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Is floating LNG coming of age in Africa?
11 August 2022
Offshore liquefaction projects seem well-suited for the continent’s upstream
Indonesia struggles to reverse upstream fortunes
23 May 2022
Slow progress at flagship LNG projects and a lack of foreign interest in oil prospects are hampering the country’s production goals
Mauritanian LNG project has wind in its sails
16 May 2022
Greater Tortue Ahmeyim development could be shipping cargoes before the end of next year
BP and Eni extend standalone JV model to Angola
24 March 2022
Joint company will improve efficiency and result in cost savings, the firms say
Indies seek partners in Gambia
1 March 2022
The independent oil and gas firms active in the country’s promising offshore are looking to farm out their assets as they seek to pursue further exploratory and drilling work
BP, Equinor and Shell heap pressure on peers
1 March 2022
The firms’ Russian exits will make remaining in the country difficult to justify for other IOCs
IOC stalwarts deliver Omani gas boost
18 January 2022
Shell and TotalEnergies have agreed to execute a major integrated development and bought into the government’s gas-led strategy
Digitalisation the new normal
10 December 2021
Covid-19 has accelerated the shift towards greater digital maturity for oil and gas operators
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Egyptian optimism
5 August 2020
One of the more regressive fiscal regimes and a generally challenging environment are not enough to dampen United Oil & Gas’ enthusiasm for the Western Desert.
BP cuts its price in Premier deal
5 June 2020
The major will take a much lower upfront fee with more to follow from production revenues and if prices recover
Arrested development in Africa
7 April 2020
Africa will experience deep cuts and long delays to discretionary capex. But preparatory work continues for when the market recovers
Economic malaise threatens to upend US indies
31 March 2020
Domestic oil sector in upheaval as producers forced to confront commodity price shock
Iraq stares into revenue abyss
26 March 2020
Plummeting oil prices and stagnant production have thrown government finances into chaos
Majors’ divestment dilemma
26 March 2020
Depressed oil prices are forcing large-cap producers to roll back spending. But will they continue to try to shed non-core assets?
BP marketing deal sets up Senegal-Mauritania LNG exports
24 February 2020
Marketing agreement for phase one of Greater Tortue Ahmeyim will elevate the countries into the league of large-scale LNG exporters
Oman's gas drive goes up a gear
9 August 2019
Success in the country's first major non-associated gas project, and continued pent-up demand, are propelling efforts to increase output
West of Shetland takes centre stage
8 August 2019
Exploration in the region may lead to the partial revival of the UK Continental Shelf
Deepwater Gulf exploration starts to rebound
29 July 2019
The US Gulf of Mexico is experiencing an uptick in exploration, but the way companies operate in the region has changed due to the downturn in oil prices
Egypt lures in IOCs
28 February 2019
The cornerstone of the country's energy reforms aims to tempt foreign firms wary of setting foot in the Egyptian market
Angola boosts efforts to shore up flagging production
27 February 2019
Africa's second-largest oil exporter needs more than the currently envisaged pipeline of oil projects if it is to remain a force
Senegal and Mauritania projects make headway
26 February 2019
BP's Greater Tortue project already has the green light, and Woodside's SNE development is poised to be next
Explorers mull Côte d’Ivoire campaigns
20 February 2019
Tullow, BP and CNR are among IOCs with drilling plans
Stuttering outlook for Gulf of Mexico
4 February 2019
Despite ever-rising oil and gas production, drilling activity is looking weaker
Hopes run high for the East Med
31 January 2019
Possible major new discoveries, along with rising production and simmering regional geopolitics, make 2019 a year of reckoning
Oil majors' strategies are variations on a theme
15 January 2019
The majors' plans for 2019 look remarkably similar on the surface, but there are key differences
Madagascar unveils new offshore acreage
11 December 2018
The island nation hopes it can emulate hydrocarbons finds in neighbouring Mozambique
IOCs stay committed to south Iraq
16 November 2018
IOCs are pushing ahead with plans for output expansion—and the phasing out of flaring—despite Basra violence this summer
Senegal’s energy hub ambitions gather pace
2 November 2018
Two big hydrocarbons projects are heading for FID with Woodside stepping up to take operatorship of the SNE development
Extending the life of the North Sea
19 July 2018
Oil and gas production is likely to sag in the coming years, but the industry won’t go without a fight
The return of cautious optimism in the North Sea
13 July 2018
The UK’s North Sea hub, braced for production declines, has received a boost from new investments and revived interest from the supermajors
Shah Deniz 2 gas kickstarts southern corridor project
5 July 2018
The pipeline network joining the Caspian to Europe isn’t finished yet, but the gas is, at least, now flowing part of the way
LNG demand to rise, but supply in question
29 June 2018
There's a glut now, but future demand growth can support huge export capacity increases—if the massive investment needed is forthcoming
FLNG takes centre stage
11 June 2018
Floating LNG is soon likely to provide virtually all new export capacity in West Africa
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