Tagged With Offshore
Black Sea: Turkey and Romania assess their offshore potential
21 April 2009
The oil and gas potential of the Black Sea is growing increasingly important for its littoral states.
Cyprus: oil, gas and geopolitics
5 January 2009
Tensions escalate between Cyprus and Turkey
Window shopping
1 December 2004
Bohai Bay bonanza
1 December 2004
China's thirst for oil has sparked its state-owned energy firms into a frenzy of activity in the past year or so. But there is also increasing scope for foreign players, especially in the offshore sector, with the Bohai Bay area emerging as a focal point for development, Martin Clark reports
Signing on
1 October 2004
The lure of offshore west Africa has seen signature-bonus payments scale record highs as the industry scrambles for the rights to newly released deep-water exploration acreage, writes Martin Clark
Norway: Encouraging signs
1 October 2004
After some poor exploration results and disappointing levels of interest in recent licensing rounds, the deep-water-focused 18th round seems to have rekindled interest in the Norwegian offshore, writes Cris Heaton
Still a big-spender – for a while
1 July 2004
Almost 40 years after exploration began, Norwegian firms are busy developing two huge gasfields—one of which is the second-largest discovered in the country's offshore, while the other will allow Norway to join the world's LNG producers. Investments in the two projects will total about $16.9bn—most of which is due to be spent in 2005 and 2006. But looking further ahead, work seems patchy, Martin Quinlan writes