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Nigeria LNG (NLNG) has formally begun work on the Train 7 project, which is slated to expand the consortium’s total production capacity to 30mn tonnes per year.
Sonatrach, the national oil company (NOC) of Algeria, reported at the weekend that it had taken the Skikda LNG plant offline on June 11.
Karmol, a 50:50 joint venture between Karpowership (Turkey) and Mitsui OSK Lines (Japan), has completed the delivery of a marine LNG import terminal to Senegal.
Angola’s national oil company (NOC) Sonangol is reducing its holdings in eight offshore blocks in order to optimise its asset portfolio.
Tullow Oil (UK/Ireland) has reported that its efforts to drill four new wells in Ghana’s offshore zone are proceeding on schedule.
Italy’s Eni says it is on track to launch the Coral South LNG project offshore Mozambique next year, despite the violence that has slowed down TotalEnergies’ plans for development of gas reserves.
Italy’s Eni is on track to launch the Coral South LNG project offshore Mozambique next year, despite the violence and civil unrest that has slowed down TotalEnergies’ plans for development of a nearby field.
UK-based Wentworth Resources revealed last week that it had adjusted its forecast for natural gas production levels at the Mnazi Bay licence area in southern Tanzania upwards.
Nail Maganov, the CEO of Tatneft (Russia), met with representatives of Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) last week to discuss his company’s plans for resuming work at fields in the North African state.