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FLNG vessel under construction for Mozambique’s Area 4

Construction has begun on the FLNG vessel that will process gas from Mozambique’s Offshore Area 4.

10 September 2018
Companies & Finance

Gunfire reported at Libya National Oil Co. headquarters

Gunmen fired shots inside the headquarters of Libya National Oil Co. on Monday.

10 September 2018
Angolan President João Lourenço. Exploration & Production

All change as Sonangol loses concession-granting role

A new regulator will take over the licensing, management and supervision of blocks from 2019 as Angola grapples with declining oil and gas output.

10 September 2018
Exploration & Production

Morocco awards Tendrara concession to Sound Energy

Morocco’s Ministry of Energy has awarded a production concession to Sound Energy for the Tendrara gas discovery

7 September 2018
Exploration & Production

CNPC signs memorandum of understanding for Uganda exploration

CNOOC has signed an MOU to jointly explore a n oil and gas block in Uganda

7 September 2018
Companies & Finance

NNPC signs agreement with CNOOC to develop Nigerian oilfield services

NNPC and CNOOC have signed an MOU to boost R&D in Nigeria's oil and gas industry

7 September 2018
LNG

Sonatrach draws up shortlist of four for new jetty at Skikda

Sonatrach will select a contractor to build a new jetty at the Skikda LNG plant by the end of September

7 September 2018
An offshore drilling rig Exploration & Production

QP and Chevron exit Moroccan offshore – ONHYM

Two more companies have abandoned their acreage off Morocco, but other explorers are more optimistic

6 September 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

NNPC to start construction of AKK pipeline with Chinese backing

NNPC aims to officially start construction of the 618 km Ajaokuta-Kaduna-Kano pipeline next month.

4 September 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

North Africa-Europe pipeline flows continue to climb

Pipeline flows from North Africa to Europe were up again last week, increasing by 1%.

4 September 2018
LNG

International dispute centre awards Union Fenosa $2.01 bln over Damietta

Union Fenosa Gas has received an award from the International Center for Settlement of International Disputes in relation to its case regarding Egypt’s Damietta LNG plant

3 September 2018
LNG

Ghana LNG developers sign construction agreement

The developer of a proposed 2 mtpa LNG terminal at the port of Tema in Ghana has signed a construction agreement with China Harbour Engineering

3 September 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Angola chooses South Korean companies for gas-to-power project

Angola’s government has selected a consortium of South Korean companies to build a 750 MW gas-fired power plant in Benguela province

31 August 2018
A power plant in South Africa Pipelines, Storage & Power

South Africa won’t import Moz gas by pipeline

Will South Africa drop the dream of building a giant pipeline from Mozambique?

31 August 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Sonatrach chooses EPC contractor for Tinhert project pipeline network

Sonatrach has selected Petrofac for an EPC contract for the Tinhert field development.

30 August 2018
A Mauritanian iron ore plant. Exploration & Production

Northwest African basin drawing more IOC interest

Shell has signed a deal for two blocks in Mauritanian waters as interest rises in the region’s offshore prospects.

30 August 2018
South Africa's Lethaba coal-fired power station Pipelines, Storage & Power

South Africa’s new energy plan good news for gas

Gas and renewables are the big winners in South Africa’s updated IRP, but a procurement process will need to start immediately to bring gas plants online by 2026.

30 August 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

North Africa-Europe flows rise on all four pipelines

Export volumes were up by 4% last week, to 574.4 MMcm, as gas transit increased on all four routes.

28 August 2018
LNG

Hilli Episeyo generating interest in Golar’s FLNG capability

Golar LNG’s 2.4 mtpa Hilli Episeyo FLNG vessel is generating more interest in the company’s FLNG concept, Golar has said.

24 August 2018
A power plant in Morocco. LNG

Morocco in no rush to start importing LNG

The country's LNG-to-power project is set to start up three years later than previously expected, but the delay is unlikely to cause any problems.

23 August 2018

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