Tagged With Cairn Energy
Mixed fortunes in Mauritania—Senegal
19 April 2018
Drilling for the gas export project between the two countries has been disappointing
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
Senegal's crunch year
7 February 2018
With two major projects ready for sanctioning, 2018 will be pivotal for the country's upstream aspirations
Where did it all go right for Senegal?
12 January 2018
Major oil and gas discoveries make the country set to move from speculative play to producer
African competition hots up
11 January 2018
It's a tough environment for exploration, but some countries are making headway
Help arrives in India
31 October 2017
India's government has sweetened its upstream terms, hoping to spur much more activity
Senegal's vote in favour
29 September 2017
The coalition ruling one of Africa's more stable nations has out-performed expectations in recent polls, giving assurance to the hydrocarbons sector
Heavyweights lift Mexico's second oil round
21 June 2017
Drilling boom offers bright spot in otherwise bleak global oil exploration outlook
Senegal's offshore oil plans inch ahead
26 April 2017
Cairn seeks to manage expectations, as reserve estimates grow
High hopes for Senegal oil reservoir discovery
13 October 2014
Oil reservoir discovery off Senegal could house significant potential for the area
Strings attached in Cairn/Vedanta deal
5 July 2011
Vedanta Resources is inching closer to its proposed take-over of Cairn India, after the Indian government cleared the long-delayed deal
Picking through the crumbs
1 April 2005
Flushed with Cairn Energy's success, the firm's exploration director, Mike Watts, takes great enjoyment at industry conferences in putting up a map of Southeast Asia showing the huge number of wells drilled across the region by the biggest seven oil companies in the world. The red dots outside India total 8,000. Inside the country? Well, it's somewhat fewer – 12. Steve Hawkes reports.