Arctic Iñupiat Offshore (AIO) has announced that it is joining the Arctic Coalition, a collection of 21 Alaskan and nationwide organizations that support responsible energy development in and off the coast of Alaska.
Statoil has informed the New Zealand Government of its decision to stop looking for oil and gas in the Reinga basin.
CGG has been awarded an extensive multi-client program by the Instituto Nacional de Petroleo (INP) to acquire seismic data offshore Mozambique.
Falcon Oil & Gas Ltd. has announced that Origin Energy Resources Limited, the company's Joint Venture partner, has submitted a notification of discovery and an initial report on discovery to the Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) of the Northern Territory, Australia on the A mungee NW - 1H well in the Beetaloo basin, Australia.
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Sasol recently announced the completion of the first-ever 3D onshore seismic program in Mozambique.
Encana Corp., one of Canada’s largest energy explorers, is increasing capital spending by as much as 64% as it seeks to pull more crude out of America’s most prolific oil field.
CGG announced the start of a large broadband 3D multi-client survey in the pre-salt area of the deepwater Santos Basin. Santos VII (Saturno) is the third phase in CGG’s most ambitious pre-salt project to date, collectively known as the Santos Basin Trilogy. The project is designed to make ultramodern seismic datasets available as quickly as possible to support each phase in the pre-salt evaluation process in anticipation of Brazil’s next pre-salt licensing round.
CGG announced today that the final pre-stack depth-migrated data for Phase 1 of its Davros 3D BroadSeis and BroadSource multi-client survey in the northern Carnarvon basin on the North West Shelf of Western Australia is available now.
The deadline for applications to the annual licensing round in the best known exploration areas on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (APA 2016) expired on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016. Thirty-three companies have shown their interest in receiving oil and gas exploration licenses in these areas.
The search for hydrocarbons has spanned vast areas of the globe. Despite many successes, entire basins and plays have been deemed unprospective, perhaps prematurely, based on single well results, or poor-quality seismic data.
BP Plc would rather invest in Argentina’s shale oil fields than in Texas’ Permian basin, the U.S. drilling hot spot, CEO Bob Dudley said.
Bengal Energy has announced that the first four wells of the Cuisinier 2016 five well drilling campaign have been cased as future oil producers in the Murta horizon.
A drop in global shipping costs and competitive pricing of crude produced in North America is opening the door for U.S. crude exports to reach Asia-Pacific more economically than rival grades from elsewhere in the Atlantic basin, including the North Sea and West Africa.
Statoil and Petrobras took a step forward in strengthening their cooperation in Brazil by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
The Israeli Ministry of Infrastructures, Energy and Water Resources (MIEWR), the government agency responsible for overseeing all petroleum-related activities in Israel, plans to host a road show in September 2016 for promotion of the country’s first offshore energy licensing round, IHS Energy said today.
Independent Oil & Gas (IOG) provided an update on the drilling of the appraisal well on the Skipper oil discovery, which lies in Block 9/21a in license P1609 in the North Sea, of which IOG is 100% owner and operator.
A high recovery rate and world record helped Petrobras achieve objectives, while saving 24 hr of deepwater drillship time, as well as operational costs.
Despite low commodity prices and regional turmoil, West Africa continues to blossom as one of the world’s most prolific oil and gas markets
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