Adnoc has brought forwards its plans to reach 5 million barrels per day of production, while boosting reserves and setting out plans for an IPO of a new gas unit.
TotalEnergies and Eni have reached a deal with Israel allowing them to begin exploration in Lebanon’s Block 9.
NewMed Energy has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MoU) to supply natural gas, and develop blue hydrogen, for delivery into Europe with Uniper.
Energean has added another 13 billion cubic metres of gas offshore Israel at its Zeus exploration well, with one more well to drill.
Energean has reached first gas from its Karish field, offshore Israel, with more wells coming online over the next month.
Adnoc Drilling has drilled a new world record for the longest well, at the Upper Zakum concession.
Saipem has won a $4.5 billion contract from Qatargas for two offshore gas compression complexes.
Israel and Lebanon have reached a draft agreement, settling the maritime dispute that had threatened energy developments.
Shelf Drilling has signed a five-year contract for its recently acquired Shelf Drilling Victory in the Arabian Gulf.
Israel has approved “certain testing procedures” for Energean, allowing the company to begin tests as its Karish gas field.
Adnoc Offshore has awarded a $1.53 billion contract to the company’s Adnoc Drilling unit.
Energean’s Hermes exploration well has found 7-15 billion cubic metres of gas, encouraging the company on its other prospects and adding another well slot.
Greenpeace International has named ExxonMobil, OMV and TotalEnergies as companies involved in storing crude on the FSO Safer, the ailing ship offshore Yemen.
Trillion Energy International’s Uranus rig has arrived on site for drilling offshore Turkey, with the aim of bringing on new gas production by the end of October.
Adnoc and Eni have held high-level talks on accelerating development at the Ghasha sour gas project, in a bid to increase global supply.
Adnoc Offshore has awarded a $548 million contract on a new main gas line to National Petroleum Construction Co. (NPCC).
Saudi Arabia’s ADES has struck a deal to buy seven jack-ups from Seadrill for $628 million in cash.
The appeal to raise $80 million to prevent an oil slick disaster off Yemen has come a little closer following a $1.2mn donation from HSA Group.
Adnoc Drilling has bought its fourth jack-up rig this year, bringing its total to 28, one of the largest such fleets in the world.
Chevron and partners are keen to increase gas exports to Israel’s neighbours and have made a bid to secure all capacity in a proposed pipeline to Egypt.
Gazprom signed a deal in July to help National Iranian Oil Co. (NIOC) develop Iranian projects, but Rystad Energy has warned Russia lacks the required metallurgical supplies.
Adnoc has awarded a $1.17 billion contract to its Adnoc Logistics & Services (L&S) unit to provide 13 self-propelled jack-up barges.
McDermott International has won a front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract from QatarEnergy (QE) under the North Field expansion project.
Hezbollah head Hassan Nasrallah has issued a new threat to Israel’s activities offshore, including around Energean’s Karish development.
Adnoc Logistics & Services is buying Zakher Marine International (ZMI), an Abu Dhabi-based owner operator of offshore support vessels (OSVs).