Tagged With TotalEnergies
More IOCs jump on board Qatar’s new LNG trains
22 June 2022
QatarEnergy has doled out another 12.5pc of NFE equity
TotalEnergies first off the NFE blocks
15 June 2022
French firm’s Qatari LNG expansion stake is set to be the first in a queue
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
Asia continues long-term LNG supply quest
24 May 2022
South Korean utility is the latest to sign up for contractual volumes as the continent’s purchasers appear to put a greater premium on supply security than Europeans
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
TotalEnergies launches defamation action against French presidential candidate
24 March 2022
Green Party MEP had accused the firm of complicity in war crimes due to its stance on Russia’s invasion
Church of England investment funds lambast TotalEnergies
16 March 2022
The French firm’s decision not to follow its peers’ lead on Russia is back in the spotlight
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
French economy minister to talk to TotalEnergies and Engie
1 March 2022
The major has failed to go as far as European IOC peers
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
TotalEnergies hopes for better downstream year
25 February 2022
The French major aims to make up ground after its recovery lagged peers in 2020
TotalEnergies announces ‘significant’ Suriname discovery
23 February 2022
The news again highlights Suriname’s potential as a frontier basin
Brazil’s offshore remains buoyant
14 February 2022
The sector is attracting attention from both domestic and international firms
Uganda’s Lake Albert project reaches FID
2 February 2022
The development remains on track to start oil production in 2025
TotalEnergies quits Myanmar
25 January 2022
The French major is transferring its stake in the Yadana gas field to its partners
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
TotalEnergies and Inpex divest Angolan stakes
17 January 2022
The firms will sell their joint venture and its non-operating stakes to Angola’s Somoil
IOCs plot risky Libya return
13 December 2021
Despite the continuing threat that the country’s security situation could implode, oil firms are keen to get going again
Angola: short-cycle oil gains but gas travails?
10 December 2021
The country’s government may have different upstream development priorities to IOCs, with particular impact on the gas sector
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
Iraqi election results offer domestic gas promise
25 October 2021
A poor showing for Iranian-backed factions may add impetus to efforts to reduce import dependence
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
TotalEnergies sells Gladstone LNG facilities
14 July 2021
The French major continues to trim its portfolio
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
Brazil’s big spenders
1 July 2021
Upstream firms are opening their wallets again as offshore prospects look more lucrative
Total targets 2025 for first Uganda oil
14 June 2021
The French major plans to produce 190,000bl/d from six fields at the Tilenga development
Summer sun set to shine on European refining
25 May 2021
The warmer months ahead promise margins upside
Myanmar crisis puts IOCs in a bind
13 May 2021
Oil companies active in the country face difficult choices as pressure to disengage intensifies
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
Papua New Guinea risks LNG ambitions
22 April 2021
The county’s negotiating tactics are damaging its reputation among developers
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
Lake Albert oil project and pipeline get go-ahead
13 April 2021
The development will see Ugandan crude exported from the Tanzanian port of Tanga
Mozambique LNG still on course—Total
9 February 2021
Total's liquefaction project remains on schedule to come onstream in 2024 despite the country’s deteriorating security situation
Suriname plays exploration catch-up
25 January 2021
After years of drilling letdowns, the small Latin American nation is finally starting to prove its offshore potential
Tullow seeks state agreement on Turkana costs
19 October 2020
The project has resumed after a five-month halt, but doubts are growing over its future
Uganda oil start date in doubt despite crucial agreements
13 October 2020
Pipeline deal with Tanzania and agreement with Total raise hopes of FID—but go-ahead could be delayed until 2022
Mozambique projects adjust to life in a war zone
4 September 2020
The war in Cabo Delgado is intensifying, but work on Total’s LNG project continues
Canada’s oil sands under siege
28 August 2020
A scarcity of investment options is compounding the rapid exodus of international firms
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
Turkey drills in troubled waters
25 June 2020
The deployment of the Yavuz in a section of the Mediterranean claimed by Cyprus pushes the region closer to open conflict
Mozambique LNG in lockdown
28 April 2020
Total’s project is at the heart of the country’s Covid-19 outbreak, after an infected worker travelled from Maputo to remote Afungi facility
Total grabs a Ugandan bargain
23 April 2020
Major shows that distressed-seller opportunities are out there for buyers with more robust balance sheets
Suriname steps out of the shadows
17 April 2020
Latin American nation becomes latest upstream hotspot on further exploration success
Mozambique dreams jeopardised by insurgency
1 April 2020
The economic viability of LNG projects was undermined by crashing global energy prices and the problems are being compound by IS-linked militia attacks
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?
Gloom overshadows North Sea exploration hits
20 March 2020
Two pieces of good news in the UK and Norway are buried by cost-cutting and depressed prices
South Africa legislates for oil and gas future
31 January 2020
The Ramaphosa government proposes new rules amid increasing global competition for IOC’s capital
Mozambique battles to overcome insurgency
28 January 2020
An Islamic State affiliate has emerged as a serious threat to the gas projects in Cabo Delgado, but the authorities remain firmly in control
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