Statoil intends to step up its exploration activities on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) in 2018.
The Dutch Council of State has ruled that the current level of production at the Groningen natural gas field should remain unchanged.
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.
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.
The CEO of France’s Total confirmed this week that it was among companies that are in talks with French utility Engie with a view to buying its LNG assets.
Gas Natural Fenosa has agreed to sell its Italian gas distribution business to local gas grid operator 2i Rete Gas, in a deal said to be worth 727 million euros (US$856 million).
Barcelona-based Gas Natural Fenosa decided late last week to move its corporate headquarters to Madrid.
A European Union-backed natural gas pipeline envisioned to reduce Central Europe’s reliance on Russian energy imports is back on track after a critical setback this summer.
Scotland’s government has announced it will extend a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing indefinitely.
France’s Total is through the worst and back in growth mode, its CEO told investors on September 25, as the company outlined plans to approve a raft of new projects.
Hurricane Energy announced last week it is on target to produce first oil from its Lancaster discovery in the first half of 2019.
Norway went to the polls on September 11 with the future of its oil and gas industry taking centre stage as a campaign issue.
France’s Total has agreed to sell off its stake in the Gina Krog field, which is located in the Norwegian North Sea around 250 km west of Stavanger. The buyer is the Kuwait Foreign Petroleum...
Norway’s Statoil has suffered a major setback after a much-publicised exploratory well in the Barents Sea came up short.