Shearwater GeoServices Holding has launched a new seismic source technology, Harmony.
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has found in favour of Somalia in a ruling on maritime boundaries in the Indian Ocean.
Eni has started up the Cabaça North development in Angola’s Block 15/06, adding another 15,000 barrels per day to the local hub.
Exports have resumed from a number of ports in Libya, with local protestors agreeing to end their occupation.
Aquaterra Energy has signed a master engineering and design service agreement to provide multiple of its Sea Swift platforms to Angola.
Cameroon Oil Transportation Co. (Cotco) has awarded work on the Kome-Kribi marine terminal to Maersk Supply Service.
France’s Bourbon will provide a logistics package to Shell for upcoming exploration wells offshore Namibia and Sao Tomé & Principe.
Nigeria has highlighted progress in maritime surveillance amid falling numbers of reported pirate attacks.
Congo Kinshasa has set out plans to tackle the threat – and opportunity – of gas under water in Lake Kivu.
PGS and ION Geophysical have completed a survey offshore Egypt using a new extended long offset (ELO) design.
The Tobruk power plant has leaked diesel and there are mounting fears of pollution spreading.
A final investment decision for the Etinde project in Cameroon has slipped once more, with Bowleven now tipping 2022.
The MT Ever Given remains stuck across the Suez Canal, driving up oil prices – and jokes on social media.
Egypt and Israel are working on plans to expand the East Mediterranean Gas Forum (EMGF) into energy security, electricity infrastructure and emissions controls.
The Nigerian Navy has expressed alarm over “inaccurate and unverified” reports on piracy in the Gulf of Guinea.
Acteon’s UTEC will begin survey work in April on the Coral Sul floating LNG (FLNG) project, offshore Mozambique.
The Nigerian military has committed to providing “maximum security” for the country’s oil and gas assets.
Egypt has launched its first bid round of 2021 and a new digital platform collaboration, with Schlumberger.
TechnipFMC has won subsea tie-back work on the NEA/NI project offshore Egypt.
Russia’s Lukoil has emerged as another suitor to buy MSGBC Basin-focused FAR, for A$220 million ($170mn).
A number of high-ranking BP executives have held talks with Egyptian Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Tarek El Molla amid preparations to begin the Raven project.
Shell is "reviewing" further sales of assets in Nigeria, the company said.
Shipping efficiency will play an important part in the energy transition, reducing emissions and cutting costs.
China Oilfield Services Limited (COSL) is expected to have another solid year in 2021 as offshore capital spending is set to surge to record levels in China.
Despite discussion around East Mediterranean’s gas having a global impact, it is locally that will be the most important, speakers at a recent event said.