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Oil Jumps to Two-Year High. Strong Levels Here to Stay, Analyst Says

Jun 07, 2021

Oil jumped to a two-year high above $72 a barrel on Monday, extending this year's rally supported by recovering demand and OPEC+ supply curbs, before giving up the gains as investors took profits.Demand is rising in the United States and Europe as COVID-19 restrictions are loosened and…

Eni to Tie Maha 2 Discovery to Jangkrik FPU

Jun 07, 2021

Italian oil and gas company Eni has said it has successfully drilled and tested the Maha 2 appraisal well offshore Indonesia, and will most likely tie it to the Jangkrik floating production unit.The well is located in West Ganal block offshore Kalimantan…

Siccar Point Applies for Cambo Field Development Consent

Jun 07, 2021

UK-focused oil and gas company Siccar Point Energy has made an application for consent to the Oil and Gas Authority for an environmental statement for the Cambo field development located near the UK/Faroe Island transboundary line.The Cambo…

PHOTO: IOG's Blythe and Southwark Platforms Installed in North Sea

Jun 07, 2021

North Sea-focused oil and gas company IOG has installed the Blythe and Southwark gas platforms at their respective offshore field locations in the UK.Located in the southern North Sea, the two usually unmanned, remotely controlled platforms…

KrisEnergy Files for Liquidation as Apsara Field Fails to Deliver

Jun 04, 2021

KrisEnergy, an oil and gas company focused on Southeast Asia, said Friday it had filed a winding-up petition and that it would proceed to liquidation due to its inability to pay debts.KrisEnergy warned about this outcome back on March 31 when it said that the production from the Apsara field…

Transformative Deal: Hibiscus to Pay $212.5M for Repsol's Offshore Blocks in Vietnam and Malaysia

Jun 04, 2021

Malaysian oil and gas company Hibiscus Petroleum has confirmed it has agreed to buy Repsol’s interest in oil and gas assets in Malaysia and Vietnam for $212.5 million.The announcement comes after Repsol earlier this week announced the sale to Hibiscus…

Hurricane Energy Seeks Shorter FPSO Charter to Avoid Business Wind-down

Jun 04, 2021

Hurricane Energy plc, an oil and gas company that produces oil from the Lancaster field off the UK, is facing business wind-down unless it agrees a shorter charter extension for the Aoka Mizu FPSO than originally agreed.The company, which started…

Lukoil CEO Expects OPEC+ to Raise Oil Output

Jun 03, 2021

Vagit Alekperov, the head of Russia's second-largest oil company Lukoil, said on Thursday that he expects the group of leading oil producers, known as OPEC+, will decide to raise output at its meeting next month.In an interview with Reuters…

Karoon Reaches FID on Patola Field Development in Brazil

Jun 03, 2021

Australian oil and gas company Karoon has reached the Final Investment Decision to proceed with the development of the Patola field, offshore Brazil.The Patola field is located within the 100% Karoon-owned and operated BM-S-40 Production Licence in the Santos Basin…

MODEC Confirms Bacalhau FPSO Order

Jun 03, 2021

Japanese FPSO specialist MODEC has been awarded the contract for the delivery of an FPSO unit for Equinor's Bacalhau development.The EPCI contract award follows the final investment decision for the development of the field, announced by Equinor and its partners Tuesday…

Lawsuit Challenges ExxonMobil's Exploration and Production Activities in Guyana

Jun 02, 2021

A landmark lawsuit filed against Guyana's government, arguing that oil production fuels climate change, could bolster legal action as court cases involving energy companies and state authorities surge, according to lawyers and environmentalists…

Novatek, Glencore Ink Arctic LNG 2 Gas Supply Deal

Jun 02, 2021

Russian gas company Novatek has signed heads of agreement with Glencore for the long-term supply of LNG from the Arctic LNG 2 project.The agreement, signed Wednesday at Saint-Petersburg International Economic Forum, established the key commercial terms for the long-term supply of more than of 0…

Portugal's Galp to Limit Fossil Fuel Spending, Set Aside 30% of Capex for Renewables

Jun 02, 2021

Portugal's Galp Energia will sharpen its focus on renewable energy and limit fossil fuel spending to already approved developments, resulting in a 20% cut in five-year capital expenditure, the company said on Wednesday.Oil and gas company Galp is following a broader trend…

Nigeria Awards Marginal Oilfields

Jun 02, 2021

Nigeria has awarded the rights to develop marginal oilfields to 50% of the 161 firms shortlisted after they met all the conditions, the petroleum regulator said on Tuesday.Nigeria is looking to production from the fields to bolster state finances and increase local participation in the oil sector…

Thousands of New Oil Wells Needed to Meet Demand, Rystad Says

Jun 02, 2021

Thousands of new oil wells and hundreds of new oilfields will be needed to meet global demand even if it falls sharply towards the middle of the century, Oslo-based consultancy Rystad Energy said last Friday.Its analysis stands in sharp contrast…

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