BP is due to deliver a first cargo of carbon neutral LNG to Mexico’s Energía Costa Azul (ECA) terminal today.
The United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia appear to have reached a compromise that will allow OPEC to continue in its moderation of the oil market.
Angola has received bids for all nine of its onshore blocks up for grabs in its 2020 licensing round, in the Lower Congo and Kwanza basins.
Dana Gas has more than doubled its collections from Kurdistan and Egypt in the first half of the year.
South Africa has enough petroleum products, the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) has reported.
New Age (African Global Energy) expects to bring on its Etinde gas project, in Cameroon, and Marine III, off Congo Brazzaville, in 2024.
Sapref has declared force majeure in response to unrest sweeping South Africa.
Tullow Oil has cut the amount it expects to produce this year, but is likely to approve the Simba development in Gabon later this year.
Shell Canada has set out plans for a large-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) project, in Alberta.
Nigeria has highlighted progress in maritime surveillance amid falling numbers of reported pirate attacks.
Karpowership SA is appealing against the decision by the South African government to reject its floating power plant plans.
ShaMaran Petroleum has struck a deal to buy an 18% stake in the Sarsang licence, in Kurdistan, from TotalEnergies.
TotalEnergies and Tellurian have parted ways over an ambitious LNG supply and shares agreement.
The G20 has signalled an increased interest in accepting carbon pricing to tackle climate change.
The new US administration is keen to claim its role in new African markets, while also working on efforts to tackle climate change.
Eni and Sonangol has signed production-sharing contracts (PSCs) for Blocks 27 and 28 with the Angolan regulator.
Qatar Petroleum (QP) has struck yet another LNG supply deal, agreeing to export 2 million tonnes per year to Korea Gas Corp. for 20 years.
Renergen’s P12 well has begun flowing gas, although at low levels, the company has reported.
Sonangol has launched a tender process for the Lobito refinery, which may have capacity of up to 200,000 barrels per day.
Nigeria LNG (NLNG) managing director and CEO Tony Attah will leave his role in August.
AXA will not support TotalEnergies’ East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP), the insurer told the StopEACOP alliance.
Australia’s Invictus Energy has scrapped a farm-in agreement for its Cabora Bassa project in Zimbabwe.
Rwanda will provide a 1,000-person force to Mozambique’s trouble Cabo Delgado Province to assist in a counter-insurgency programme.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) was established in 2015 to maximise economic recovery (MER) from the North Sea. Five years later, it launched its net zero strategy.
Nigeria’s two houses have passed versions of the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) but various groups remain unhappy, highlighting the challenges for the legislation ahead of presidential approval.