Gas can now be moved both ways on a section of the WAGP in Ghana, allowing increased use of its domestic gas resources
Russia’s Industry and Trade Ministry rejects Siemens’s application for a special investment contract
Occidental Petroleum has sold $13bn of bonds to help finance its $38bn acquisition of Anadarko Petroleum.
Chevron has reported strong profits for the second quarter of 2019, while rival super-major ExxonMobil reported a year-on-year drop owing to low weaker natural gas prices and higher maintenance costs.
Plains All American Pipeline has completed its Cactus II pipeline from the Permian Basin in West Texas to the Corpus Christi area on the Texas Gulf Coast.
Q2 profit significantly above market average expectation mainly thanks to hefty deferred tax gain recorded by oil refiner.
Pipeline operators are finding ways of sending more Canadian oil to US refiners, despite the fact that no major new pipelines are coming online, and any proposals tend to be held up by regulatory delays and litigation.
Shell Offshore has made a final investment decision for the PowerNap deepwater project in the US Gulf of Mexico.
Italy’s Saipem has agreed to participate in a joint engineering venture to build the Arctic LNG 2 project in Russia alongside France’s Technip and Russia’s NIPIgaspererabotka.
The US Department of Energy has approved exports from Kinder Morgan’s Gulf LNG project, which would be located in Jackson County, Mississippi.
Japanese utilities are becoming more aggressive in their price reviews for long-term LNG contracts and seeking to buy more LNG on the spot market.
Chile’s state-owned mining firm Codelco has sold its stake in the Mejillones LNG terminal to Ameris Capital AGF, a local investment fund.
The US is now the world’s third-largest LNG exporter but the US-China trade war still threatens further expansion
Felipe Kury, the head of Brazil’s National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP), believes that his country has a lot riding on the success of its next offshore licensing rounds.
Russia's natural gas giant and pipeline exports monopolist Gazprom could SPO an additional 3.7% of its quasi-treasury shares in the next few months to cash in again on a dramatic rally in the company’s share price in July
Peterson, a UK-based provider of energy and logistics services, will serve as Repsol's main logistics contractor during the drilling of the Carapa-1 exploration well.
A US court has issued a ruling upholding Venezuelan Interim President Juan Guaido’s right to appoint an ad hoc board at Citgo, a Houston-based downstream subsidiary of PdVSA.