Tagged With Eni
Cyprus: long wait for celebration
19 April 2018
The rising prospect of East Med natural gas sales is lifting Cyprus' hopes of finding a market, despite Turkish threats
Nigeria's election hangs over energy sector
19 April 2018
Africa's biggest economy is growing again. But next year's vote is stalling reform and investment in its crucial energy sector
Majors snap up Mexico's shallow-water offering
28 March 2018
Industry heavyweights have piled in after large discoveries in the Sureste Basin, which has emerged as the country's most promising area outside the deep waters
The Zohr effect
15 March 2018
Hopes are high of fresh finds in the area
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
Troubled waters ahead in Israel-Lebanon border dispute
8 March 2018
A maritime border dispute between Israel and Lebanon, and a plan by IOCs to start drilling close to the contested area, are contributing to regional tensions
Libya's seesawing oil production
2 March 2018
The head of the country's National Oil Corporation is succeeding in pushing output higher against the odds, only for its ubiquitous militias to push it back down again
Maputo's new partner
14 February 2018
An American oil giant will take the lead in the Rovuma
Uganda leading pipeline race
13 February 2018
The country's oil-export pipeline will make progress. Tanzania's LNG plans probably won’t
Mexico in full swing
8 February 2018
A year of further energy liberalisation and continued upstream and midstream expansion lies ahead
Big oil buying into green
16 January 2018
2018 looks set to be another big year in renewables deal-making for the oil majors
Egypt's gas transmission strategy
10 January 2018
With natural gas from the super-giant Zohr field now flowing ashore, plans are in place to make distribution of the fuel more efficient and to expand wind power
Time for financial discipline
2 January 2018
The pattern of consolidation and restructuring among oil companies during the past year looks set to continue
East Mediterranean—a mixed bag
12 December 2017
While Egypt's gas output is set to soar, Cypriot and Israeli exports are being curtailed by regional politics and low prices. It's a mixed outlook for East Mediterranean gas
Republic of Congo bouncing back
30 November 2017
The central African nation looked to be a hydrocarbons has-been, but chunky discoveries in recent years have reversed the trend
Exploration Company of the Year
27 November 2017
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Cyprus catching up?
31 October 2017
Egypt is far ahead in the race to be the top East Med gas producer, but Cyprus is hoping it will soon move into second place
FLNG—a quiet revolution
19 October 2017
Shell and Petronas pushed the technology first, but African developers are poised to transform the continent into an FLNG production hub
Companies are deciding to invest again, but can the other projects compete with US tight oil?
25 July 2017
Despite an increase in new projects sanctioned this year, shale still poses a threat
Egypt: gas to the rescue
18 July 2017
A booming natural gas sector means a return to self-sufficiency and a chance to overcome some of Egypt's economic and social problems
Oil firms need to come clean on climate threat
26 June 2017
The sector must step up its investments in clean energy and efforts to mitigate climate change or risk being left with expensive, stranded assets, says a new report
Heavyweights lift Mexico's second oil round
21 June 2017
Drilling boom offers bright spot in otherwise bleak global oil exploration outlook
Cyprus dreams again
24 May 2017
Developers working offshore the island think they may be about to unlock vast new reserves. Taking them to a depressed market will be much harder
Rovuma exports inch closer
24 April 2017
Eni's project in Mozambique should soon get the official go-ahead. Tanzania's progress is much slower
Western investment growing in Russia despite sanctions
28 June 2016
The appetite of Western majors for Russian assets is perking up again, despite rules that still aim to stop them investing
Kazakhstan’s brewing crisis
28 June 2016
Violence in the country’s energy patch and haziness about who will be replacing its ageing dictator are exacerbating the pain of the oil-price collapse
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