Tagged With Algeria
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
Revived Sahara pipeline still faces hurdles
5 August 2022
Nigeria, Niger and Algeria are committed to the $13bn gas connection, but financial and security obstacles will be hard to overcome
Gas may be safe in Algeria-Spain spat
21 June 2022
The North African nation is unlikely to suspend exports in diplomatic dispute
Eni’s North African gas agreements difficult to quantify
14 April 2022
The Italian IOC heralds more supply from Algeria and Egypt. But exactly how much remains open to question
Niger sets out upstream ambitions
12 April 2022
The country expects to ramp up crude production and exports next year with the completion of its export pipeline via Benin
Letter from the Middle East: Buyers call for more
29 March 2022
Western countries want Mideast Gulf producers to boost output, but the options are limited
Algeria rearranges the deckchairs while the ship sinks
11 May 2021
The country’s latest spat with a foreign investor is likely to be just as self-defeating as previous disputes
Oil recovery buys Algiers only limited time
4 May 2021
New hydrocarbons law may represent a last-chance saloon for the North African producer
Clock ticks on Algeria
29 April 2021
Time to ponder the value of its hydrocarbons is a luxury the North African state may no longer have
Apicorp sees more woes for Egyptian and Algerian LNG
13 October 2020
The multilateral lender flags risks of ongoing shut-ins and difficult contract negotiations
Mena: a region of backhanders
13 January 2020
A new book identifies corruption as a major factor holding back Middle East and North Africa (Mena) development —not least in oil-exporting states
Tentative reform moves could boost Sonatrach
13 January 2020
Algeria’s new government presents a conciliatory face, which could help revitalise the energy sector and the national champion
IOCs retain Algerian caution
12 November 2019
Sceptical Western investors adopt wait-and-see attitude even after Algeria’s interim government agreed a draft hydrocarbons law
Algeria sees petchems progress
4 October 2019
A contract award marks a rare sign of movement on Algeria’s stalled downstream development plans
Algeria talks tough on gas renegotiations
3 October 2019
Industry observers had predicted changes to the structure of long-term gas contracts. But Sonatrach and the government appear uncompromising
Sonatrach aims for more
17 September 2019
Algeria's state-owned oil and gas firm looks to new developments for a potential boost to LNG exports while meeting demand at home
Energean acquires Edison E&P
4 July 2019
The deal expands Energean’s footprint in the Mediterranean, giving it assets in gas-rich Egypt and Algeria for the first time
Waiting for the dust to settle in Algeria
23 May 2019
Political turmoil is unsettling Algeria’s energy sector and its IOC investors
Russia and coal to set European tone
29 January 2019
Gazprom's market share ambitions and the price at which power plant demand soaks up supply are 2019's key questions
Interview: Sonatrach's CEO aims to 'shake trees'
24 August 2018
Head of Algerian firm aims to reorganise it from the ground up
Algeria: trying to do better
28 June 2018
Arezki Hocini, president of Algeria's upstream regulator, discusses the challenges facing the hydrocarbon sector and obstacles to reform
Total's new MENA adventures
8 May 2018
The company is set to benefit from shale in the Middle East despite having shunned it elsewhere
Global refining capacity is going to keep growing
24 April 2018
Fast-growing markets are adding more plants and eking out gains at older ones. What's coming on, where, and when?
Algeria's expansion strategy
12 April 2018
The country's energy sector has big ideas for the future—if the creaking political establishment will approve them
Algerian change—again
8 August 2017
A lack of leadership continuity in Algeria's energy sector is a product of the FLN's struggle to retain political power
Arab oil states: the devil's in Opec's data
20 June 2017
The group's latest figures show Gulf oil states' earnings have plummeted, while the region's population keeps rising
The Mideast's gas paradox
3 April 2017
It is home to the world's biggest exporter—and also some of its fastest-growing consumers. Yet intra-regional trade remains thin
Expect the unexpected from Sudan and South Sudan
30 January 2017
Stability in South Sudan could raise production much higher than was agreed with Opec
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