It may be in transition but the North Sea energy industry is always going to need good lawyers – and one of their ranks is lined up to speak at a tantalising online event focused on topics surrounding the green recovery and net zero.
Nigeria’s plans to overhaul its exploration and production sector through the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) fall short, according to Mariah Lucciano-Gabriel.
Shell and Equinor executives in Tanzania have issued a plea for the country to support the proposed LNG project in Lindi.
Sasol has launched plans to take a major step into the production of green hydrogen, both domestically in South Africa and in Germany.
Ocean Infinity has formed a joint venture with Gregg Drilling, in a step they say will reduce the environmental impact of offshore operations.
Former BP boss Lord John Browne has joined a leading global growth equity firm as a senior advisor, based in London.
Australia’s Origin Energy is progressing its export-scale liquid hydrogen project after signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Port of Townsville to collaborate on the potential expansion of the port, as well as the development of a liquefaction facility, new berth and associated infrastructure.
After losing his job last year due to the pandemic, an Aberdeen engineer is using his recent success to offer those in a similar situation employment.
Investors are in the dark about the financial implications of emissions from Woodside Petroleum’s proposed Scarborough liquefied natural gas (LNG) development at the North West Shelf offshore Western Australia, according to the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA)
Indonesian-listed MedcoEnergi is accelerating development of its offshore Block B in the Natuna Sea in Indonesia.