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EnBW and Ineos deals see Europe close its LNG term contract gap with Asia
23 June 2022
The continent’s post-Ukraine agreements are still less than Asian buyers and portfolio players
Ballymore FID no herald of GoM renaissance
7 June 2022
Forecasts are for moderate growth rather than a development bonanza fuelled by high oil prices
Baghdad risks wasting its moment
30 May 2022
Political paralysis is preventing Iraq from capitalising on renewed international enthusiasm for upstream investment
Pttep and Chevron increase Myanmar field stakes
16 March 2022
The gap left by TotalEnergies’ withdrawal from the Yadana gas project is being filled by its former partners
Letter from Southeast Asia: Pttep unlikely to quit Myanmar
3 March 2022
The fallout from Myanmar’s coup may not be enough to discourage the Thai state-owned firm
Equatorial Guinea advances upstream ambitions
27 January 2022
Recent deal with Chevron suggests the country’s upstream sector is gaining momentum
TotalEnergies quits Myanmar
25 January 2022
The French major is transferring its stake in the Yadana gas field to its partners
US majors target Permian cash cow
4 November 2021
Lower 48 production in the Texas and New Mexico shale play is poised to generate a mountain of cash over the next half-decade
Great Australian Bight closes for business
13 August 2021
Santos joins the list of developers to withdraw from the region, deeming it too risky
Indonesia’s upstream shifts as IOCs exit
17 June 2021
State-owned Pertamina may see further expansion of its role if more international firms exit without finding alternative buyers
Colombian protests threaten output
11 May 2021
Demonstrations against proposed tax reform have spread across the country, with an impact on oil and gas
Iraq’s upstream shows signs of life
19 April 2021
Baghdad is once again looking towards much higher long-term capacity goals
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
Chevron wades into Israeli gas price dispute
2 November 2020
The major has ruffled Israeli feathers less than a month into its ownership of a key asset
Kadhimi woos Washington
1 September 2020
The new Iraqi premier is leveraging the US administration’s loathing for Iran to secure energy investments
Congo’s disappearing discovery
9 July 2020
The Republic of Congo’s announcement of a major discovery appears to be targeted more at extorting EU environmentalists and multilateral lenders than attracting IOCs
Pluto’s second train may be Chevron NWS sale casualty
26 June 2020
The major’s decision to seek a buyer for its Australian liquefaction stake could be the harbinger of further realignment in feedgas projects
Economic malaise threatens to upend US indies
31 March 2020
Domestic oil sector in upheaval as producers forced to confront commodity price shock
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?
Venezuela’s options narrow
17 March 2020
Sanctions, the oil price shock and the potential exit of Chevron multiply the country’s misery
Permian output growth stutters
4 February 2020
Sluggish production increases could trigger new wave of bankruptcies among operating minnows
Rising costs test patience levels at Tengiz
21 January 2020
Chevron is facing a significant uptick in spending at Kazakhstan’s Tengiz oilfield, challenging its renewed commitment to capital discipline
Maduro further muddies Venezuelan waters
13 January 2020
Regime’s attempt to seize parliamentary control creates yet another fracture in troubled Latin American nation
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
Mind the divestment gap
10 June 2019
Oil and gas majors are setting increasingly ambitious divestment targets, despite volatile market conditions and questions over the size of the buyer pool
Anadarko battle heats up
26 April 2019
Occidental’s hostile counter-bid throws a potential spanner in Chevron’s big Permian bet
US majors’ planned Caspian exit puts Baku in a bind
19 February 2019
Azerbaijan may find it much tougher to find investment after the departure of Chevron and ExxonMobil
North Sea M&A quick off the blocks
11 February 2019
DNO’s swoop for Faroe could mark the start of another busy year for changes in asset ownership
The changing landscape of north-west Europe
8 February 2019
A rebound in the region is happening above and below water
Fragile oil price recovery
17 December 2018
The upstream benefited from higher spending in 2018, thanks to higher prices; but this increase was tentative, and signs of lower prices towards year-end forced a downturn in rig counts
Norway's offshore sector boosted by wave of mergers
29 October 2018
Strategic tie-ups are providing some badly needed lifeblood for the Norwegian offshore sector
M&A: Oil majors jockey for position to ride an LNG boom
29 October 2018
Firms are reshuffling their portfolios in favour of gas ahead of the looming energy inflection point
Chevron: ready for the rebound
26 September 2018
Having weathered the downturn in impressive fashion, Chevron is well placed to take advantage of any Iran supply shock
Reforms bring Argentinian self-sufficiency closer
31 July 2018
New energy investments are reducing Argentina’s import needs
Iraq close to a deal?
27 July 2018
The outlook for the energy sector is bright, but the post-elections political prospects remain cloudy
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
Growing pains for the Permian
7 June 2018
The Permian is primed for years of booming production—if a range of infrastructure problems can be solved
Kazakhstan & Azerbaijan: Caspian output set to rebound
29 May 2018
Both countries signed up to the Opec deal in 2016. Neither seems destined to stick to the terms
ExxonMobil and Chevron go big in the Permian
16 May 2018
It is a new era for the supermajors and the west Texas shale basin as the companies plot aggressive growth plans
Nigeria's election hangs over energy sector
19 April 2018
Africa's biggest economy is growing again. But next year's vote is stalling reform and investment in its crucial energy sector
North Sea—life in the old dog
12 March 2018
There's still plenty more value to be eked out of the maturing basin, according to one of the region's most experienced operators
Nigeria targets local upstream players with marginal field round
7 March 2018
Reinvigorating production on acreage abandoned by the majors could be a tough task
Shrinking Canadian expectations
22 February 2018
The future of unconventional gas drilling in the western basins is uncertain because of the cancellation of several high-profile LNG projects
Argentina's shale boom
20 February 2018
The country's play is set to witness a quick rise in gas output as drillers look to lock in higher subsidised prices
North Sea's golden years
15 February 2018
The region may be past its prime but is still running with the best
Australian LNG hotting up
12 February 2018
Seaborne LNG-export capacity will jump nearly 20% in 2018 as new projects ramp up
The Gulf of Mexico's misty horizons
7 February 2018
While production will rise in 2018, the longer-term prospects are less positive
Clouds are forming in Nigeria
9 January 2018
The prospect of further violence in the Niger Delta risks undermining the country's efforts to woo investors back to the hydrocarbons sector with improved legislation
Kuwait's new dynamism
24 May 2017
The country wants to shake off its reputation for delays and energy sector in-fighting
Finding the sweet spot: Canadian conventional oil
19 April 2017
The oil sands get most of the attention and investment, but there is life in the country's oil sector beyond bitumen
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