Senegal’s government has approved the plan to develop the Woodside Energy-led Sangomar field.
Russia and Turkey have called for a ceasefire in Libya, to come into force as of midnight January 12.
Russia officially opened its TurkStream natural gas pipeline on Wednesday, further diversifying export routes to Europe amid a backlash from the U.S.
Nigerian Petroleum Development Co. (NPDC) has issued an invitation for companies to pre-qualify for work on OML 49, where the subsidiary of Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) works with Chevron.
Pharos Energy’s Egyptian assets have increased production slower than expected but should overtake the company’s Vietnamese volumes this year.
SDX Energy has increased its resources at South Disouq, in Egypt, by 35%, according to a report by Gaffney, Cline & Associates (GCA).
Australia’s FAR has awarded a contract to acquire 3D seismic in The Gambia to Shearwater GeoServices.
Sempra Energy has signed a deal with Saudi Aramco on future work at the Port Arthur LNG export project, in Texas.
The proposed East Mediterranean gas pipeline will be “impossible” without consent from Turkey, according to Northern Cyprus’ Prime Minister Ersin Tatar.
Confidence continues to return for offshore work, with offshore seismic companies reporting improved performance from contract work, while multi-client continues to lag.
Qatar Petroleum (QP) has signed up to supply Kuwait with 3 million tonnes per year of LNG for 15 years, under an agreement with Kuwait Petroleum Corp. (KPC).
Eskom’s new CEO Andre de Ruyter has begun his tenure, faced with a major challenge of how to address the company’s debt load and power outs.
Lekoil has set out plans to raise a $184 million loan from the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) to fund work on the OPL 310 area, offshore Nigeria.
A counter offer has emerged for Anglo African Oil & Gas (AAOG), following Zenith Energy’s offer at the beginning of the week.
The civil war in Libya is escalating as mercenaries, supplied by Turkey, have been mobilised to support the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA).
Egypt has licensed a number of areas, including the award of around 7,000 square km to ExxonMobil in the offshore.
Piracy continues to threaten shipping approaching Nigeria’s maritime space, with the LNG Lokoja vessel attacked on December 28, Dryad Global has reported.
Zenith Energy has struck a first deal in Africa with an agreement to buy an 80% stake in the local unit of troubled Anglo African Oil & Gas (AAOG) in Congo Brazzaville.
Nigeria LNG (NLNG) has taken the final investment decision (FID) on Train 7, the long-awaited expansion project that will take the project’s capacity to 30 million tonnes per year.
Working in different locations presents various logistical problems for companies – a problem Progressive TSL aims to tackle.
Angolan production has continued to decline, falling to 1.284 million barrels per day in November, making the government’s efforts to overhaul its energy sector and attract new investment ever more important.
Australian LNG exports will rise to 81 million tonnes in 2019-20, according to the country’s new Resources and Energy Quarterly (REQ), although the value of these will decline.
Lekoil has paid off its debt to Shell Western Supply and Trading through the raising of a new loan from FBNQuest Merchant Bank.
TGS and PetroData intend to carry out Nigeria’s first multibeam and seafloor sampling (MB&SS) study. Results will be available early in the second quarter of 2020.
Gas investments in the Middle East and North African (MENA) region are declining, according to a report from Saudi Arabia-based Arab Petroleum Investments Corp. (APICORP).