The Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea has signed a number of MoUs with successful bidders for its 2019 Licensing Round, on the sidelines of the Global Energy Forum of the Atlantic Council in Abu Dhabi.
Total, the operator of Block 17 offshore Angola, along with partners Equinor, Exxon, and BP, has signed a contract with national oil, gas, and biofuels agency ANPG and state-owned Sonangol of Angola, to Increase the consortium’s production licenses to 2045.
Equatorial Guinean oil and gas ministry has allocated more time to ExxonMobil to fully decide the “ commerciality” of two offshore blocks EG06 and EG-11.
Chevron handed an award to OneSubsea for their supply of integrated subsea production and multiphase boosting system for the Anchor Field in the US Gulf of Mexico.
Norway’s DOF Subsea has attained a contract of about two months with an anonymous, international energy client in Africa.
Offshore drilling company Odfjell Drilling and Semco Maritime have signed a contract for the modification of Deepsea Stavanger rig before it starts a nine-month drilling campaign for Total outside South Africa.
Malaysian oil company Petronas at a ceremony named its second Floating LNG unit “The PFLNG DUA”, the ceremony took place at Samsung Heavy Industries.
Oil giant Shell has chosen Shearwater GeoServices for the acquisition project in the Black Sea.
According to data put together by Rystad Energy, Brazilian oil company Petrobras could become the world’s largest oil producer among the publicly listed companies by the year 2030.
Qatar Petroleum will boost Qatar’s LNG production to 126 million tons per year (tpy) by 2027, it will be an increase of 64% from the present 77 million tpy.