Tagged With Total
Myanmar faces energy crossroads
20 July 2018
Huge potential in the country’s energy sector faces equally sizeable challenges
Oz awaits coronation
29 June 2018
Australia expected to become world's largest LNG exporter next year, as buyers line up
Aramco ploughs ahead
26 June 2018
The jewel in the kingdom's crown is concentrating on downstream joint ventures, as it awaits the IPO go-ahead
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
China goes for gas in Iran
5 June 2018
Beijing glimpses a Middle East energy consolidation, by replacing France's Total in South Pars gas expansion venture
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
Uganda's oil dreams move closer to realisation
29 May 2018
Production, pipeline and refinery projects are moving forward
Kazakhstan & Azerbaijan: Caspian output set to rebound
29 May 2018
Both countries signed up to the Opec deal in 2016. Neither seems destined to stick to the terms
Better times for offshore Nigeria
8 May 2018
Total, Shell and ExxonMobil are among the majors with commercial finds to develop
Total's new MENA adventures
8 May 2018
The company is set to benefit from shale in the Middle East despite having shunned it elsewhere
Iraq pushes for fresh oil expansion
4 May 2018
Despite hurdles, energy sector ambitions abound
Namibia's revival
27 April 2018
The majors are starting to take strategic offshore positions
South Sudan eyes Western oil investment
27 April 2018
Decades of civil unrest, a plunge in oil prices and international sanctions have spooked investors. Now the country's oil minister wants to lure them back
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
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
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
Saudi Aramco looks far and wide
12 April 2018
The Saudi state oil company seeks new joint venture opportunities across the energy chain
Militant threat looms ahead of Nigerian elections
4 April 2018
The risks to the oil sector are far from over
Adnoc opens up
28 March 2018
The company now faces a group-wide transformation
Papua New Guinea fails to step on the gas
28 March 2018
Despite promising resources, disputes over payment terms are stalling progress
The Zohr effect
15 March 2018
Hopes are high of fresh finds in the area
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
Nigeria targets local upstream players with marginal field round
7 March 2018
Reinvigorating production on acreage abandoned by the majors could be a tough task
Trouble at the top for Angola
7 March 2018
A change of political leadership has had a more far-reaching impact on the country's oil sector than anticipated
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
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