20 March 2018 Week 11 Issue 449
The Australia government’s US$4.6 billion purchase of generator-retailer Snowy Hydro will improve competition in the sector and not reduce it as rivals have claimed, Snowy Hydro CEO Paul Broad...
20 March 2018, Week 11, Issue 705
Repsol’s 400 million euro (US$493 million) investment in the Mexican fuel market is another major vote of confidence in the country’s downstream future.
20 March 2017, Week 11, Issue 731
SDX Energy’s North African business is gathering pace, with a heavy oil discovery announced in Egypt on March 14 and a gas find in Morocco on March 9.
20 March 2018, Week 11, Issue 667
Italy’s ENI last week became the first major IOC to acquire a stake in the new offshore concessions being established by state oil giant Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. (ADNOC).
15 March 2018, Week 10, Issue 499
Distressed Chinese-backed Canadian energy company Sequoia Resources is walking away from thousands of Alberta well sites in a move that will put a financial strain on the province’s Orphan Well...
15 March 2018, Week 10, Issue 901
Russia is looking to award a further 1,250 MW of renewable energy capacity at auction later this year, as part of efforts to diversify its fossil fuel-based economy.
15 March 2018, Week 10, Issue 441
Royal Dutch Shell has confirmed it is selling its 44.6% stake in the Draugen oilfield and its 12% stake in the Gjoa oilfield in the Norwegian Sea.
15 March 2018, Week 10, Issue 599
The French government is seeking to renegotiate tariffs for its earliest offshore wind projects in the wake of dramatic cost reductions in the sector.
13 March 2018 Week 10 Issue 145
German development finance institution KfW has withheld funding for Uganda’s 70 billion shilling (US$19.2 million) Nyagak III HPP.
14 March 2018, Week 10, Issue 616
UK-based Premier Oil’s oil and gas production in Asia slipped below half of its overall output in 2017, as Indonesia, Vietnam and Pakistan all saw declines while the UK saw a sharp increase.
14 March 2018, Week 14, Issue 972
Construction of a pipeline that will bring natural gas to Kazakhstan’s capital of Astana is slated to start in July, according to a senior energy official.
13 March 2018, Week 10, Issue 397
UK shale gas explorer Third Energy has delayed plans to carry out hydraulic fracturing at a site in northern England, pending a review of its financial strength. The company said on March 7 that...
13 March 2018, Week 10, Issue 666
Royal Dutch Shell in early March confirmed that it would withdraw from the Palestinian Territories’ only discovered gas field. The Gaza Marine field was discovered by the former BG Group at the...