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Dual-listed Seplat Energy, a Nigerian oil and gas company, has recorded revenue of $951.8mn and a profit before tax of $204.4mn in the second half of 2022.
TAG Oil announces successful re-entry of vertical well BED 1-7 at Badr Oil Field in Egypt’s Western Desert
BP is on track to begin production at the GTA block, located offshore Mauritania and Senegal, by the end of this year as scheduled.
AIM-listed Afentra revealed on May 10 that it had completed the acquisition of minority stakes in two blocks offshore Angola from INA-Industrija of Croatia.
UK Supreme Court rules Nigerian claimants may not continue suit against Shell over 2011 tanker spill
The UK Supreme Court has ruled against Nigerian claimants who sought to sue two subsidiaries of Shell over a 2011 offshore oil spill, citing the expiration of a six-year legal deadline.
Australia’s Invictus Energy has confirmed the presence of light liquid hydrocarbons and helium in Mukuyu-1, an exploration well drilled at its 80%-owned Cabora Bassa project in Zimbabwe.
China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering Co. Ltd (CPP) has stepped in to offer financing and construction line pipe for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) stretching from Uganda to the Tanzania coastline.
HOSCON partners with private sector to create $5bn investment fund for Nigeria's oil-producing states.
The Host Communities of Nigeria Producing Oil and Gas (HOSCON) has partnered with the private sector to create a $5bn fund that will support investment in oil-producing states in Nigeria.
Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) announced that crude production had reached 1.214mn barrels per day, and condensate production 18,000 bpd in the past two days, the utility’s head Farhat Bengdara said on Thursday.