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Premier unveils plan to tackle debt
UK-based Premier Oil unveiled a plan this week that seeks to help pay down its debt and alleviate shareholder concerns over the state of its finances.
Maersk secures additional Aker BP contract
Maesrk Drilling announced on August 20 that it had secured an additional one-well contract from Aker BP for the Maersk Integrator jack-up rig.
Golar provides update on FSRU for LNG Croatia
LNG player Golar Energy has provided an update on its Viking floating storage and regasification unit conversion project, with CEO Iain Ross saying the vessel is due to depart from China to Europe in September.
Rathlin, Union Jack plan new conventional onshore wells in England
Rathlin Energy and partner Union Jack Oil are planning the next phase of the onshore West Newton conventional project in Yorkshire, northern England.
Shell seeks sale of Norway’s Gasnor
Royal Dutch Shell is reportedly in talks to sell Norway-based gas business Gasnor, with the move forming part of a broader push to sell non-core assets.
Allseas reports on North Sea platform removals
Offshore contractor Allseas has completed the removal of processing and accommodation topsides and flare jackets as part of the Tyra redevelopment project for Total in the Danish North Sea and is preparing for its next platform removal in UK waters.
Claim that Turkey’s made Black Sea energy discovery sends ripple through markets
Erdogan promises to deliver Turks some “good news” in two days that will signal “the beginning of a new era” for the nation. Against backdrop of beleaguered lira, Turkish president is badly in need of a lift.
Gazprom’s European exports plunge, boosting China’s appeal
Russia’s Oteko energy group selling remaining assets in Turkey, LPG wholesaler put on sales block
Eastern promise stokes tensions
Turkish moves to explore for oil and gas in contested waters in the Eastern Mediterranean have inflamed tensions in the region.
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Cyprus hits out at EU partners for approach to Turkey gas exploration dispute “amounting to policy of appeasement”
Turkish refiner Tupras swings to Q2 net loss of TRY185mn
Turkish refiner Tupras swings to TRY185mn net loss in Q2. Oil price and pandemic woes deal company double blow. Major companies in Turkey showing chunky FX deficits. Turkish Airlines becoming another burden for country.
Competition between pipeline gas, LNG in Europe rises as regasification capacity grows
LNG imports are increasingly competing with pipeline gas in Europe, with further regasification capacity under development.
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