Tagged With Ghana
Tullow to resume Gabon expansion
20 July 2021
The debt-burdened firm’s fortunes appear to be turning
Tullow sees progress in Kenya
21 June 2021
The company might not have given up on its Kenyan ambitions
Ex-Tullow CEO sees fresh African opportunities
18 May 2021
Paul McDade sees big opportunities among stranded assets in West Africa for his new company
Double trouble for West African upstream
27 April 2021
Corporate carbon goals and local regulatory regimes will determine whether the region’s deepwater sector can attract renewed interest from investors
Troubled Tullow mulls Kenya options
11 March 2021
The future of the Anglo-Irish independent’s Kenyan assets hangs in the balance as it puts its money on Ghana
Ghana prepares for LNG imports
10 March 2021
Robert Besseling, CEO of specialist intelligence company Pangea-Risk, explains why Ghana is about to start importing LNG despite having oil and gas reserves of its own
Gulf of Guinea piracy worsens
5 March 2021
Maritime regulators and the shipping industry issue warnings over escalating frequency, severity and range of pirate attacks
Tullow focuses on West Africa
1 February 2021
The Anglo-Irish producer is narrowing its scope for another transitional year
Kosmos sheds frontier portfolio
22 September 2020
Explorer divests non-core assets to cut costs and focus attention on proven basins
Guyana oil discovery does little to bolster Tullow
10 January 2020
An unwanted hat-trick of underwhelming oil finds fail to alleviate the whiff of crisis around troubled independent
Ghana aims to speed up
7 November 2019
Stranded asset concerns encourage west African nation to get its oil out as quickly as possible
Aker's Ghana project secures funding boost
17 July 2019
Aker Energy’s planned Deepwater Tano/Cape Three Points development is benefitting from a regional initiative
Tullow flags up African glitches
28 May 2019
One of the African oil sector's bellwethers lowers its production forecast
Sall to oversee Senegal's journey to first production
8 March 2019
West Africa's latest entrant to the hydrocarbons sector is expected to be producing oil and gas from 2022
Ghana starts to think big
25 January 2019
Big international energy firms’ interest in Ghanaian upstream acreage bolsters hopes for the future
West Africa aiming for global supplier status
10 January 2019
The region is making headway despite some output disruptions
LNG-to-power a hard nut to crack in Africa
2 January 2019
There is strong interest across the industry in making LNG-to-power work in sub-Saharan Africa, but nobody has yet cracked a structure that works
Tullow’s revival still faces production challenges
4 December 2018
Tullow Oil is to pay a dividend once more. But can it find the barrels to sustain its improving balance sheet?
Further finds needed in Ghana's offshore
29 May 2018
Exploration and production projects are being fast-tracked
West Africa—ready to blossom
12 February 2018
The region looks forward to a year of intensified oil and natural gas activity
Côte d’Ivoire's exploration drive rebooted
12 January 2018
Can an overhaul of concessions lure companies to the country's frontier acreage?
African competition hots up
11 January 2018
It's a tough environment for exploration, but some countries are making headway