Total E&P Uganda has signed conditional letters of award for surface facilities and drilling packages under its Tilenga project, in western Uganda.
Sound Energy is buying out partner Schlumberger from its position in shared eastern Moroccan acreage.
Reconnaissance Energy Africa has signed a joint operating agreement (JOA) with Namcor.
TotalEnergies has chosen McDermott and Sinopec International Petroleum Service Corp. to carry out work Uganda’s Tilenga project.
Trident Energy will begin drilling in Equatorial Guinea’s Block G on June 22, following the arrival of the Sapphire Driller rig.
Lekoil has sacked its CEO Olalekan Akinyanmi with immediate effect, the company has said.
Sasol has signed agreements to supply gas and LPG, allowing work to begin on the up-, mid- and downstream to begin in Mozambique.
Canada’s Reconnaissance Energy Africa has found further evidence of a working petroleum system in the Kavango Basin, in the first section of its second well.
Savannah Energy is in talks to buy ExxonMobil’s entire up- and midstream portfolio in Chad and Cameroon.
Tullow Oil’s non-executive chair Dorothy Thompson will step down from the board, triggering a search for a replacement.
The joint venture working at Abu Sennan has started production from a well only two months after the discovery, United Oil & Gas has said.
Reconnaissance Energy Africa continues to come under fire from various sources, including short sellers, but it has received public affirmation for its plans from local government in Namibia.
Valaris has won a one-well contract from TotalEnergies for work in Cote d’Ivoire, as operations begin to resume in the West African state.
Nigeria’s Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has completed the distribution of marginal fields to indigenous companies.
BP is considering the transfer of its assets in Algeria to Eni, according to a report from Reuters.
Nigeria’s government expects new marginal fields to begin producing in 2022, as signature bonuses flow in and work is near getting under way.
Ugandan police have arrested an NGO member and an Italian journalist, in a move seemingly linked to an investigation of Total’s Tilenga project.
Gazprom EP International has restarted production in Libya, where it works with Wintershall Dea.
Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) has signed an agreement with its partners on OML 118, home of the Bonga field.
A lack of co-operation between Eni and Springfield E&P in Ghana risks losing the state $6.34 billion, the Institute for Energy Studies (IES) has warned.
Somalia has denied reports that the resumption of diplomatic relations with Kenya stems from an oil-sharing agreement on the offshore.
South African Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy Gwede Mantashe has raised the prospect of gas discoveries in the Karoo.
Equinor is the latest company to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Algeria’s Sonatrach.
ADM Energy has provided a clarification on a potential investor, following a number of questions.
Vaalco Energy has a new CEO and a strategy that aims to place the company among its West Africa-focused peers on the London market.