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Uruguay aims to benefit from frontier fever
27 June 2022
South American nation emerges as potentially promising new upstream province
South Africa’s Gazania development advances
22 June 2022
Independent able to progress South African plans in contrast to Shell’s legal setbacks last year
Shell and Equinor back Tanzania’s LNG ambitions
20 June 2022
Pre-agreement signals hope for the country’s stalled liquefaction plans
Letter from London: A tale of two sectors
7 June 2022
Africa’s upstream is heavily populated by companies headquartered in London, where an increasingly positive environment for independents contrasts with the public pressure on the majors
Baghdad risks wasting its moment
30 May 2022
Political paralysis is preventing Iraq from capitalising on renewed international enthusiasm for upstream investment
Letter from South Africa: Optimism reigns but challenges lurk
10 May 2022
Large discoveries alone are not enough to guarantee Namibia makes a success of Africa’s most promising frontier
Shell Canada makes its licence-to-operate case
27 April 2022
The subsidiary is in lockstep with its parent in the IOC-to-IEC pivot
Shell’s refining margins jump above $10/bl
7 April 2022
The major’s downstream economics are almost 300pc improved year-on-year
SNP rows back on North Sea drilling opposition
25 March 2022
Scotland’s largest political party recognises that the Ukraine crisis has changed the game
LNG buyers under pressure to adapt
4 March 2022
Expectations for robust demand growth and constrained supply mean LNG buyers and policymakers will increasingly need to mitigate wild price swings
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
Miro stake left on Shell’s European refining to-do list
28 February 2022
The major has sold two assets and will futureproof two others, meaning only its share in the German JV remains for divestment
Shell sees looming LNG supply gap
22 February 2022
The gap between supply and demand will be larger and happen sooner than previously thought, the major says
Shell ruling casts shadow over South Africa
24 January 2022
The court’s decision on the major’s seismic survey could have wider implications for the country’s upstream
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
Letter from Africa: West African deepwater developers face FPSO choice
2 November 2021
Decision may prove critical to the viability of the next tranche of regional projects
Shell and Octopus join ‘Big Six’ in backstopping UK supplier collapses
30 September 2021
Oil major and established independent step in as smaller new gas and power market entrants flounder
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
Shell makes Malaysian FID
3 September 2021
Peak production on the Timi gas development is forecast at 50,000bl/d oe
Malaysia awards another offshore block to Shell
29 July 2021
The major has been awarded another block by NOC Petronas, but government involvement remains vital
Shell greenlights Whale venture
29 July 2021
Gulf of Mexico FIDs may be waning, but latest approval shows they can still be viable
Malaysian indie Hibiscus eyes regional growth
16 July 2021
The company’s expansion will not end with its recent acquisition of Repsol assets in Southeast Asia, says managing director Kenneth Pereira
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
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
Letter from London: How will scope three emissions work in practice?
7 June 2021
Carbon intensity of upstream production could become a mere sideshow as and when decisions are made over the allocation of a barrel of oil’s carbon footprint across the value chain
Shell divests Philippine gas stake
27 May 2021
Shell has agreed to sell its stake in Malampaya, the Philippines’ largest productive gas field, as the major continues an aggressive programme of divestments
US refining makes a comeback
25 May 2021
The sector struggled to offset crushing demand losses in 2020, but recent M&A shows momentum change
Colombian protests threaten output
11 May 2021
Demonstrations against proposed tax reform have spread across the country, with an impact on oil and gas
Malaysia sweetens upstream deals
7 May 2021
The country is taking measures to encourage IOC interest in its latest licensing round
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
Gulf of Mexico set to gather momentum
19 April 2021
Buoyed by stronger oil prices and demand recovery, the region has plenty of projects on the roster
Namibia's upstream defies downturn
19 April 2021
Large-scale, deepwater prospects continue to draw deep-pocketed investors
Iraq’s upstream shows signs of life
19 April 2021
Baghdad is once again looking towards much higher long-term capacity goals
New LNG markets prove tough nuts to crack
8 April 2021
Floating storage and regasification has reduced entry barriers for aspiring LNG importers. But opening up a new market remains a tricky business
Decarbonising LNG: the heat is on
31 March 2021
When the largest buyer in the largest consuming country commits to net-zero emissions by 2050, suppliers must start to respond. And they are
LNG trade trends defy assumed truths
31 March 2021
The inexorable rise of spot trading may be losing momentum as the market finds new ways to balance
LNG’s buoyant brave new world
29 March 2021
The industry’s big players remain optimistic despite the headwinds of the last two years
LNG central to Asian net-zero emissions strategies—Shell
26 February 2021
Major consuming countries’ net-zero emissions targets will drive rather than hinder growth, with trade set to double by 2040
Shell sees common trends in its transition scenarios
16 February 2021
Certain themes dominate across the range of the major’s view of potential futures
Tanzania’s LNG ambitions fade
15 February 2021
The East African country has struggled to make progress on proposed liquefaction developments and the window of opportunity may have already closed
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
Impact eyes double farm-out after South Africa expansion
17 November 2020
London-based Impact Oil & Gas bets deepwater exploration has been substantially derisked by nearby mega gas finds
Somalia poised for oil-based transformation
13 November 2020
The government hopes that promising geology and attractive fiscal terms will attract the interest of IOCs to develop its offshore oil discoveries
Ambiguities dull lustre of carbon-neutral LNG
22 September 2020
The complexity and cost of pricing carbon emissions from LNG’s full lifecycle will likely deter adoption—so a narrower approach may work better
LNG growth hinges on price, say buyers and sellers
16 September 2020
The biggest opportunity for LNG growth—coal-to-gas switching in Asia—will materialise only if LNG is realistically priced
Covid-19 a ‘dress rehearsal for peak oil and gas’ – Shell
14 September 2020
The impacts of the coronavirus on energy consumption and prices hold crucial lessons for when oil and gas demand peak, says Maarten Wetselaar
Somali regulator plots course through political quagmire
3 September 2020
The establishment of the Somali Petroleum Authority and launch of a licensing round may be undermined if the replacement of the ousted prime minister is not seen as legitimate
Canadian LNG industry strikes a defiant note
3 August 2020
A lobby group for exports foresees a bright future despite a long history of setbacks
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