The Argos platform for the BP-operated $9 billion Mad Dog 2 project has arrived in the US after completing its 16,000-mile journey from South Korea.
Despite the political and social turmoil in Myanmar, South Korea’s Posco International is sending a second deep-water drilling rig to the troubled Southeast Asian state to continue development work at the Shwe gas field.
Ithaca Energy, of Aberdeen, has decided to forge ahead with a £400 million project to boost output from a UK North Sea oilfield.
Chevron will supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Japan’s Hokkaido Gas for five years starting April 2022 under a new deal.
Singapore-listed KrisEnergy – widely seen as a zombie company - is finally on the verge of collapse after production from its Apsara oilfield offshore Cambodia failed to meet expectations. Significantly, it should come as no surprise that the frontier basin disappointed.
New York City suffered another setback in its effort to make Exxon Mobil Corp., BP Plc and other energy companies help cover the public costs of dealing with climate change, as a federal appeals court ruled the global problem demands political rather than legal action.
Rystad Energy estimates that Chevron, based on the gas reserves of its discovered fields in Australia, holds the top position in terms of non-producing assets, totalling 21 trillion cubic feet (Tcf), among the major upstream companies operating in the country.
The Petrochemical & Refining Congress, co-hosted by Neste, celebrates its 5th Anniversary on 17-19th of May.
Oilfield services firm Expro has formed an exclusive partnership with FTAI Ocean for the supply of its well intervention vessel.
Aberdeen-headquartered EnerMech has been awarded a five-year contract extension with Chevron for oil and gas facilities in Western Australia.
More than A$50 billion ($40.5 billion) of necessary decommissioning work needs to be carried out on Australia’s offshore oil and gas infrastructure, over half of which must be started within the next ten years.
Analysts at Macquarie bank believe Thai upstream player PTT Exploration & Production (PTTEP) is set to outperform as it is bolstered by strong crude prices and the mitigation of risk that output will disappoint at Erawan.
Philippine business tycoons are eager to buy Shell’s stake in the deep-water Malampaya project. However, any potential suitors for the 45% interest, valued at between $250 million and $300 million by analysts at Rystad Energy, will need to bring strong technical skills to eek more gas out of the aging field.
Chevron has successfully cleaned up an oil spill from one of its pipes, at the Dumai Port in Riau, Indonesia, that is used to ship hydrocarbons from its Rokan Block.
Chevron has spilled an unknown quantity of oil from one of its pipes, at the Dumai Port in Riau, Indonesia, that is used to ship hydrocarbons from its Rokan Block.
Oil and gas giant Chevron has invested in a Swedish private investment company as it tries to expand its clean energy offering.
Chevron has reached first gas its Alen gas project, in Equatorial Guinea.
Thailand’s PTT Exploration & Production (PTTEP) reported it is having difficulty accessing the Chevron-operated Erawan gas field to install production facilities as planned, ahead of a handover next year.
Chevron has announced the launch of its $300 million Future Energy Fund II focused on technologies that have the potential to enable affordable, reliable, and ever-cleaner energy for all, it said.
Indonesian national oil company (NOC) Pertamina has so far failed to agree a commercial deal with Chevron for a key chemical formula that is critical for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) efforts at the legacy Rokan Block.
Chevron will supply 0.5 million tonnes per year of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Singapore under a carbon-conscious deal with the island nation’s Pavilion Energy.
The downturn brought by the Covid-19 pandemic and the accelerating energy transition has created a new reality for the world’s oil and gas industry, whose production will peak lower and earlier than expected before the 2020 market crisis, a Rystad Energy analysis shows.
Indonesian national oil company (NOC) Pertamina is seeking to farm-down stakes in some of its key domestic assets taken over from international oil companies (IOCs) exiting Indonesia.
Companies including the venture arms of BP and Chevron invested $40 million in a startup that aims to use the fossil fuel industry’s drilling experience to expand a technology that harvests low-carbon energy from heat below the earth’s surface.
SKK Migas, Indonesia’s upstream regulator, expects Eni to takeover Chevron’s giant Indonesia Deepwater Development (IDD) during the first quarter 2021. If the move comes to pass, expect other potential buyers, that could include Pertamina, Sinopec, Neptune Energy and Saka Energi, to be in the new IDD mix.