South Africa: “Total to resume drilling at Brulpadda prospect in December” – partner

South Africa: “Total to resume drilling at Brulpadda prospect in December” – partner

France’s Total and partners will resume drilling at the Brulpadda prospect offshore South Africa in December, a minority partner in the field said on Wednesday. Advertisements

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Northern Security: Analyst not clear Cabo Delgado attack targeted oil company

Northern Security: Analyst  not clear Cabo Delgado attack targeted oil company

An analyst at British consultancy Risk Advisory has told Lusa that it is not clear that the attacks in northern Mozambique which killed one person on Thursday were aimed at the oil company Andarko.

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Africa Oil & Gas: Senegal hires Doris Engineering for oil & gas advisory services

Africa Oil & Gas: Senegal hires Doris Engineering for oil & gas advisory services

Senegal government has hired Doris Engineering to provide advisory services to Senegalese Ministry of Petroleum and Energies for the development for the development of oil & gas projects offshore Senegal.

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Mozambique Oil & Gas: ExxonMobil to start drilling for oil/gas soon

Mozambique Oil & Gas: ExxonMobil to start drilling for oil/gas soon

Mozambique has granted ExxonMobil the right to drill for oil and natural gas in the country’s central and northern regions. ExxonMobil will build the world’s biggest liquefaction units (outside Qatar). Under the new development plans approved by the government Exxon’s first two liquefaction units should start producing in 2024.

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Industry Analysis: Can Angola Overhaul Its Struggling Oil Industry?

Industry Analysis: Can Angola Overhaul Its Struggling Oil Industry?

It is quite rare for African national oil companies (NOCs) to liberalize, especially in countries that are heavily dependent on oil revenues. Yet Angola, whose stability was sent reeling by the oil price crash of 2015-2016, is making great strides in transforming the national champion Sonangol into a more accountable and competitive business entity.

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Global Industry: IEA publishes 3rd annual Global Gas Security Review to assess LNG markets evolution

Global Industry: IEA publishes 3rd annual Global Gas Security Review to assess  LNG markets evolution

The evolution of the global natural gas market, which has been driven by the growth in liquefied natural gas (LNG) demand, continues to change the relationship between buyers and sellers, and raises new challenges for the global security of energy supplies.

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Africa Oil & Gas: Is Resources-rich Mozambique the next Nigeria?

Africa Oil & Gas: Is Resources-rich Mozambique the next Nigeria?

Mozambique is poised to become the next big thing in liquefied natural gas. If it fails to settle its security situation in the Cabo Delgado province, it could also become the next big thing in African insurgencies.

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