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Gazprom and PetroVietnam discuss development projects

Gazprom and PetroVietnam held a working meeting in Moscow to discuss projects in Vietnam

6 July 2018
Mergers & Acquisitions

Equinor buys Danske Commodities

Equinor has bought Danske Commodities – one of Europe’s largest short-term electricity and gas traders.

6 July 2018
LNG tanker en route to Japan Mergers & Acquisitions

Jera gains a European foothold for its surplus LNG

The world’s largest LNG buyer has gained greater access to European LNG infrastructure through its merger with EDF Trading.

6 July 2018
Companies

Gazprom discloses UK assets

Gazprom has revealed the assets it owns in the UK following an order to do so by a London court.

6 July 2018
Project Finance

Nord Stream 2 unnecessary for Germany – research institute

Germany does not need Gazprom’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline because the gas demand forecasts underpinning it are unrealistically high.

5 July 2018
Companies

Petrobras and CNPC discuss strategic partnership

Petrobras has signed a heads of agreement with CNPC to advance negotiations on a strategic partnership.

5 July 2018
Mergers & Acquisitions

Concerns raised over CKI bid for Australian pipeline operator APA

Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison has been asked to block a $9.8 billion bid by Hong Kong’s CK Infrastructure Holdings to buy APA Group.

5 July 2018
Project Finance

EBRD approves €500 mln loan for TAP

The EBRD has approved a loan of up to €500 million for the construction of TAP.

5 July 2018
Mergers & Acquisitions

Snam buys biomethane producer IES

Snam has acquired a 70% stake in biomethane producer IES Biogas.

5 July 2018
Companies

Rising prices will ease exporters’ carbon transition – Moody’s

Most national oil and gas exporters will be able to manage the global shift towards a lower reliance on carbon-intensive products, Moody’s has said.

5 July 2018
Javier Iguacel (right), Argentina’s new energy minister Companies

Argentina’s new energy minister will be hands off

Argentina’s new energy minister has reaffirmed the country’s commitment to the ‘free market’, but several structural challenges remain.

5 July 2018
Project Finance

CNOOC signs PSC for South China Sea concessions

CNOOC has signed a PSC with Roc Oil (Bohai) and Smart Oil Investment for the Weizhou 10-3W oilfield and Block 22/04 in the South China Sea.

4 July 2018
Results

Mahe gas field output hits 8.3 bcm

The Mahe gas field has produced 8.3 billion cubic metres of gas since it went online in November 2007

4 July 2018
Mergers & Acquisitions

Petrobras freezes asset sales after Brazilian supreme court ruling

Petrobras has suspended major asset sales nafter a Supreme Court justice ruled the country’s Congress needed to approve all privatisation.

4 July 2018
Companies

Joint venture delivers first Nigeria LPG cargo

The MT Sahara Gas, a newly built vessel owned by West Africa Gas Ltd, has completed its first shipment of LNG in Nigeria

4 July 2018
CNOOC’s Dapeng LNG terminal Project Finance

China eyes interconnections to sidestep gas shortages

China’s top gas companies are working to connect their LNG terminals to major cross-country pipelines as part of efforts to create an integrated national gas grid.

4 July 2018
Project Finance

Equinor to invest almost $1 bln in Troll field

Equinor is planning to invest NOK 7.8 billion in further development of the Troll field on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

3 July 2018
Mergers & Acquisitions

EDF and Total find buyers for 75% stake in Dunkirk LNG

EDF and Total will sell their joint 75% stake in France’s Dunkirk LNG terminal to two consortiums

3 July 2018
Mergers & Acquisitions

Savannah Petroleum to close Nigeria deal by Q3

Savannah Petroleum is close to completing a deal for the acquisition of several gas assets from Nigeria’s Seven Energy.

3 July 2018
Companies

Algeria boosts output from Alrar field

Algeria has stepped up production from the Alrar gas field near the Libyan border

3 July 2018

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