The Dutch activist fund that has filed shareholder resolutions pressuring major oil companies in Europe to take action on climate change has set its sights on the U.S.
Chevron will move forward with the massive Anchor project in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico that carries an initial development cost of $5.7 billion.
Chevron’s boss told an American TV host that “good isn’t good enough” last night as his firm undertook a more than £10 billion write-down.
Saudi Arabia's oil company Aramco has begun trading for the first time, gaining 10% in its first moments on the market in a dramatic debut that pushed its value to 1.88 trillion dollars, higher than any other listed company in the world.
Chevron Corp. expects to write down as much as $11 billion in the fourth quarter, more than half of it from its Appalachia natural gas assets after a slump in prices.
Reuters DecomWorld confirm over 30 international E&P’s to Join 12th annual decommissioning summit in Houston, 2020
DecomWorld – part of Reuters Events- today announced the confirmation of over 30 international E&P delegations to attend their 12th Annual D&A Summit (March 31 – 1 April, Houston).
Decommissioning Southeast Asia’s aging oilfields offers a vast but challenging market opportunity.
Well construction firm DeltaTek has announced it won more than £1.5 million in contract awards in 2019.
Aberdeen’s Ithaca Energy said today that “quick payback” projects had boosted production at the company, which recently bought most of Chevron’s North Sea portfolio.
Companies are decommissioning more efficiently in the UK continental shelf (UKCS), allowing them to carry out more work for the same amount of investment.
A new system which can supply electricity over distances of up to 600 kilometres and down to waters depths with pressures that could shatter a brick has passed a trial with flying colours.
Global giants of the oil and gas industry – the so-called supermajors – are looking to sell assets that could fetch a total $27.5 billion, according to Rystad Energy’s latest assessment.
Increasingly more recoverable barrels of oil and gas around the world are coming from corporate mergers and acquisitions, and not from traditional exploration.
DecomWorld – part of Reuters Events- today announced the global E&P delegations already confirmed to attend their 2020 Decommissioning and Abandonment Summit along with an international operator speaker faculty
Ithaca Energy’s boss said yesterday that the enlarged company was “raring to go” after completing the £1.6 billion acquisition of US firm Chevron’s UK North Sea business.
Israeli firm Delek Group's Aberdeen-based subsidiary, Ithaca Energy, has completed the acquisition of Chevron’s UK North Sea business.
The waste and pollution of natural gas in the Permian Basin reached new record highs yet again in the third quarter, according to a report from the Norwegian research firm Rystad Energy.
A leading petroleum economist has said there are “positive signs” that a new law is making an impact on North Sea deals, a year on since it came into effect.
Hungarian oil firm Mol Group has confirmed today that it will buy up Chevron's mid-stream interests in Azerbaijan for more than £1.2 billion.
Chevron Corp. reported a net income of $2.58 billion in the third quarter, down from $4.05 billion in the same quarter last year, and missed Wall Street expectations.
Slumping energy prices, sluggish global demand and shrinking chemical margins are weighing on the oil industry as its biggest names prepare to announce quarterly results to investors demanding ever-higher payouts.
The U.S. has forfeited some $18 billion tied to oil and gas production in the Gulf of Mexico since 2000 because of a decades-old law that gave energy companies a break on paying royalties when drilling in deep waters, federal investigators concluded Thursday.
A newly-formed oil firm claimed on Tuesday night that it had captured stakes in four producing North Sea fields through the acquisition of Endeavour Energy UK (EEUK).
A unit of Delek Group Ltd. is seeking alternative means of financing to complete its $2 billion acquisition of some of Chevron Corp.’s North Sea oil and gas assets after initial funding arrangements hit stumbling blocks, according to people familiar with the matter.
Nigeria is seeking to recover as much as $62billion (£50.6bn) from international oil companies, using a 2018 Supreme Court ruling the state says enables it to increase its share of income from production-sharing contracts.