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Total Shareholders Support Climate Plan, Rebranding to TotalEnergies

May 28, 2021

Oil and gas group Total won more than 90% backing for its climate plan to gradually reduce its emissions on Friday, when shareholders also voted overwhelmingly in favor of its rebrand as TotalEnergies to mark its shift to renewable energy.Some…

Total, Chevron Stop Payments to Myanmar Junta from Offshore Gas Project

May 27, 2021

French oil and gas group Total and U.S. energy company Chevron have suspended some payments from a gas joint venture that would have reached Myanmar's junta, earning praise from pro-democracy activists for taking an important first step.International…

Actemium, Semco Maritime to Deliver Commissioning Services for Tyra Redevelopment

May 17, 2021

French oil firm Total has awarded a commissioning services contract for its Tyra Redevelopment Project in the Danish North Sea to a consortium comprised of Actemium Oil & Gas Commissioning and Semco Maritime.The Tyra Redevelopment Project is…

Suriname: Total Extends Maersk Drilling Rig Charter

May 12, 2021

French oil firm Total has extended the contract with the Danish drilling contractor Maersk Drilling for the use of the Maersk Developer offshore drilling rig in Suriname.Total, via its Suriname subsidiary Total E&P Suriname, has exercised an…

Bilfinger Nets 5-year Offshore Inspection Services Contract with Total in Denmark

May 10, 2021

Total E&P Denmark has awarded Bilfinger a €40 million (~$48,6 million) contract for inspection services on the offshore assets in Denmark.Starting in July 2021, the contract will run for five years with 2x1-year extension options and will cover all of Total's assets offshore Denmark…

Total Brings Online Zinia Phase 2 Offshore Angola

May 06, 2021

French oil major Total has started oil production from the Zinia Phase 2 project offshore Angola, connected to the existing Pazflor FPSO.The  Zinia Phase 2 project includes the drilling of nine wells and is expected to reach a production of 40…

Total Extends Havila PSV Charters in Denmark

May 03, 2021

Norwegian offshore vessel operator Havila Shipping has won contract extensions for two of its platform supply vessels with Total in Denmark.Havila said Monday that Total DK, a Danish subsidiary of the French oil major Total, had declared extension…

Total Returns to Pre-pandemic Profit Levels

Apr 29, 2021

French energy group Total SE posted first-quarter earnings on Thursday close to levels from before the coronavirus pandemic, as higher oil and gas prices boosted its trading business and it increased electricity production.The company, which…

University of Aberdeen, Total, Launch Energy Transition Scholarships

Apr 28, 2021

Energy company Total is funding £46,400 in scholarships for Masters programs at the University of Aberdeen related to the energy transition.The scholarships—which begin in September this year and include one each across the University’s MSc…

ASCO Trinidad Scores Total Contract Win

Apr 26, 2021

ASCO won an integrated logistics management contract from Total E&P Suriname BV (Total).The contract, which came into effect on December 31, 2020, will be delivered from ASCO Trinidad’s Chaguaramas bases.The work scope, which will support Total’s…

Total Declares Force Majeure on $20B Mozambique LNG Project After Attacks

Apr 26, 2021

French energy group Total declared force majeure on its $20 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Mozambique and confirmed it had withdrawn all staff from the construction site following insurgent attacks last month.Dozens of civilians…

Total to Resume Work at $20B LNG Project in Conflict-hit Mozambique

Mar 24, 2021

Total will gradually resume construction at its $20 billion liquefied natural gas development in northern Mozambique after working with the government to increase the site's security, the French oil major said in a statement on Wednesday.Total…

Myanmar Coup: Right Groups Call on Oil Firm Total to Suspend Payments on Operations

Mar 16, 2021

Total faced calls from rights groups on Tuesday to suspend payments on operations in Myanmar following a coup, after the oil group said it was worried about the situation while also highlighting the importance of its business there.The French company…

Apache, Total Halt Suriname Offshore Drilling due to Pressure

Mar 10, 2021

Oil and gas companies Apache and Total have been forced to stop drilling operations at an offshore well in Suriname due to 'substantial pressure increases.'As announced on January 14, the Keskesi East-1 well discovered oil, volatile oil, and…

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