Tunisia’s biggest energy project -- a long-delayed, $1.2 billion joint venture with Vienna-based OMV AG -- will start producing natural gas by the end of the year, the country’s industry minister said.
Denmark will allow a joint German-Russian pipeline project, which will bring Russian gas directly to Germany under the Baltic Sea.
The South African government has published its Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) with the aim of setting out the country’s future energy mix.
Nigeria is taking steps to secure further public-private partnerships in order to develop infrastructure in the energy sector.
China National Petroleum Corp. is no longer a partner in Iran’s biggest natural gas project, and the Persian Gulf nation will develop Phase 11 of the giant South Pars field on its own, Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said, according to the ministry’s Shana news service.
The Energean Power hull has undocked from the COSCO shipyard, in Zhoushan, China, and floated out.
London-listed Solo Oil is cutting assets it no longer sees a future in and shaking up its personnel, in part of its drive to become a mid-cap exploration and production company.
Aminex is becoming more positive on its delayed farm out in Tanzania, giving it sufficient confidence to get under way with preparations for the Chikumbi-1 well.
The Algerian government has set out steps intended to bring an end to the discontent that has left the country paralysed since February.
The largest listed oil and gas producers are moving in the wrong direction, according to a new report from Redburn, “Lost in Transition”.
Peak oil will occur in the next few years, a new report into energy transition has found.
Aker Solutions has won a £65 million order from Adnoc to deliver subsea umbilicals for the Dalma gas development project located offshore UAE in the Persian Gulf.
Two years after the U.K.’s largest natural gas storage site slipped into retirement, demand for new places to keep the fuel is ratcheting up.
One of Scotland's most horrendous disasters in oil and gas history was remembered in Aberdeen today.
BP has splashed out £23.6 million in an "alternative protein" maker that will use the energy major's gas to make fish, livestock and pet feeds.
A £31 million base that will put the north-east of Scotland at the forefront of subsea oil and gas technology development and training was officially unveiled yesterday.
Siemens AG said it will cut 2,700 jobs at its power and gas division, part of a sweeping overhaul announced last month to spin off the embattled business.
A huge North Sea field capable of covering 5% of UK gas demand has come on stream following investment of around £3.5 billion.
Oil and gas explorer Cluff Natural Resources (CLNR) has vowed to reclaim a southern North Sea licence it relinquished earlier this year.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc agreed to sell liquefied natural gas to a Japanese utility at prices that include a link to coal, the latest innovation in the booming LNG market where buyers are seeking to diversify risks.
Energy giant SSE has been fined £700,000 by regulator Ofgem for missing last year's target to install gas smart meters for customers.
Algerians took to the streets in their millions for the sixth straight Friday of nationwide protests, trying to push their ailing president from power and bring down a political system seen as corrupt and out of touch.
Communities should have greater control over fracking, ministers have been told, amid concerns over the potential "random industrialisation" of the countryside.
Saudi Aramco has signed a £52.2billion deal to acquire a majority stake in petrochemicals firm Sabic from the country’s sovereign wealth fund.
The chief executive of oilfield services firm Archer has stood down.