24 Norwegian oil and gas projects were green lit in 2022, marking a record-breaking year for project approvals, according to data from Rystad Energy.
Spending on low-carbon projects will increase by $60 billion this year, 10% higher than 2022, led by wind developments, but helped by a significant rise in funding for hydrogen and carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) infrastructure, Rystad Energy research shows.
There's a $16bn project pipeline predicted for 2023 in Asia-Pac, but nearly a third are at high-risk of delay.
The loss of Russian gas supplies has led to a supply deficit in Europe which is likely to last over the coming three to four years and sustain higher gas prices. To avoid the long-term deindustrialization of Europe and the impoverishment of millions of citizens, Europe needs an energy security plan that looks beyond public support, energy savings and renewable electrification only.
Record electricity prices are damaging Europe’s attempts to build its solar and battery sectors, as manufacturers face mounting costs, warns Rystad Energy.
OPEC has taken the decision to cut production by 2 million barrels per day from its August target, amid growing concerns over weak pricing.
Europe can rebalance its gas supply and replace Russian gas imports before 2030, but will have to take some tough decisions on LNG.
Global oil and gas exploration will cool this year as the number of licensed blocks and total acreage fall to “near all-time lows” according to findings by Rystad Energy.
Gazprom signed a deal in July to help National Iranian Oil Co. (NIOC) develop Iranian projects, but Rystad Energy has warned Russia lacks the required metallurgical supplies.
As the European Union and the UK both scramble to replace Russian fossil fuel supplies, gas in particular, Norway has signalled its intention to step up as the partner of choice.
Africa could build 120 million tonnes per year of LNG capacity, the International Gas Union (IGU) has said, but development remains slow.
Recoverable oil reserves have fallen by around 152 billion barrels since last year, while undiscovered volumes have plummeted owing to diminished exploration appetite, according to analysis by Rystad Energy.
Freeport LNG has provided an update on the circumstances of the June 8 fire at its facility on Quintana Island, Texas, warning that a return to full operations will not come until late 2022.
Public exploration and production (E&P) companies are set to achieve new record-high profits in 2022, amid bumper cash flows and low levels of reinvestment.
OPEC members have opted to drop their use of data from the International Energy Agency (IEA) in their monthly reporting.
Service sector spending on carbon capture and storage (CCS) developments is set to skyrocket this decade, quadrupling between 2022-25, Rystad Energy research suggests.
Oil prices could nearly double by the summer if more countries follow suit in banning Russian oil imports, analysts have forecast.
Boris Johnson wants a “climate change pass” for the gas industry to wean western countries off supplies from Russia.
Energy group Centrica has said it will exit its gas supply deals with Russian firms, including state-owned major Gazprom.
Subsea opportunities will be plentiful in Asia Pacific over the coming years as international oil companies (IOCs) and national oil companies (NOCs) advance a backlog of projects, while offshore wind developers accelerate activity across the region.
The Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NUPRC) has launched an investigation into the Trinity Spirit disaster.
Research from Rystad Energy suggests demand for larger offshore wind turbines will outpace the supply of capable installation vessels by 2024.
The industry drilled more wells in 2021 than 2020, IHS Markit has reported, with notable successes in high impact wells adding new resources.
Private equity took a keen interest in the UK North Sea in 2021, with £2.4 billion worth of deals for the country’s oil and gas industry.
The world’s top market for subsea tie-backs will take an inflation-driven cost increase of £4.8billion on upcoming contract awards through to 2026.