A team from Russia’s Rosgeo has arrived in Equatorial Guinea and begun geological mapping in the mainland Rio Muni area.
Chevron Nigeria has set out plans to cut 25% of its staff in response to oil price weakness.
In a world where control and COVID together seem an oxymoron, Steve Bruce, Product Director at Idox shares his insights into where and how energy players can exert tighter control over projects to reduce cost and risk.
Oyo State has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Shell Nigeria Gas.
Sonangol has announced plans for the construction of a scientific research and innovation centre by 2021.
LyondellBasell is to buy a 50% stake in Sasol’s US base chemicals business for $2 billion.
Israel and Lebanon have begun discussions on shared boundaries, under an agreement brokered by the US.
Bourbon Mobility has struck a deal to oversee personnel logistics for Subsea 7, on Angola's Zinia 2.
Golar LNG has reached a new project schedule for the Greater Tortue Ahmeyim project, a floating LNG (FLNG) plan offshore Mauritania and Senegal.
Speakers talking about Mozambique at the Energy Industries Council’s (EIC) virtual Energy Exports Conference (VEEC) were keen to stress local benefits.
The first of Koeberg’s new replacement steam generators arrived at the plant on September 29, Eskom has reported.
The energy industry has historically been reticent to share information but MapStand hopes to break down this barrier and allow more people to see more data.
Adnoc has begun trading derivatives via its Adnoc Trading (AT) unit, marking a step for the NOC to become an increasingly sophisticated market player.
Following the court ruling earlier this month, Nigeria has won another victory over P&ID.
Companies working in Nigeria’s energy sector have called for a faster rate of change from the government.
Qatar Petroleum (QP) has placed an order with Baker Hughes for multiple main refrigerant compressors for the North Field East (NFE) project.
Legislators in the Nigerian Senate have pledged to break the “jinx” around the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) and bring about reforms in the oil sector.
The number of class actions being pursued in the UK is on the rise and has been for several years but there remains a learning curve.
Natural gas demand fell only 3% in 2020 as a result of COVID-19 but its future is looking bleaker, a new report from S&P Global has warned.
Saudi Aramco has sent 40 tonnes of blue ammonia to Japan, for use in zero-carbon power generation.
Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) has reached a deal with unions, preventing what had been tipped as being the largest strike in Nigeria’s recent history.
Adnoc Logistics and Services (L&S) has signed a deal to provide a range of marine services for all petroleum ports in Abu Dhabi.
Fluor has reported a restating of previous results and a decision not to participate in competitively bid lump-sum projects.
Ghana has reached an amended deal with Cenit Energy, which should save the country more than $200 million.
Upland Resources is closing in on the reprocessing of seismic on what could be an area of interest in Tunisia.