Looming wave of final investment decisions (FIDs) will provide massive boost for offshore oilfield service sector in Southeast Asia
Egypt has signed deals with four companies for exploration in the Western Desert and Mediterranean Sea.
The largest oil and gas companies for years have lived beyond their means and paid more money to investors than they can reasonably afford, according to a new report.
Exxon Mobil led the way with new finds off the coasts of Guyana and Cyprus as global oil and gas discoveries in 2019 hit a four-year high, according to a new report.
Aberdeen offshore engineering and equipment firm Sparrows Group has announced an eight-figure deal through a Chevron and ExxonMobil join venture based in Kazakhstan.
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.
Exxon Mobil Corp. won a lawsuit challenging a $2 million fine levied against it by U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin after the company allegedly violated Ukraine-related sanctions with a series oil and gas deals in Russia.
Egypt has licensed a number of areas, including the award of around 7,000 square km to ExxonMobil in the offshore.
The director of a multi-million pound decommissioning study has voiced concern that any final decision over the removal of Shell’s Brent platform legs might ‘harden’ public perception toward his project.
US energy giant ExxonMobil has released a video celebrating first oil from the Liza field off Guyana.
ExxonMobil has announced a new discovery off Guyana, adding to previous estimates of 6billion barrels of recoverable oil equivalent.
Exxon Mobil Corp. and its partners lifted the first commercial crude from Guyana, setting the small South American nation on a path to potentially vast flows of oil revenues.
A host of firms including Ineos, Total and ExxonMobil are collaborating on plans for a carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) site at the Port of Antwerp.
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.
Equatorial Guinea expects $1.4 billion to be invested in the country in the 2020 fiscal year, with a mix of exploration and appraisal drilling.
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.
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.
Exxon Mobil Corp. won a closely watched securities-fraud trial that delved into its internal accounting for the financial risks of climate change, a striking rejection of New York state’s claim that the company misled investors for years.
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).
When analysing Guyana’s production sharing agreements (PSAs), it is important not to be misled by statements comparing Guyana’s 2% royalty with higher royalties in other countries (set on average at about 10%-15%).
Drilling contractor Valaris has announced a number of North Sea contract extensions among a clutch of global deals.
Exxon Mobil Corp. had the outlook on its top-notch debt rating lowered by Moody’s Investors Service Inc. to negative due to a “substantial” cash burn to fund growth.
You’d expect most companies accused of a longstanding fraudulent scheme to be thrilled if the government dropped those claims against them. Not so for Exxon Mobil Corp. -- at least not today.
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.
Italian oilfield services firm Saipem has won a subsea contract in Guyana, as well as additional work in regions including the North Sea, worth £684.6million.