Oil & Gas

  • EnQuest to Buy Whalsay's Bentley Discovery

    British North Sea-focused oil producer EnQuest said it has signed a share purchase agreement (SPA) to purchase Whalsay Energy's 100% equity interest in the P1078 license containing one of the largest undeveloped oil fields in the U.K. North Sea.

     

  • ENOC’s terminals operations further expand into...

    ENOC Group in partnership with Rotary Arabia, one of the premier EPC contractors in Saudi Arabia, completed the building of vital pipeline and tank infrastructure to transport and store petrochemicals in the Kingdom’s western region.
     
     

  • GlobalData: 35% of Equinor's Total oil and...

    Norwegian oil and gas firm Equinor is on track to have over 35% of its total oil and gas production base by 2025 powered from shore, GlobalData, a data and analytics company said Thursday, citing Equinor's active and upcoming electrification projects across the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

     

  • NOVATEK elects new board of directors

    Russia's largest independent natural gas producer PAO NOVATEK announced Friday that the annual general meeting of shareholders (AGM) approved the election of members to the board of directors.

     

  • Petrobras, partners decide on partial "...

    Brazilian oil company Petrobras, as a leader of the Libra consortium operating the Libra offshore area in Brazil, on Friday said the consortium had informed the national regulator of the "devolution" of the part of the block.

     

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ADNOC invests $318 million to connect smart wells at Bu Hasa

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), announced today, an investment of up to $318 million (AED1.16 billion) to connect newly drilled smart wells to the main production facilities at Bu Hasa, which will sustain production capacity of 650,000 barrels per day (bpd) at ADNOC’s largest onshore asset.   
 

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Upstream spending won't reach pre-crisis levels any time soon, Rystad says

Spending in the upstream oil and gas sector is expected to gradually begin to rise from 2022, however, it will not reach the pre-crisis period any time soon as the toll of the Covid-19 pandemic on upstream investments in the first two years of the downturn is estimated at a whopping $285 billion, Rystad Energy said Wednesday.

 
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