Eni’s Offshore Cape Three Points project  in Ghana. Eni) Pipelines, Storage & Power

Ghana pipeline delays may stymie Sankofa

Delays mean gas from Eni’s Sankofa field is likely to arrive before Ghana’s pipelines and power projects are ready for it.

By Miriam Malek 18 August 2017
LNG

Eni to invest $50 bln in Mozambique LNG

Italy’s Eni plans to invest $50 billion in developing its massive offshore Mozambique discovery with the aim of exporting the gas to Asia, Chief Executive Paolo Scaroni said on Friday after visiting East Africa.

14 November 2011
LNG

Eni to invest $50 billion in Mozambique LNG

Italy’s Eni plans to invest $50 billion in developing its massive offshore Mozambique discovery with the aim of exporting the gas to Asia, Chief Executive Paolso Scaroni said on Friday after visiting East Africa.

11 November 2011
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Restart of Libyan gas supply to have no impact on Gazprom's deliveries

The restart of Libyan gas supply to Italy will have no impact on Gazprom's total deliveries, the deputy CEO of Gazprom Export, Sergei Chelpanov, said during a conference call for investors on Wednesday.

10 November 2011
Exploration & Production

Tullow lowers Jubilee output guidance on ‘mechanical issues’

London-listed Tullow Oil downgraded its production guidance for the Jubilee field in Ghana by 3.7% to between 79,000 and 81,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boe/d) because of “mechanical issues” related to the design of the well completions.

9 November 2011
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Beijing construction firm wins Mozambique gas pipeline tender

Beijing Urban Construction Group Co. (BUCG) has won a tender to build a $280 million gas pipeline in Mozambique from national oil and gas company Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetes (ENH), a BUCG official, Liu Jian, confirmed on Monday.

8 November 2011
Exploration & Production

PetroTrans holds LNG talks with Djibouti

China’s PetroTrans has held talks with the Djibouti government about the possibility of building LNG export facilities for gas produced over the border in Ethiopia, the company’s legal adviser Philip Hirschler told Interfax on Tuesday.

8 November 2011
Companies & Finance

Sinopec subsidiary buys Shell Cameroon stake

Addax Petroleum, a subsidiary of Sinopec this week bought an 80% stake in exploration and production company Pecten Cameroon from Royal Dutch Shell, a spokesman for Shell confirmed to Interfax on Friday.

4 November 2011
The Mellitah treatment plant in Western Libya. (Eni) Pipelines, Storage & Power

Eni ramps up GreenStream volumes to Italy

Through the GreenStream gas pipeline, Eni is increasing gas volumes to Italy with the restart of production at the Bahr Essalam field offshore Libya on Wednesday.

3 November 2011
The proposed LNG station is offshore Port Qasim, on the southern coast of Pakistan. (Wikicommons) LNG

Claims of favouritism dog Pakistan LNG

After awarding permits to construct Pakistan’s first LNG import terminal, the government appears to be making a show of transparency. But just a few weeks later, the project is still shrouded by claims of favouritism.

3 November 2011
Exploration & Production

Production resumes at main Libyan field providing Italy with gas

The joint venture between Italian energy company Eni and Libya's National Oil Company (NOC), Mellitah Oil & Gas, resumed production at the Bahr Essalam deposit in Libya, the main supplier for the GreenStream gas pipeline to Italy, on Wednesday.

3 November 2011
Questions about the health of Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika are causing factional rivalries within the ruling elite over who will replace him. (PA) Exploration & Production

Algeria hasn’t escaped Arab Spring unscathed

Algeria has so far managed to avoid wide-spread protests of the scale seen in neighbouring Libya, but that does not mean the country has been unaffected by the Arab Spring.

2 November 2011
Exploration & Production

Heritage secures Tanzanian acreage

Heritage Oil has bought exploration rights to the Rukwa Rift Basin in Tanzania, an 18,920 square km slice of land on the border with Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

1 November 2011
Exploration & Production

Apache to invest an additional $1.5 billion in Egypt next year

United States independent Apache will boost investment in its Egypt operations by $1.5 billion starting in 2012, Osama Saleh, the head of the General Authority for Investment and Free Zones (GAFI) told reporters on Saturday.

31 October 2011
Exploration & Production

ELNG second train more likely

There is now an 80% chance that sufficient gas reserves in the Block R concession off the coast of Equatorial Guinea will be found to warrant a second train at the Bioko Island LNG terminal, the licence’s operator Ophir Energy said on Monday.

31 October 2011
Kenya is hoping for big gas finds off its coastline Exploration & Production

Kenya looks to emulate East African drilling success

Big gas discoveries in Mozambique and Tanzania are raising hopes similar finds up and down the East African coastline, including in Kenya. But how likely is this?

28 October 2011
Exploration & Production

Still no word from Eni on force-majeure termination at Elephant - Gazprom Neft

Gazprom Neft has still not received any communication from Italian company Eni on the end of force-majeure at the Elephant field in Libya, Gazprom Neft chief Alexander Dyukov told journalists on Friday.

28 October 2011
Exploration & Production

Eni’s ‘giant’ Mozambique discovery exceeds expectations

Italian major Eni’s new enormous gas discovery off the coast of Mozambique is actually an “unprecedented” 50% larger than initially anticipated, the company announced on Thursday.

27 October 2011
LNG

Uncertainty looms over Nigeria power loan from US

There was uncertainty over final approval for a $1.5 billion loan from the US Export Import Bank for new power projects in Nigeria after local media reports suggested some in Nigeria’s parliament opposed the deal.

25 October 2011
Companies & Finance

Halliburton investigating Angolan allegations

Oil services group Halliburton is investigating allegations that current and former employees violated the United States’ Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) through “the use of an Angolan vendor”.

24 October 2011
Policy & Regulation

Implications of Tunisian elections still uncertain

The moderate Islamic party Ennahda is expected to secure the largest share of votes in Tunisia’s election when results are announced tomorrow, though the implications of this for oil and gas companies are still uncertain.

24 October 2011

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