Tagged With Total
Total and Maersk Oil: a perfect match?
22 August 2017
The multi-billion-dollar deal shows oil and gas M&A is back with a vengeance
Senegal—steady as she goes
20 June 2017
A ministerial departure and a supermajor arrival reflect the rising stakes in West Africa's latest upstream player, but the president is playing it cool
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
Bulging product stocks pressurise refinery margins
3 August 2016
Profits for processing crude into refined products have fallen far from last year’s highs. Europe in particular is feeling the pressure
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
Explorers still chasing wildcats offshore Latin America
15 March 2016
Oil prices offer little encouragement, but unexplored areas around the continent are still drawing investment
Gabon launches new oil bidding round
28 October 2015
Gabon officially launched a 2016 offshore bid round, offering five deep fields targeting a reversal on production slowdown, the country’s petroleum and hydrocarbons minister said
Santos share prices rise after GLNG starts shipping
19 October 2015
The price rise followed the maiden shipment of LNG from its $18.5bn Gladstone LNG export project
Total aims to cut assets by $10bn by 2017
30 September 2015
Almost a year in the job, Total’s new CEO has made cost-cutting and disposals his priorities as oil prices give little encouragement
Total sells UK midstream assets
27 August 2015
After the sudden drop in oil prices last year, Total is cutting costs to raise funds
Cheniere Train 5 contracted to Total and Centrica
18 August 2015
Train 5’s capacity of 3.75m t/y has been contracted on a long-term FOB basis under sale and purchase agreements with the French major Total and Centrica
InterOil and Total agree LNG site
18 August 2015
The partners in the LNG project in Papua New Guinea have agreed the location for developing the Elk-Antelope gas field
Pertamina to take control of Mahakam once contract expires
24 June 2015
Total and Inpex currently have a production sharing contract which will expire in 2017
Total's restructure in France will close La Mède refinery
21 April 2015
The company's plan for refining in France will also see investments in biofuels and desulphurisation
A major oil company will turn its back on fossil fuels
26 February 2015
A former industry advisor predicts that one of the major IOCs will take the step in the next three years
Total keeps PNG prize after Oil Search loses court battle
13 February 2015
Oil Search lost a court battle with InterOil, writing a another chapter in the debate over Papua New Guinea's gas scheme
Total blames high prices for loss of reserves at GLNG
8 December 2014
The French major says high-costs are to blame for a gas shortage at Gladstone liquefied natural gas (GLNG) project
Total and Shell push ahead in Argentina’s Vaca Muerta shale
3 December 2014
The companies will invest $550 million in the Argentinian projects
Optimism runs high for Satorp refinery in Saudi Arabia
31 October 2014
Total lauds the economic strengths of its new Saudi Arabian complex while troubles in Europe mount
Obituary: Christophe de Margerie, CEO of Total
22 October 2014
The death of Christophe de Margerie in a plane crash not only robs Total of its charismatic chairman and chief executive, it denies the energy industry one of its most passionate advocates. We are far poorer for his loss.
High-risk race for Western Sahara's contested subsea riches
15 October 2014
The underexplored waters of Morocco are attracting scores of oil companies, lured by a benign fiscal regime, political stability that some Arab countries can only dream of and the hope of commercial oil discoveries similar to those made elsewhere in the Atlantic basin
Leading the shale gas charge in Australia
15 September 2014
Development of the country’s shales will follow the path blazed by the coal-bed methane sector – with lots of M&A, plenty of risk, and big rewards
Shale gas firms take the long view
15 September 2014
North America is still the world’s only significant producer. But explorers are stepping up activity elsewhere and a global business is emerging
Asian promise, but full of risk
10 September 2014
There is huge potential for investors, but it remains hard to say if and where the shale plays will work
UK predicted to emerge as Europe's shale gas leader
21 August 2014
Promising reserves numbers and juicy terms have lured developers. But prospectors must overcome a number of hurdles before exploration begins in earnest