TotalEnergies plans to continue pressing ahead with short-cycle projects in Angola but also add a new hub on the Cameia-Golfhino finds.
Arabian Drilling Co., a Saudi Arabian oilfield-services company partly owned by Schlumberger NV, took only hours to garner enough investor orders to fully cover an initial public offering that could raise as much as 2.67 billion riyals ($710 million).
Nigeria’s upstream regulator is launching an investigation into the country’s production woes, saying there is more than just oil theft to blame.
Eni and Petroci have awarded two contracts for work in Cote d’Ivoire to Saipem, worth around 1 billion euros ($956 million).
Uganda’s government struck a defiant tone at an oil conference in Kampala, warning Europe to focus on its own problems and setting out plans for a new licensing round.
Yara Clean Ammonia has joined up with the HyPilot project, alongside Hystar, Equinor and Gassco.
Nord Stream 1 and 2 have sprung a number of leaks simultaneously, releasing gas into the environment.
Greenpeace International has named ExxonMobil, OMV and TotalEnergies as companies involved in storing crude on the FSO Safer, the ailing ship offshore Yemen.
Oman’s OQ has set out a number of stratagems for the energy transition, but for 2021 emissions increased.
Adnoc Drilling has signed a sale and purchase agreement to buy two more premium jack-up rigs, for $140 million.
A proposed natural gas pipeline running from Tanzania to Uganda may have a positive environmental impact in a region where the majority of households still cook using charcoal or wood, according to Patrick Mweheire, Standard Bank Group’s regional chief executive officer for East Africa.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has signed agreements on securing new energy supplies during a visit to United Arab Emirates President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed.
Equatorial Guinea has approved the Venus plan of development hatched by Vaalco Energy, targeting first oil in 2026.
Australia’s Invictus Energy has begun drilling the Mukuyu-1 exploration well in Zimbabwe.
Europe can rebalance its gas supply and replace Russian gas imports before 2030, but will have to take some tough decisions on LNG.
TotalEnergies has signed up to take a 9.375% stake in Qatar’s next phase of LNG expansion, North Field South (NFS).
Energean has started up a new well on its Abu Qir concession, in Egypt. Abuqir Petroleum, a joint venture of Egyptian General Petroleum Corp. (EGPC) and Energean, has completed a new sidetrack, the NA/Q-PII#6 ST.
Cameroon has renegotiated its refinery debt with trader Vitol, bringing it into line with an agreement reached last year with domestic banks.
Starsight Energy and SolarAfrica have set out a plan to merge and expand into new areas, particularly Francophone West Africa.
Ethiopia has terminated the Poly-GCL licence given a lack of progress in developing the Calub and Hilala gas fields.
Reconnaissance Energy Africa has struck a definitive deal with Namcor to swap increase its ownership in the Kavango Basin licence.
Zenith Energy has made an offer to take over Block 1 offshore Benin, which holds the Sèmè oilfield.
In this day and age, there is no space for a small cap oil company, according to TransGlobe Energy CEO and president Randy Neely, making the case for a tie up with Vaalco Energy.
TotalEnergies has awarded a contract to McDermott International for work on the Begonia project, offshore Angola.
Chairman of SDX Energy Michael Doyle has stepped down with the company taking the first steps with support from a new major shareholder, Aleph Commodities.