Iran called Trump’s “stupid, unnecessary, incredibly dangerous bluff” says Brookings Institution academic
US Secretary of State Pompeo says of Iranians: “It’s not the case you can subcontract out devastation of 5% of world’s global energy supply and think you can absolve yourself from responsibility.”
Colombia's highest administrative court has extended a temporary moratorium on fracking but has also said the ban does not apply to “comprehensive investigative pilot projects.”
Qatar Petroleum is moving forward with plans to grow its domestic LNG production capacity, find new buyers and expand its overseas LNG presence.
Both ExxonMobil (US) and Tullow Oil (UK-Ireland) have announced new oil finds offshore Guyana this week.
Veteran investors Mark Mobius has suggested that last weekend’s aerial attacks on oil infrastructure in Saudi Arabia might benefit Brazil in the long term.
Schlumberger's Western Geco subsidiary has begun work on a multi-client wide-azimuth survey offshore Mexico, in the Bay of Campeche.
Colombia’s Sociedad Portuaria El Cayao, known as SPEC LNG, has teamed up with three other companies to make additional services available at its LNG import facility in Cartagena.
Mexico’s government has struck an agreement with Fermaca, a domestic company, on the revision of natural gas pipeline contracts signed when the previous government was still in power.
Riyadh presents debris it says shows Tehran at least sponsored pre-dawn strikes, Houthis stage press call to substantiate their military capabilities.
Around half of $8.1bn of loans Turkish officials want reclassifying as NPLs ‘come from energy, construction sectors’
The two separate regional cross-border power grids in eastern and southern Africa are set to be joined by 2022, after years of delays
Saudi Arabia’s ACWA Power is to develop 250 MW of solar capacity in Ethiopia after making a record low bid of $0.02526 per kWh
Australia-listed LNG Ltd has struck a deal to supply gas to a province in Vietnam from its Magnolia export terminal in Louisiana, on the US Gulf Coast.
Japanese developer Inpex has revealed that it is looking at ways to expand its $45bn Ichthys LNG project offshore north-western Australia as it approaches full capacity.