The government of Guyana has invited consulting firms to submit bids for a contract to review and evaluate ExxonMobil’s field development plan for its Yellowtail Project.
Venezuela’s national oil company PdVSA appears to have loaded a tanker with diluted crude oil for export for the first time in the last nine months, according to a report from Reuters.
Jamaica-based West Indies Petroleum Ltd (WIPL) has expressed confidence about its ability to pay the sum of $62mn that it has offered for the Limetree Bay refinery near St. Croix in the US Virgin Islands by January 21.
A US federal court has rejected a request to block Mexico’s national oil company Pemex from acquiring 50.01% of the Deer Park refinery from an affiliate of Shell (UK).
Eni (Italy) said in early January that it would soon install a newbuild floating production, storage and off-loading (FPSO) vessel at Area 1, a shallow-water licence area located off the coast of Mexico's Tabasco State.
National Gas Co. of Trinidad and Tobago Ltd (NGC) indicated last week that it was gearing up to work with Shell on the processing of natural gas from the offshore Manatee field.
One international oil company has announced plans to exit Suriname, while another has farmed into a block awarded to Chevron (US) last year in the Shallow Offshore (SHO) bidding round.
The government of Ecuador has lifted a declaration of force majeure on exports of crude via the country’s two main pipeline systems.
Efforts to mitigate the impact of drought have made LNG a crucial component in Brazil’s energy mix.
CNRL’s newly announced capital expenditure budget increase for this year illustrates the more favourable investment outlook for oil sands.
Egypt does not foresee solving its hydro dispute with Ethiopia within five years, a key member of Egypt’s negotiating team admitted this week.
The Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) is providing a $1mn grant to the government of Botswana to support the energy transition. The southern African country depends on its neighbour South Africa for part of its electricity needs.
ExxonMobil and its Canadian affiliate, Imperial Oil, have announced their intention to market the interests in their XTO Energy Canada joint venture, which operates their Canadian shale business.
Uzbek insiders think they can avoid Kazakh-style unrest, but they’re not taking any chances.
United Oil and Gas announced that Al Jahraa-13 well was brought on stream in Egypt’s Abu Sennan licence
The leaders in the importation of specialised crypto mining equipment into Ukraine are enterprises associated with businessmen Igor Kolomoisky and Andrey Verevsky, reports NV on January 13, 2022.
"Guaranteed buyer" sold green electricity for almost UAH 1bn ($36mn)
South African civil society prepares to fight off more seismic surveys after court victory over Shell
South Africa energy regulator's "failed" gas pricing structure could mean 220% price hike, industry body warns
India’s Oil and Natural Gas Corp. (ONGC) is reportedly facing more delays at its Cluster-2 fields in the Krishna Godavari (KG) Basin’s deepwater KG-DWN-98/2 development.
Italy’s Saipem has been awarded two new offshore contracts – one for the Scarborough project in Australia and the other for the Yellowtail development in Guyana. Combined, the two contracts are worth $1.1bn.