EurOil Top Story archive

23 February 2018, Week 07, Issue 438

Neptune Energy has taken a big step forward in its ambition to become the world’s leading oil and gas independent.

16 February 2017, Week 06, Issue 437

A gas company in Bosnia’s Serb Republic has threatened to suspend supplies later this month to the country’s capital, Sarajevo, in a long-standing dispute over transport tariffs. The move would...

08 February 2018, Week 05, Issue 436

The UK North Sea will yield around GBP1 billion (US$1.4 billion) in tax revenue this financial year as oil prices continue their upward march, government figures suggest.

01 February 2018, Week 04, Issue 435

Croatian gas distribution firm Plin Vtc has said it is seeking a strategic partner to prepare for the country’s shift to a fully liberalised gas market by 2021.

25 January 2018, Week 03, Issue 434

Italian oil major Eni has announced the activation of its new oil and gas exploration analysis supercomputer, which is based at the Eni Green Data Centre near Milan.

18 January 2018, Week 02, Issue 433

Royal Dutch Shell has announced plans to redevelop the Penguins oil and gas field in the UK North Sea, the company’s first significant investment in the area in more than six years.

11 January 2018, Week 01, Issue 432

A flurry of development plans submitted at the end of the year meant Norway overtook the US to have the highest total offshore project capital expenditure committed anywhere in 2017.

21 December 2017, Week 50, Issue 431

Centrica aims to extract 56 bcf (1.6 bcm) of natural gas from its Rough storage site in 2018.

14 December 2017, Week 49, Issue 430

The closure of the UK’s Forties Pipeline System (FPS) and an explosion at an Austrian gas hub have created a perfect storm for the European energy market.

07 December 2017, Week 48, Issue 429

Denmark passed a law on November 30 allowing it to prevent the construction of Russia’s Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline through its waters on the grounds of security or foreign policy interests.

30 November 2017, Week 47, Issue 428

BP’s agreement to sell its stake in the North Sea’s Rhum field, which is part-owned by a subsidiary of Iran’s national oil company (NOC), could prove a key test of the US’ shifting stance on...

23 November 2017, Week 46, Issue 427

Statoil intends to step up its exploration activities on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) in 2018. 

16 November 2017, Week 45, Issue 426

The Dutch Council of State has ruled that the current level of production at the Groningen natural gas field should remain unchanged.

09 November 2017, Week 44, Issue 425

Greenland will hold an offshore oil and gas licensing round in December, the country’s Ministry of Mineral Resources told NewsBase Intelligence (NBI) in exclusive comments on November 9.

03 November, Week 43, Issue 424

Premier Oil successfully deployed and linked its floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel BW Catcher at the Catcher oilfield in the North Sea on October 23.