The US Gulf of Mexico is making a comeback this year.
BP and its partners on the Greater Tortue Ahmeyim liquified natural gas (LNG) development have announced agreement on the Final Investment Decision (FID) for Phase 1 of the project.
Dallas-headquartered Kosmos Energy has entered the Gulf of Mexico with a £942million acquisition.
US oil firm Kosmos Energy said today that it would redrill a well off Suriname after encountering "shallow bore hole stability issues" with its first effort.
Ophir Energy has clinched a farm-out agreement with Kosmos Energy covering the EG-24 exploration licence in Equatorial Guinea.
Africa and South America focused oil firm Kosmos Energy has reported a £37 million loss for the first quarter of 2018.
Dallas-based Kosmos Energy suffered a widening of losses in the third quarter of 2017.
Kosmos Energy said today that tests on the Tortue-1 well prove that the discovery off West Africa is "world class".
Kosmos Energy said today that its shares had been admitted for trading on the London Stock Exchange (LSE).
Kosmos Energy, a company behind some of the industry's largest recent oil discoveries, will begin drilling the first of a trio of so-called super-giant prospects off the coast of Senegal and Mauritania later this month.
Kosmos Energy has revealed plans to list shares on the London Stock Exchange (LSE).
Portugal’s Galp Energia has agreed to by a 20% non-operated stake in three blocks in the Gulf of Guinea from Dallas-based Kosmos Energy.
Europa Oil & Gas has increased its sole operatorship licences in the Atlantic basins offshore Ireland to seven following the latest transfer of two licences from Kosmos Energy.
Kosmos Energy has strengthened its team with a new appointment to its board of directors. Yves-Louis Darricarrère has joined the team after retiring from Total earlier this year following a 37 year career in the industry.
Antrim Energy has received $9.7million in costs owed by joint venture partners following the completion of the Fyne and Erne abandonment programme in the North Sea.
Europa Oil and Gas will retain 100% of its field exploration licences offshore Ireland, after its partner Kosmos Energy pulled out.
Antrim Energy, the Canadian oil and gas explorer has lost its majority partner in the frontier exploration licence (FEL) off Ireland's west coast.