Eni’s Agogo field has begun producing, a statement from Angola’s Agência Nacional de Petróleo, Gás e Biocombustíveis (ANPG) has said.
While high-level meetings continue in trying to bring some sort of resolution to Libya’s conflict, the National Oil Corp. (NOC) has continued producing hydrocarbons and its commitment to transparency.
The hull of the Coral Sul floating LNG (FLNG) has been launched at a ceremony in Geoje, in South Korea, on schedule.
The Energy Transition and Extinction Rebellion may have led the energy news agenda and stimulated reflection in many E&P boardrooms in 2019, but the impact on exploration drilling is not yet apparent.
Congo Kinshasa is forming a plan to take back two oil blocks from sanctioned Israeli billionaire Dan Gertler and sell them to another company.
Westwood Global Energy reports that as of December 31 there were two active exploration wells drilling in the UK.
Egypt has licensed a number of areas, including the award of around 7,000 square km to ExxonMobil in the offshore.
Nigeria LNG (NLNG) has taken the final investment decision (FID) on Train 7, the long-awaited expansion project that will take the project’s capacity to 30 million tonnes per year.
Angolan production has continued to decline, falling to 1.284 million barrels per day in November, making the government’s efforts to overhaul its energy sector and attract new investment ever more important.
Southeast Asia and Australia are set to take centre stage in the region’s upstream M&A activity as private equity companies sense a value opportunity.
Ghana’s Springfield Exploration and Production has found oil in two areas at its Afina-1 well on its West Cape Three Points (WCTP) Block 2, offshore Ghana.
Ghanaian President Nana Addo Akufo-Addo has ceremonially launched the generation of electricity, using gas from the Sankofa field.
News last week that Russian firm Zarubezhneft was being considered for the development of an offshore oil concession in Oman brought into sharp focus the lack of update provided since the country’s 2019 bid round closed in May.
Exploration activity in the UK North Sea has picked up substantially since last year, but the success rate has “fallen off a cliff”, an analyst has said.
Drilling contractor Valaris has announced a number of North Sea contract extensions among a clutch of global deals.
The seven majors must cut production by 35% by 2040, and emissions by 40%, if the world is to warm by only 1.6 degrees Celsius, according to a new report from Carbon Tracker Initiative.
Drilling has kicked off at a North Sea exploration well operated by Italian oil and gas firm Eni, supported by French partner Total.
Reporting success in Egypt’s Gulf of Suez, Eni has said it expects production to begin imminently.
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.
Eni has begun producing gas and condensate from its Obiafu 41 find, with output going to the domestic power market.
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.
The Rovuma LNG project has taken another step ahead but a final investment decision (FID) is now expected in early 2020.
The US Department of Justice (DoJ) has ended its investigation of Eni over the OPL 245 affair and Algeria, the Italian company has said, without taking any further action.
The boss of Mainstream Renewable Power (MRP) said yesterday that his firm could return for more offshore wind acreage in the Scottish North Sea.
Chrysaor has confirmed it is hoping to sanction a new North Sea project next year.