Sonatrach has signed gas agreements with Eni following a high-level meeting in Algiers.
Sasol has signed a deal to sell its indirect stake in the Escravos gas-to-liquids (GTL) plant, in Nigeria, to Chevron.
Ghana has made considerable progress in distributing power to its citizens, but talks are under way in order to make this process more sustainable.
Eni has found gas offshore Egypt, in the Nile Delta’s North El Hammad licence.
Egypt has lost its bid seeking more time in its dispute with Union Fenosa Gas (UFG), over a failure to supply gas to a liquefaction plant at Damietta.
Talks are under way to restart Libya’s oil exports.
Oceaneering has won inspection work in Angola from a Chevron subsidiary.
Voting at Gulf Marine Services’ (GMS) AGM has seen three board members being rejected for reappointment by shareholders – while the company has opted to reappoint two of them anyway.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun has condemned planned Israeli exploration in contested waters.
When BP sold off its Zambian fuel marketing business in 2010 to Puma Energy, it appeared to be a fairly straightforward example of a super major dispensing with non-core assets.
Shell’s Bonga field completed maintenance last week and is ramping production back up, despite some isolated cases of coronavirus.
Russian mercenaries are reported to have arrived at the Sharara oilfield, Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) has said.
Work on Nigeria’s Ajaokuta-Kaduna-Kano gas pipeline is due to begin on June 30.
A South African court has found irregularities in a deal to supply fuel to the City of Tshwane.
Sonatrach and Total have agreed to extend their LNG supply deal for another three years.
Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) saw a more than 300% decline in earnings in March as crude prices plummeted.
Uganda National Oil Co. (UNOC) has invited companies to participate with it in the upcoming bid round.
San Leon Energy’s Nigerian production held steady in 2019 as downtime and pipeline losses reduced exports.
United Oil & Gas (UOG) has increased its net production from Egypt’s Abu Sennan concession by 69%, while also reporting a reserve boost.
Australia’s FAR is in default for its payments due on the Sangomar field, following recent talk of delays in Senegal’s upstream plans.
Nigeria’s Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has called for oil company and government personnel to follow rules and document procedures in order to tackle the pandemic.
Turkey has criticised French President Emmanuel Macron for his comments on Libya, as external actors amp up their rhetoric on the need for action.
Woodside Petroleum has denied that first oil from the Sangomar field will be delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
A group of international investors is buying a stake in ADNOC’s gas pipeline assets, which are valued at $20.7 billion.
Oryx Petroleum has cut operating expenses by 21% and is focused on slimmed down operations in Kurdistan for the near future.