new joint venture
US oil sector champions methane controls
28 April 2021
Biden administration hopes to fast-track emission restrictions, a popular measure among many large-cap operators
US oil sector champions methane controls
28 April 2021
Biden administration hopes to fast-track emission restrictions, a popular measure among many large-cap operators
BP and Shell prepare for the worst
28 April 2021
The UK-headquartered majors are pursuing strategies that assume the future plays out least favourably for hydrocarbons
BP and Shell prepare for the worst
27 April 2021
The UK-headquartered majors are pursuing strategies that assume the future plays out least favourably for hydrocarbons
Crunch time for Mozambique’s LNG projects
23 February 2021
This year will be critical to whether Mozambique can achieve its ambition of becoming a major LNG exporter by the middle of this decade
Australia struggles to stop downstream exodus
22 February 2021
Australia’s energy security takes another hit with ExxonMobil opting to shutter its Victoria refinery
Total's strategy diverges from peers
18 February 2021
Much of what the three European majors plan to do is remarkably similar. But Total’s dialogue is subtly different
Drilling ban spooks Gulf of Mexico
4 February 2021
A long-term federal waters embargo would trigger severe production losses in the region, forcing firms to withdraw capital
Equinor backs oil and gas for longer
12 December 2020
The Norwegian heavyweight is more optimistic about hydrocarbons than BP. But that may be driven by circumstance
Traders play their part in LNG market maturity
16 September 2020
Alongside the traditional buyers and sellers, the industry’s middlemen are making a contribution to greater efficiency
London crude trading’s ‘Good Old Days’: In the beginning
23 July 2020
Colin Bryce takes a trip back to where it all began for the oil markets