Tagged With BP
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
Senegal—the start of a beautiful friendship
21 February 2018
A victory for Macky Sall in the presidential elections in 2019 would cement the future of his country's hydrocarbons industry and bring more exploration
Senegal-Mauritania borderline development
21 February 2018
A project straddling Senegal's northern maritime border could be signed off by the end of the year, despite its complexities
Senegal moves towards first oil
21 February 2018
The Cairn-led SNE venture must now convert some of the world's largest recent discoveries into viable production
North Sea's golden years
15 February 2018
The region may be past its prime but is still running with the best
Central Asia on the move
15 February 2018
States are looking for energy output, Central European ones for diversification and integration
Senegal-Mauritania deal boosts LNG export project
13 February 2018
BP and Kosmos Energy plan to give the Greater Tortue development the green light later this year
West Africa—ready to blossom
12 February 2018
The region looks forward to a year of intensified oil and natural gas activity
Senegal's crunch year
7 February 2018
With two major projects ready for sanctioning, 2018 will be pivotal for the country's upstream aspirations
Ones and zeroes
31 January 2018
Oil executives will have to invest in their digital futures in 2018 to keep up
BP strengthens Oman gas ties
24 January 2018
With its Khazzan field boosting Oman's liquefied natural gas output, BP has moved into marketing the fuel
Peak demand and oil's long-term trap
19 January 2018
Fixating on the timing of a peak in oil demand is misplaced. Rather, the peak's significance is in shifting the paradigm, from perceived scarcity to perceived abundance. And it poses a problem for low-cost producers
Majors come calling for Brazil's pre-salt
16 January 2018
Shell and Petrobras were the big winners in Brazil's latest upstream bid round, along with backers of Brazil's oil reforms
Big oil buying into green
16 January 2018
2018 looks set to be another big year in renewables deal-making for the oil majors
Forties crude flows again, but safety concerns linger
9 January 2018
Continuing investigations by UK authorities into the temporary closure of a key North Sea pipeline network could signal further safety worries