Tagged With BP
Madagascar unveils new offshore acreage
11 December 2018
The island nation hopes it can emulate hydrocarbons finds in neighbouring Mozambique
IOCs stay committed to south Iraq
16 November 2018
IOCs are pushing ahead with plans for output expansion—and the phasing out of flaring—despite Basra violence this summer
Senegal’s energy hub ambitions gather pace
2 November 2018
Two big hydrocarbons projects are heading for FID with Woodside stepping up to take operatorship of the SNE development
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
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
Brazil's floating future
5 July 2018
The resignation of Petrobras’ boss comes just as it begins to reap the benefits of his reform programme
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
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
FLNG takes centre stage
11 June 2018
Floating LNG is soon likely to provide virtually all new export capacity in West Africa
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
Iraq pushes for fresh oil expansion
4 May 2018
Despite hurdles, energy sector ambitions abound
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
BP ploughs lonely shale gas furrow in China
2 May 2018
China is inviting foreign operators to develop its vast deposits
Refiners and finance: who's winning and where?
20 April 2018
Companies that splurged on sophisticated capacity additions, like Repsol and Tüpraş, and the majors with balanced upstream-downstream portfolios will benefit most
Mixed fortunes in Mauritania—Senegal
19 April 2018
Drilling for the gas export project between the two countries has been disappointing
Algeria's expansion strategy
12 April 2018
The country's energy sector has big ideas for the future—if the creaking political establishment will approve them
BP developments extend North Sea bounce
11 April 2018
The supermajor bucks the trend by investing in two smaller fields.
Energy looks to blockchain for efficiency gains
9 April 2018
Distributed ledger technology is key to the next stage in energy management
Adnoc opens up
28 March 2018
The company now faces a group-wide transformation
Libya's oil output restrained
28 March 2018
Investment is needed to boost production capacity
North Sea oil and gas bounce may be short-lived
22 March 2018
The UK oil industry’s trade body is cautious over prospects for the maturing oil province
Full speed ahead for Egypt's gas
15 March 2018
Eni's parallel-development method has enabled it to smash records at its mega-giant Zohr gas project. Petroleum Economist was given exclusive access to the onshore operations
North Sea—life in the old dog
12 March 2018
There's still plenty more value to be eked out of the maturing basin, according to one of the region's most experienced operators
Oman fine tunes
7 March 2018
With liquefied natural gas production approaching capacity again, the country is adapting to shifting market patterns
Brazil back on track
2 March 2018
This year should see Brazil's recovery deepen, but also holds the risk of a presidential election derailing it
BP sees increasing energy sector competition
1 March 2018
The UK company's latest energy outlook flags up more diversity, but doesn’t predict an imminent collapse in oil demand