“Remote operations” is more than just a buzzword for Xocean’s chief executive, and he’s got the boats to prove it.
Total SE announced an $8.1 billion writedown after the push to curb carbon emissions and the coronavirus pandemic challenged assumptions about the long-term viability of some oil and gas assets.
Norwegian energy services firm Aker Solutions has clinched a five-year contract extension from ExxonMobil to provide a range of services on the Hebron platform, offshore Newfoundland.
The impact of coronavirus has not been felt as strongly by the gas industry as oil, Rystad Energy’s CEO Jarand Rystad has said, although increasing LNG production seems set to keep prices under pressure this year.
Construction work on Canada’s major Keystone XL pipeline looks poised to stall mere weeks after the controversial project was given the green light by TransCanada (TC) Energy.
Actions taken by producer states under the OPEC+ banner, coupled with moving oil into storage, should see a stock draw of 4.7 million barrels per day in the second half of 2020, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has said in its recent Oil Market Report (OMR).
i3 Energy plans to buy out a “struggling” Canadian oil and gas firm and list on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX).
As oil crashes due to the impact of the coronavirus, it’s easy to overlook an even more dismal reality for producers: the real prices they’re getting for their barrels are worse still.
TransGlobe Energy has responded to the oil market’s recent plunge by slashing planned spending in 2020, from $37.1 million to $7.1mn.
The leading representative body for the UK’s offshore oil and gas industry is heading to St Johns, Newfoundland to a seminar focused on sustainability and international trends in oil and gas.
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Oil demand will reach 101 million barrels per day in 2020, OPEC’s World Oil Outlook (WOO) has said.
Capital keeps marching out of Canada’s oil industry, with Kinder Morgan Inc.’s sale of its remaining holdings in the country on Wednesday adding to more than $30 billion of foreign-company divestitures in the past three years.
Chevron Corp. is seeking approval to modify its plans for a liquefied natural gas export facility on Canada’s Pacific Coast to an all-electric design that it says will result in the lowest greenhouse-gas emissions per ton of LNG of any large project in the world.
A former vice president of Marathon Oil has joined the board of Scottish firm Cairn Energy.
An oil and gas firm has uncovered a dinosaur skeleton amid an excavation in Canada.
While Alberta’s plan to mandate OPEC-style production cuts already is boosting oil prices and shares, the revival of Canada’s resource nationalism adds another layer of risk for investors to consider.
Almost two years after Exxon Mobil Corp. removed billions of barrels of oil-sands crude from its reserves, its Imperial Oil Ltd. unit is investing again, saying low Canadian crude prices that scared off the other majors make it a perfect time to build.
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Shell said today that it had taken a final investment decision (FID) on LNG Canada, a major liquified natural gas (LNG) project in Kitimat, British Columbia.
The developers of a £23.8 billion project to export Canadian natural gas are taking on a bold strategy: build now and worry about buyers later.
An Aberdeen-based oil field technology firm has re-entered the Canadian market after being buoyed by a recent investment.
Saudi Arabia has ordered the Canadian ambassador to leave the ultraconservative kingdom within 24 hours after his nation criticised the recent arrest of women's rights activists.
Canadian oil firm Husky has booked the Henry Goodrich rig for another year for a job off the country’s east coast. The contract is expected to start in the fourth quarter. Transocean said the contract backlog was $100 million.
A flurry of activity in a remote Canadian town is raising optimism that Royal Dutch Shell Plc and its partners are ready to go ahead with the nation’s largest infrastructure project: a C$40 billion ($30 billion) liquefied natural gas terminal that could at last unlock energy exports to Asia.