A general strike called in Nigeria to protest against higher fuel prices drew only partial compliance after the main unions failed to take a common stand following talks with the government and an injunction imposed by an industrial court.
Algeria will supply oil and other energy products to Jordan for the first time under a memorandum of understanding signed on Monday, as the OPEC member seeks to diversify sales after years of stagnating crude production.
Circle Oil has completed its infill drilling campaign on the North West Gemsa field in Egpt.
San Leon Energy is aiming to raise at least $200million through a share placing priced at a significant premium in order to fund the acquisition of an indirect interest in a producing oilfield in Nigeria.
Nigeria’s oil production has dropped again as a third major crude-export facility was disrupted, this time by accidental damage rather than militant attacks.
An explosion has rocked a Chevron oil pipeline in Nigeria's Delta region.
Radical militant group the Niger Delta Avengers has warned it will step up attacks unless oil firms left the region within two weeks.
Circle Oil's financial position remains "under significant pressure" and needs sustained improvement in payments from Egypt's state-owned oil company to shore up its cash position.
Fields responsible for the bulk of Libya’s oil exports will be forced to halt production within a month unless a blockade is lifted on the port of Marsa el-Hariga, according to the Tripoli-based National Oil Corp.
Kosmos Energy confirmed a "significant" gas discovery offshore Senegal.
Militants are increasingly targeting oil facilities in Nigeria with both Chevron and Shell assets coming under attack in recent days.
Sterling Energy has completed its withdrawal from the Ambilobe block offshore Madagascar.
US explorers aren’t the only ones idling rigs as sub-$50 crude forces oil and gas drillers in Africa to slow their search for new reserves.
Erin Energy has resumed production from the Oyo-8 well in Nigeria following the completion of well intervention work.
A tanker with oil from eastern Libya returned with its cargo to the North African country after the United Nations blacklisted the shipment, amid an escalating struggle between the nation’s rival governments for control of its crude wealth.
North-east company Eland Oil and Gas said tonight it aimed to raise about £10million from the sale of new shares.
Sterling Energy has confirmed it plans to pull out of the Ambilobe block in Madagascan waters by July.
The United Nations Security Council added a tanker carrying Libyan oil to its sanctions list in response to the latest dispute between competing powers in the North African country after Malta refused to allow the ship to dock.
Authorities in eastern Libya vowed to export more crude oil soon, two days after shipping their first cargo in defiance of a national unity government based in Tripoli and in spite of a UN official’s condemnation of such “illicit” sales.
Edenville Energy's relinquishing of three licences in Tanzania will allow the company to concentrate its resources on the Rukwa coal-to-power project in the south-west of the country it believes.
The boss of Aberdeen's Eland Oil and Gas said the company is keen to accelerate the first phase of development of its Gbetiokum field in Nigeria, and is aiming for production by the end of 2016.
Sterling Energy said its loss widened in the first quarter of 2016, as production from its Chinguetti field in Mauritania fell due to temporary flow assurance issues.
Eland Oil and Gas has completed the perforation of two new intervals in the Opuama 3 well in Nigeria and increased production from the two strings.
SacOil has decided against signing an African Renaissance Pipeline Project joint venture agreement.
Irish oil and gas independent Animex said it will look to begin reaping the rewards from a decade of exploration and development in Tanzania when Kiliwani North books its first reserves in country this year.