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Capricorn and New Med to merge
30 September 2022
The deal between the two independents leaves London-listed Tullow Oil without a dance partner
Vaalco project set to boost Equatorial Guinea’s upstream
29 September 2022
Houston-based independent plans to start oil production in the country in 2026
Pacific LNG producers prepare for crunch
28 September 2022
There may be little spare capacity in the region
Central Africa eyes regional pipeline network
26 September 2022
Ambitious plans for a cross-border network of oil and gas pipelines in central Africa have some significant backers but will likely struggle to secure funds from traditional sources
Freight struggles with regulatory uncertainty
16 September 2022
Lack of clarity is affecting demand for new tankers, but LNG vessel orders are booming
Uganda secures more pipeline funding
15 September 2022
Plans for route linking to an export point in Tanzania continue to advance
EU Commission looks to clobber generators and producers
15 September 2022
Executive body puts forward a range of measures but backs away from a gas price cap for now
Russian barrels continue to impact Iranian trade
13 September 2022
The sanctioned countries are competing in a limited illicit market
Morocco seeks to pipe gas to Europe
8 September 2022
The disused Maghreb-Europe pipeline means the infrastructure is in place, but the production capacity is not
India defiant over Russian crude
6 September 2022
Oil minister pushes back against criticism of his country’s approach to Russia
Capricorn expects Q4 merger progress
6 September 2022
The proposal to combine with Tullow would create a large independent with an Africa-focused portfolio
Woodside signs Atlantic basin LNG deals
5 September 2022
The Australian firm is extending its role as a portfolio player
Germany plans fifth floating LNG import terminal
2 September 2022
Berlin continues to use the private sector in its efforts to reduce its dependence on Russian pipeline gas
Mexico’s Zama set to win FID battle
1 September 2022
The ‘world-class’ field could get a green light next year, following repeated delays and a resolved operatorship dispute
Darwin LNG backfill remains on track
30 August 2022
The project to switch the liquefaction plant from a Timorese to Australian gas source continues to advance
Uzbekistan lays out energy goals
25 August 2022
The Central Asian nation seeks to attract significant foreign investment for its energy sector
Australia’s Pluto LNG kicks off expansion
24 August 2022
The new train will be fed by the huge Scarborough gas field development
Letter from London: Leadership lacking as energy crisis looms
22 August 2022
The UK is facing a winter of energy price discontent, but the governing Conservative party is focused on its own internal struggle
Between East and West: Central Asia at a crossroads
16 August 2022
The region holds huge gas and oil reserves, but getting those resources to market poses challenges
Is floating LNG coming of age in Africa?
11 August 2022
Offshore liquefaction projects seem well-suited for the continent’s upstream
Russian seaborne crude exports slow
8 August 2022
China and India remain the most important customers for Russian volumes
Freeport LNG to restart in October
4 August 2022
The unplanned outage that took the plant offline in June highlighted the growing global importance of US LNG
Australia mulls LNG export controls
2 August 2022
The recent energy supply crisis has resulted in a political backlash against the nation’s gas exporters
Nigeria upgrades oil export infrastructure
1 August 2022
The much-delayed alternative to the Trans Forcados route has finally started commissioning
TotalEnergies targets 2027 startup for Papua LNG
1 August 2022
Close collaboration between IOCs in Papua New Guinea means other developments may follow
US becomes world’s largest LNG exporter
28 July 2022
And the bulk of its volumes are heading to Europe
ExxonMobil signs up for LNG from Next Decade
28 July 2022
The deal continues the trend of developers making long-term agreements to start in the second half of this decade and is another milestone for the Rio Grande project
Cheniere signs Thai LNG supply agreement
27 July 2022
State-owned PTT has inked its first US supply deal
Bolivia signs Brazilian gas supply deal
26 July 2022
Distributor CDGN has an agreement for gas, but flexible contracts and limited output mean Bolivian volumes are likely to continue to flow to the highest bidder
Cheniere and Petrochina ink LNG deal
21 July 2022
US exporter has signed another long-term supply agreement, this time with a Chinese buyer
NNPC becomes limited company
21 July 2022
Reforms to the NOC come at a crucial time for Nigeria’s upstream
Taiwan breaks ground on LNG terminal expansion
19 July 2022
State-owned CPC has started work to expand its Taichung LNG import terminal
ConocoPhillips buys into Port Arthur LNG
15 July 2022
US superindie will also acquire significant offtake volumes and options to invest in further LNG projects under development by new partner Sempra
Afreximbank backs Nigerian-owned FLNG project
15 July 2022
Bank has made a preliminary agreement to help fund scheme
Vaalco and Transglobe to merge
14 July 2022
Combination of the independent E&P firms will be Africa-focused
Prelude LNG to go offline again
12 July 2022
The Australian project is facing renewed industrial action
Rio Grande LNG advances
12 July 2022
The Texan scheme remains on track for initial FID, while preparatory engineering works are planned
Greece and Bulgaria complete gas interconnector
11 July 2022
The milestone bolsters energy security in southeastern Europe
Industry mourns Opec secretary general
7 July 2022
Tributes have been paid to Mohammed Barkindo, who passed away aged 63
G7 targets Russian access to tanker insurance
6 July 2022
Group wants to cut Moscow’s hydrocarbon revenues, but even the most stringent sanctions have their limits out at sea
High crude prices to persist in Q3 – Rystad
4 July 2022
Consultancy sees Brent potentially averaging $120/bl in Q3, but the outlook remains mixed
South Africa and Mozambique pre-empt pipeline stake sale
30 June 2022
The African neighbours plan greater gas supply cooperation
Germany acquires three LNG carriers
30 June 2022
The government has assumed control of at least three LNG vessels that were chartered to a Gazprom subsidiary
Petrobras puts three refineries back on sale
28 June 2022
The RNEST, Repar and Refap facilities are open for offers again, but the divestment programme’s future is in doubt
Shell and Equinor back Tanzania’s LNG ambitions
20 June 2022
Pre-agreement signals hope for the country’s stalled liquefaction plans
Australia’s gas industry under fire
16 June 2022
The energy crisis on the country’s east coast is fuelling calls for resource nationalism
Perenco joins Cameroon’s Etinde gas project
13 June 2022
The JV is attempting to get back on track following previous delays
Russia-linked tankers ‘going dark’
9 June 2022
Shipping analysts Windward see a rise in suspicious activity by Russia-affiliated vessels since start of Ukraine war
Woodside plans post-BHP expansion
9 June 2022
The Australian firm is now one of the world’s largest independent oil and gas players
Crude stocks rise despite perception of tightness
5 June 2022
Analysts warn of economic headwinds for the crude and product markets
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