Four companies are due to drill exploration wells in Ghana during the last quarter of this year, according to a government report. The Public Interest Accountability Committee (PIAC) also raised some concerns over tax payments by state-owned Ghana National Petroleum Corp. (GNPC).
Malaysia and Indonesia were the first countries in Southeast Asia to announce that carbon capture and storage (CCS) would play a role in decarbonising their industrial sectors. BP (LON:BP) in Indonesia, and Petronas in Malaysia, announced landmark projects in the oil and gas industry. However, while Indonesia has started having the right conversations around CCS, neighbouring Malaysia, and possibly even Thailand, appear to be making more progress within the region.
As demand surges Indonesia needs radical action and $200bn investment to revive upstream oil and gas
Unlike most governments in the economically developed Western world, Indonesia’s leaders are crying out for more upstream oil and gas investment. However, even as demand is projected to rise up to four times by 2050, Southeast Asia’s biggest economy is struggling to convince energy investors to come.
North Sea oil and gas revenues will make Scotland’s stubbornly high deficit smaller than that of the UK, an economic thinktank has predicted.
Saltend Chemicals Park owner, PX Group, has been awarded a 10-year Operations & Maintenance (O&M) contract by ReNew ELP at the world’s first commercial-scale plastic recycling plant.
Aberdeen-headquartered Altera Infrastructure (NYSE: ALIN-A) has said there will be no impact on its operations or employees as it enters a Chapter 11 bankruptcy process.
Veolia Environnement agreed to sell Suez’s waste activities in Britain to Macquarie Group for 2.4 billion euros (£2.01 billion) after the country’s antitrust authority raised competition concerns.
The Indonesian government is directing national oil company Pertamina to buy Shell’s (LON:SHEL) 35% equity in the proposed Abadi liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in the Masela Block offshore Indonesia that is led by Japan’s Inpex (TYO:1605).
Newly elected President Ferdinand Marcos Jr reiterated his support for more renewable energy, as well as nuclear power, and natural gas, in the Philippines, one of Southeast Asia’s fastest growing economies. The news comes as plans to import maiden liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes into the country have stuttered due to surging global prices.
AG&P aims to commission the Philippines' first liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal this December as part of the company’s strategy to operate five LNG regasification facilities across Asia by 2025.
As of 25 July, Westwood Global Energy reports that there are five exploration wells active, three in the Northern North Sea and two in the Norwegian Sea.
The public is being asked for their opinions on how Scotland’s energy sector can reach its net zero targets in a way that will benefit Scottish residents.
Climate change advisors have warned that UK Government plans for tackling global warming will not deliver on legal targets to cut emissions in the coming decades.
A small group of deep-pocketed companies increasingly dominates exploration and, as yet, they are avoiding the boom-and-bust mentality of previous oil cycles.
Reuters Events - announced the launch of Hydrogen North America 2022 (October 12-13, Houston, Texas). The two-day summit will unite policymakers and industry leaders to collaborate and foster a hydrogen society.
Thailand’s dependence on imported liquefied natural gas (LNG) continues to expand despite soaring global prices. Significantly, the increasing demand for LNG is being exacerbated by production declines across ageing domestic fields, particularly Erawan.
The euro area’s pandemic recovery would almost grind to a halt, while prices would surge even more quickly if there are serious disruptions to natural-gas supplies from Russia, according to new projections from the European Commission.
Oil and gas leaders including Chevron, ExxonMobil and BP to unlock secrets of data-driven opportunities for upstream this June
The foremost digital strategists of the oil and gas sector will descend on Houston, Texas, this June to reveal unique insights into data-driven operations.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet with key oil and gas producers to discuss the industry’s role in shoring up the country’s supplies, following up on a new energy security strategy announced by the government earlier this month.
Italian energy giant Eni is preparing to open ruble accounts at Gazprombank JSC, allowing it to potentially comply with Russian demands that gas must be paid for in local currency, according to people familiar with the matter.
A group of investors led by BlackRock Real Assets and Mubadala Investment Co. infused 40 billion rupees ($525 million) into the renewable energy unit of Tata Power Co., the Mumbai-based company said.
The merger between Woodside and BHP’s entire petroleum business will see the combined decommissioning costs for the new super independent hit $6.7 billion over the next 30 years, according to Woodside’s prospectus filed to the London Stock Exchange this week.
Oil resumed its decline as China’s virus resurgence worsened, raising concerns about demand from the world’s biggest crude importer.
A multi-national partnership aims to establish what could be the first green e-methanol plant in Southeast Asia. The partnership, which includes Thailand’s PTT Exploration & Production (PTTEP), aims to establish Asia’s first green e-methanol plant which converts captured biogenic carbon dioxide (CO2) into green e-methanol, a low carbon fuel.
Oil prices have fallen to levels that don’t reflect the risk of disruptions to Russian exports or the ability of China to keep the coronavirus pandemic under control, according to the world’s biggest independent crude trader.