Ghana’s deal with Gazprom has added to the confusion around its LNG import plans, with existing projects unsure if they are being supplemented or replaced.
Three consortiums are in the running to complete Iran LNG, but the price of feed gas is only one of the potential difficulties.
India has granted 18 leases to winning bidders under its discovered small fields licensing round and is preparing to announce more.
The UK’s Hinkley Point C nuclear power project may face further delays after two trade unions threatened to strike.
Colombian gas production averaged 25.97 MMcm/d) in August, which was 11% lower than the same month last year.
French major Total and United States-based Chevron will collaborate in exploring deepwater areas in the Gulf of Mexico.
Colombian state-run company Ecopetrol has started drilling the Molusco well in the Caribbean Sea.
Latin America-focused explorer President Energy has acquired 100% stakes in two blocks in Argentina’s gas-rich Neuquén Basin.
Veresen filed an application for development of the Jordan Cove LNG plant in Oregon.
The government of Papua New Guinea plans to sell its share in Oil Search, which holds stakes in the Elk and Antelope fields.
The window of opportunity for NGVs to operate as a bridge from oil-fuelled to electric vehicles is fast disappearing.
Morocco is interested in cooperating with Russia to build gas-fired power plants and power supply networks, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak has said.
Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. (ADNOC) is considering a plan to sell shares in its shipping unit.
The agreement will see Pavilion gain access to the Gate and Grain terminals in Europe while Uniper takes rights to Singapore LNG.
German parties are split over their future energy plans but seem to be avoiding discussing it until after the election.
Concerns over creditworthiness and the price of oil may block the expansion of small-scale LNG in Asia.
Oil rose slightly after an OPEC gathering concluded with no decision on an extension or deepening of supply cuts.
They’re piloting a system that can pinpoint leaks and other disturbances down to the centimeter.
Sri Lanka wants to build a new refinery in its southern Hambantota port.
Output cuts by OPEC and other oil producers are clearing a supply glut that has weighed on crude prices for three years, ministers said at a Friday meeting.
Drillers cut five oil rigs in the week to Sept. 22, bringing the total count down to 744.
Energy professionals candidly discuss personal and professional obstacles they faced during a recent event in Houston.
Similarly, EPA extended enforcement discretion for certain air pollutants from gasoline storage tanks during so-called roof landings.
A fault in the supply of natural gas from Israel’s only commercial field has forced Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz to authorize the use of alternative fuel sources to produce electricity.
Buckeye did not say if the tanks at the 4.6-million-barrel terminal were damaged by Hurricane Maria.
Traders expect the European exports to continue for several more weeks.
The developer of a liquefied natural gas export terminal in Oregon that has already twice been denied permits by US regulators is giving it another shot.
“There’s a lot of support in Latin America to see Venezuela start to respect its people and go back to the democracy it’s supposed to be,” said UN Ambassador Nikki Haley.
Phillips 66 Partners LP says it would buy pipeline and other assets from parent Phillips 66 in a $2.4B deal.
Harold Hamm says the government was way too optimistic with its prediction of more than 1 million new barrels a day in US production.
CEOs and boards are focusing on the wrong metrics. But if they change their ways, the opportunity could be great.
Naftogaz Ukrainy has submitted a $5 billion compensation claim against Russia over the “unlawful seizure” of assets in Crimea.
The UK’s North Sea oil and gas resources may run out within a decade, according to a University of Edinburgh study.
ExxonMobil and Guyanese authorities are discussing building a subsea pipeline to bring gas onshore for power generation.
Argentina is behind on at least $700 million in promised subsidy payments to gas producers.
Several coal-fired power generators in the US installed equipment to reduce mercury output just before compliance deadlines in 2015 and 2016.
PetroBangla, the state oil company of Bangladesh, is looking to form joint ventures to establish small-scale LNG terminals.
Indian Oil Corp. and LanzaTech plan to build the world’s first gas-to-bioethanol production facility.
Iran is ready to complete the long-delayed Iran-Pakistan pipeline, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said.
Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Co. is planning an oil and gas exploration tender covering Egypt’s western Mediterranean acreage.
Angola LNG has signed a multi-year LNG supply contract with European trader Glencore.
Aker Solutions has been awarded a contract by Statoil for the design and engineering of a module at Norway’s Troll gas field.
The EU will award a €79 million grant to part-fund the construction of the 130 km-long Zdzieszowice-Wrocław pipeline in southwest Poland.
Western Australia’s new Labor government has stopped fracking in the state in a move critics say will deter investment in oil and gas exploration.
BP is giving up control of the boardroom at Argentine giant Pan American Energy, and it could be a canny move by the supermajor.
A huge gas supply-demand gap means Pakistan may need to import much more LNG than it had planned for.
Gas is the clear winner from Power Africa so far, with nearly two-thirds of capacity developed under the initiative being gas-fired.
A handful of wells mark the return of upstream development in the UK.
Chinese oil refineries are gearing up to receive more Russian oil transported through an expanded Siberian pipeline network from January.
New Zealand will partially ease fuel rationing, a spokesman for the country’s oil industry says.
Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. is considering a plan to sell shares in its shipping unit as part of a broader strategy to attract investment.
Lawyers expect a spate of force majeure contract lawsuits after Hurricane Harvey paralyzed a fifth of US fuel output and pushed some oil production offline.
At stake are the petrodollars that have helped sustain the Kurdish Regional Government’s semi-autonomous rule after a budgetary deal with the federal government fell apart.
Venezuelan drivers are facing growing queues to buy gasoline despite having the world’s largest oil reserves.
Karen Harbert of the US Chamber of Commerce discusses how energy companies have changed storm preparedness, response.
The cash-strapped government of Papua New Guinea (PNG), looking to pay off nearly $1 billion in debt, is selling its stake in Oil Search.