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Guyana’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said on May 31 that it had renewed the environmental permit issued to US super-major ExxonMobil for the Liza-1 development project.
Guyana’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said on May 31 that it had renewed the environmental permit issued to a subsidiary of US super-major ExxonMobil for the Liza-1 development project.
Eneva, a privately owned Brazilian energy company, announced last week that it had signed a long-term LNG supply contract with Suzano, a local pulp and paper manufacturer.
Mexico’s CNH has authorised a unit of Pemex to spud a new exploration well at the Popoca field, located off the coast of Tabasco State in the southern Gulf of Mexico.
Colombia’s Ecopetrol will be teaming up with a subsidiary of the US-based Occidental Petroleum to explore four offshore blocks in Colombia’s section of the Caribbean Sea.
Brazil’s Petrobras is facing yet another personnel re-shuffle, as the country’s president has fired CEO José Mauro Ferreira Coelho and nominated a senior official from the Economy Ministry as his replacement.
The Norwegian oil company Equinor and its US-based partner ExxonMobil are moving toward a decision on an $8bn upstream expansion project in Brazil, according to a Reuters report.
Australia’s Melbana Energy revealed earlier this week that it had spudded the Zapato-1 exploration well at Block 9, its contract area onshore Cuba.