Author: Ian Lewis
NLNG strikes while the iron’s hot
20 July 2018
Plans are finally in motion to expand Nigeria’s LNG export capacity
Targeting frontier areas in the North Sea
19 July 2018
Latest license round set to unlock stranded reserves
Extending the life of the North Sea
19 July 2018
Oil and gas production is likely to sag in the coming years, but the industry won’t go without a fight
Serica sanguine on Iran sanctions
13 July 2018
The firm's historic links to Iran are in the spotlight as US sanctions resume
The return of cautious optimism in the North Sea
13 July 2018
The UK’s North Sea hub, braced for production declines, has received a boost from new investments and revived interest from the supermajors
Shah Deniz 2 gas kickstarts southern corridor project
5 July 2018
The pipeline network joining the Caspian to Europe isn’t finished yet, but the gas is, at least, now flowing part of the way
Interview: Creating your own demand
2 July 2018
BB Energy has joined the club of oil traders investing heavily in downstream activities and pre-financing techniques to bolster demand for its products
LNG demand to rise, but supply in question
29 June 2018
There's a glut now, but future demand growth can support huge export capacity increases—if the massive investment needed is forthcoming
Time to prioritise gas?
28 June 2018
With peak oil approaching, the industry's thoughts are turning increasingly to gas investments
The heat is on
26 June 2018
Higher power demand due to hot weather helped push up European LNG demand in 2017. But the sector is far from buoyant
Barents comes into focus for Norway
22 June 2018
There's a lot more gas and oil to be found in the Norwegian Arctic, if the explorers can be persuaded to look for it
LNG in Europe: The heat is on
22 June 2018
Higher power demand due to hot weather helped pushed up European LNG demand in 2017. But the sector is far from buoyant
ExxonMobil drilling heralds oil era in Guyana
15 June 2018
Keen to add to its production base, ExxonMobil hopes to have the oil flowing from offshore Guyana within two years
Tech firms jostle for a slice of the FLNG pie
12 June 2018
BHGE, Black and Veatch, TechnipFMC and a host of other firms are honing their FLNG products
FLNG takes centre stage
11 June 2018
Floating LNG is soon likely to provide virtually all new export capacity in West Africa
UK doubles down on nuclear power plans
6 June 2018
London is stepping up its talks with Hitachi over the proposed Wylfa Newydd plant
LNG: lots today, even more tomorrow
4 June 2018
Vast amounts of export capacity are coming on stream, so it's just as well that demand looks set to keep growing
Europe drags feet on carbon capture
1 June 2018
European carbon emissions aren’t falling fast enough, but carbon capture and storage projects still remain low on the priority list
Further finds needed in Ghana's offshore
29 May 2018
Exploration and production projects are being fast-tracked
A Rhum deal: US sanctions threaten North Sea project
24 May 2018
Uncertainty over US sanctions is causing jitters among oil and gas project developers
Uncertain days for Malaysia's oil industry
18 May 2018
The surprise victory of the opposition alliance in Malaysia could lead to a new relationship between the government and Petronas
Tanzania playing catch up on LNG project
10 May 2018
The NOC wants to get a stalled LNG project moving, but doubts remain over the operating environment
All eyes on Cameroon's first FLNG project
8 May 2018
Success for Golar's facility could ease the way for further developments off Africa’s coasts
Mixed fortunes in oil majors' results round
3 May 2018
Upstream results from some leading oil firms were the best seen for years, but others fell flat
Better times for oilfield services
26 April 2018
Revenues at the sector's big firms are picking up, but the global outlook remains uncertain.
Shipping sector braces for emissions storm
20 April 2018
Is the fuel oil market ready for tighter carbon and sulphur emissions rules on shipping?