Eni and Sonangol has signed production-sharing contracts (PSCs) for Blocks 27 and 28 with the Angolan regulator.
China’s Sinopec has started building the country’s first large-scale carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) project as part of its target to be carbon-neutral by 2050.
Shell has failed to generate any significant interest in the sales process for its share of the giant Abadi LNG project one year after the Indonesian government announced the Anglo-Dutch supermajor’s intention to divest.
Total E&P Uganda has signed conditional letters of award for surface facilities and drilling packages under its Tilenga project, in western Uganda.
Algeria will hold its legislative elections on June 12, offering a slim opportunity for change – although with concerns already around turnout and legitimacy.
TotalEnergies has chosen McDermott and Sinopec International Petroleum Service Corp. to carry out work Uganda’s Tilenga project.
State-backed Sinopec is ready to launch its first green hydrogen project in Inner Mongolia next year as part of an effort to help meet its goal of becoming China's top hydrogen company by 2025.
Sinopec has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Sonatrach, with a focus on its Zarzaitine licence.
China oil giant Sinopec has started operating its first petrol station where solar panels can fully meet its power needs, as the company pushes ahead in its quest to become a renewable powerhouse.
Chinese national oil company Sinopec is eyeing upstream merger and acquisition opportunities.
Japan’s Japex will sell its 10% stake in a Canadian shale gas project to Malaysia’s Petronas amid concerns over profitability and its carbon footprint.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has restored four licences to Chinese-owned Addax Petroleum.
Nigeria has revoked four licences held by Addax Petroleum and handed them to the operator's former contractor.
The rise of China’s mega-refineries was always going to make life tougher for their competitors across Asia. But the fallout from Covid-19 is hastening the impact and accelerating consolidation across the region.
China Petroleum & Chemical Corp, better known as Sinopec, plans a 24% rise in capital spending to 167.2 billion yuan ($25.5 billion) in 2021 as oil prices and energy demand strengthen.
Qatar Petroleum will supply China’s Sinopec with 2 million tonnes per year of LNG for a ten-year term.
Sinopec, China’s second-largest energy company has made a significant oil and gas find in the remote Tarim basin in the country’s north-west Xinjiang region.
Analysis from investment house Bernstein suggests that the Chinese oil majors - CNOOC, Sinopec and PetroChina - offer a potential 30% upside as they trade at a wide discount to historic prices and global peers.
Sinopec aims to massively expand its hydrogen refuelling network as the state-owned oil giant, which has the potential to become one of the world’s largest hydrogen producers, attempts to carve out a role in China’s transition to cleaner energy.
SKK Migas, Indonesia’s upstream regulator, expects Eni to takeover Chevron’s giant Indonesia Deepwater Development (IDD) during the first quarter 2021. If the move comes to pass, expect other potential buyers, that could include Pertamina, Sinopec, Neptune Energy and Saka Energi, to be in the new IDD mix.
S&P Global Ratings has downgraded its outlook for a number of energy majors, driven by concerns around the energy transition and pressure on profitability.
Engineering and consulting giant Wood has clinched a deal worth more than $120 million for a refinery project in south China.
CNOOC is looking for buyers for its Scott platform and associated oilfields in the UK North Sea, according to Reuters.
Sonangol posted net income of $125 million for 2019, while EBITDA reached $4.78 billion up 10% year on year.
ExxonMobil's UK North Sea assets have attracted suitors from state-owned companies to private equity-backed firms as the US oil giant seeks to exit the aging region altogether, according to people with knowledge of the matter.