- ExxonMobil acquires exploration license offshore Ghana
ExxonMobil Corp. will pursue seismic acquisition and analysis later in 2018 on its recent Deepwater Cape Three Points Block license offshore Ghana.
- PGNiG to advance exploration in Poland after gas discovery
State-owned PGNiG SA plans intensification of exploratory work in southeastern Poland after discovering industrial gas flows from wells in the Debica and Ropczyce-Sedziszow districts in unconventional Miocene formations in Podkarpackie, Poland.
- Norwegian APA 2017 round offers 75 production licenses
A total of 75 new production licenses were offered to 34 companies on the Norwegian Continental Shelf in an expanded Awards in Predefined Areas (APA) bid round Jan. 16.
- Drilling & Production
- Group repeats threat against Nigerian oil
A militant group whose attacks slashed Nigerian oil production in 2016 has repeated a threat it made last November to renew and expand the violence. On its web site, the group, Niger Delta Avengers, said deepwater production equipment would be target...
- EIA: US crude inventories decline, gasoline stockpiles rise
US commercial crude inventories, excluding those in the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, declined 6.9 million bbl during the week ended Jan. 12 compared with the previous week’s total, the US Energy Information Administration said in its Weekly Petrole...
- ADNOC plans sixfold hike in carbon dioxide injection
Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. plans a sixfold increase in injection of carbon dioxide for enhanced oil recovery during the next 10 years as it expands capacity for CO2 capture and storage.
- American Petroleum Institute
- Energy Year in Review
Despite occasional policy obstacles, the U.S. energy revolution continues to enhance America’s economic and national security and deliver major benefits to consumers, the environment and manufacturers. With commonsense, market-based, consu...
- Energy is All Around the Holidays
Everywhere you go, whatever you do, energy – anchored by abundant U.S. oil and natural gas – is making life warmer, easier, healthier and more enjoyable. Let’s mark the holidays with a look at just a few of the gifts we enjoy, from the energy t...
- New U.S. Energy Course Starts Offshore
We need to change our course on energy – in offshore policy and other areas – to benefit American consumers, U.S. businesses, our economy and the country’s energy security. Given the fact it takes years to realize the benefits of of...