Tagged With Mauritania
Mauritanian elections promise little upstream change
14 June 2019
The expected winner of the presidential poll is unlikely to rock the boat for players in the country’s fast-expanding offshore sector
Senegal and Mauritania projects make headway
26 February 2019
BP's Greater Tortue project already has the green light, and Woodside's SNE development is poised to be next
African deep-water makes progress
14 December 2018
Drillers began to renew their interest in African projects that were once deemed too costly and risky
FLNG takes centre stage
11 June 2018
Floating LNG is soon likely to provide virtually all new export capacity in West Africa
Mixed fortunes in Mauritania—Senegal
19 April 2018
Drilling for the gas export project between the two countries has been disappointing
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-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
Plenty of optimism in West Africa
7 November 2017
Nigeria remains West Africa's largest producer by far, but if you want an exciting exploration prospect then Senegal and Mauritania are the places to be
Africa: searching east and west
1 December 2006
The African continent can justify its reputation as a difficult place to operate – but it offers frontier territory, with a range of risks and rewards to interest majors and minnows. Recent months have seen an uprating of prospects in the neglected east, while work in the deep waters off the western coast continues at a pace limited only by the availability of drill-ships, Martin Quinlan writes