Denmark on Monday gave Nord Stream 2 permission to use pipe-laying vessels with anchors to complete the final stretch of the gas pipeline in Danish waters, removing a key obstacle for the much-delayed project designed to bring more Russian natural gas to Europe.
As its state oil firm continues negotiations to end the blockade that has been stifling exports since January, Libya is set to export even less crude oil in July than it did in June.
Algeria’s state-owned oil company, Sonatrach, has announced that from December 2020 the country will no longer export fuel to the Lebanese public producer of electricity (EDL).
The Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company, SNEPCo, says it has shut the Bonga oil export terminal for routine maintenance.
The first shipment of U.S. crude oil is heading to Belarus this week, fulfilling a commitment made in February, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said.
In a statement, the West African Pipeline Company (WAPCo) announced the planned shutdown of the gas pipeline next Sunday, for a duration of 10 hrs, between 4 am and 2 pm. Maintenance work will indeed be carried out on the infrastructure by Eni Ghana, which plans to better connect its delivery terminals. Consequently, WAPCo customers in Tema will be…
Oil majors, Saudi Aramco and the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) have made plans to increase their crude oil supply by April amidst the oil price war between the country and Russia.
Argentina will sharply cut the approval process for gas exports, the energy ministry said on Friday, as the country looks to ramp up developments of its huge unconventional Vaca Muerta shale play and become a net energy exporter.
After importing around 4 million tonnes of petrol in 2019 to support its output, the story may not be the same for North African country Algeria in 2021 as it would begin to export petrol.
Libya is in dire need of assistance from the United States to lift the blockade of oil ports that has decimated the country’s oil production. “The continuation of the shutdowns will result in a catastrophic financial crisis,” said Prime Minister Fayez Serraj. “Losses from the oil shutdowns have exceeded $1.4bn. The figure is increasing every…