The world’s biggest oil and gas companies are more likely to talk to Wall Street about emissions than how their businesses might grow.
Gazprom EP International has restarted production in Libya, where it works with Wintershall Dea.
Bosses at Plexus said today they were projecting higher revenues in the second half of the wellhead technology firm’s financial year on the back of a deal with Spirit Energy.
Russia will remain the heart of Severstal’s focus for the near term, but uncertainty around the timing of a contract with Gazprom has encouraged international growth.
Plexus Holdings has given an optimistic outlook, hailing “real” signs of recovery, despite year-on-year revenues taking a nosedive due to Covid.
Libya has launched Sarir Oil Operations as a joint operating company to operate Contract Areas 91 and 107, previously held by Wintershall.
Netherlands-based Wintershall Noordzee has completed the third development well at the Sillimanite field in the southern North Sea.
The Covid-19 pandemic has devastated global oil and gas project sanctioning this year and will cause total committed spending to drop to around $53 billion from 2019’s $190 billion, Rystad Energy says.
An Aberdeen-based engineering group is eyeing a boost from Russia’s Far East after Covid-19 left it “scrimping and saving”, its boss said.
Russo-German firm Wintershall Noordzee has overcome Covid-19 to start production from a second well at the Sillimanite gas field in the southern North Sea.
National oil companies (NOCs) globally are estimated to cut exploration budgets by over a quarter on average in 2020, says Wood Mackenzie.
Wintershall Dea has achieved first gas at the Sillimanite field, a development stretching across the UK and Dutch sectors of the North Sea.
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.
Russia officially opened its TurkStream natural gas pipeline on Wednesday, further diversifying export routes to Europe amid a backlash from the U.S.
Russia and Ukraine have agreed to continue sending gas through Ukraine to Europe for five years.
Wintershall’s local subsidiary has signed two exploration and production-sharing agreements (EPSAs) with Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) after compromising on licence terms.
The world’s biggest natural gas exporter and one of the globe’s top consumers of the fuel cement their energy co-operation on Monday with the launch of Russia’s giant Power of Siberia pipeline to northern China.
Saudi Arabia is pushing ahead with the much-watched IPO of the mainstay of its economy, Aramco, although with somewhat diminished aspirations.
Losses narrowed at Plexus Holdings in 2018-19 as the oil-well-technology firm’s “rebuild and reset” plan showed promising signs.
A number of African states are in the process of visiting Sochi, largely in the hope of signing deals for new investment.
Energy services firm Petrofac has hailed the start of gas injection for a giant project to deliver energy from Russia to Turkey.
South Korea has struck a 15-year deal with BP for LNG supplies, covering 1.58 million tonnes per year.
A north-east technology firm has entered into a pact expected to lead to the award of a multi-million pound deal for pipeline work in Russia’s Far East.
Depreciation costs, corporation tax and discontinued operations have led to heavy losses for Aberdeen-based Plexus Holdings.
Aberdeen-based oil well technology firm Plexus Holdings said today that its Russian licensee had clinched its first major contract to supply gas exploration equipment to Gazprom.