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Uganda is finally launching its bid round, ending an eight-year freeze on the licensing of new acreage in its energy sector, writes Jacinta Windham
IS may have established a rudimentary oil and gas system, but it needs to find fresh production if it is to support itself, reports James Gavin
The country’s oil giants aren’t in the rosiest financial health, but remain ready to scoop up assets elsewhere
Venezuela’s economy is cratering. But the state firm has a new development strategy for its heavy oil play. Justin Jacobs, in the Orinoco Belt, reports
THESE are nervous times for the energy industry. The sector has yet to fully find its feet following the collapse of oil’s latest bull run.
The Middle East and North Africa is a gas-rich region, yet many countries there are becoming increasingly reliant on gas imports from elsewhere in the world. Robin Mills explains how this state of affairs has arisen and looks at what needs to be done, if the trend is to be reversed
Qatar's state investment vehicle QIA has hedged its bets with the Shell-BG proposed takeover, writes David Evans of PE sister publication Sovereign Wealth Center
The latest target rollover means more crude is on the way.
Damon Evans talks to Matthias Bichsel, former director of projects and technology at Anglo-Dutch supermajor Shell about the prospects for innovation and collaboration in the oil and gas business