Oil & Gas

Recently, biogas plant builder WELTEC BIOPOWER completed a biomethane plant for ALTHO, a French manufacturer of potato chips in St. Gérand, Brittany. The plant was planned and set up by the German manufacturer in collaboration with its French... Read more

US-based energy investment company Trident Acquisitions has had its contract with Ukraine's Minister of Energy and Coal Mining cancelled, thus stripping the company of its rights to to produce oil and gas from the country's Dolphin black in the... Read more

A new study by a consortium of NGOs has found that, despite making pledges to limit tax cuts and investment in fossil fuel industries by 2020, EU member states are still providing billions of euros in subsidies to these industries... Read more

Last weekend, Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy put rest to any remaining doubts about in which direction the country would be looking under his premiership as he slammed Russia's controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline and simultaneously... Read more

Romanian gas company Transgaz and Black Sea Oil & Gas have announced the signing of an agreement to build a 25 km pipeline that will transport gas from wells in the Black Sea into the country's system, said the economy ministry... Read more

Metal-to-metal sealing technology is a technique that had previously been reserved for subsea oil and gas applications where meeting the most extreme operational criteria has always been required. Such criteria demand that any equipment, tools... Read more

The concern about having enough energy to get its population through the winter has become an annual cause for alarm in the EU, given that the bloc has to import most of its energy. This winter, however, looks set to be different... Read more

SOCAR Turkey Energy has announced it will break ground on the construction of a new petrochemical industrial complex in Turkey in the first half of 2020. The estimated investment stands at €1.6-billion and will take the form of a joint venture... Read more

The world's largest publicly traded energy company, ExxonMobil, is looking at selling its assets in the British North Sea after over 50 years in the region as it refocuses its efforts on US shale production and other new projects... Read more

Refitting old North Sea platforms to act as pumping stations for self-contained CO2 storage sites would be 10 times cheaper than decommissioning the structures. Read more

Scotland-based oil and gas firm Cairn Energy is to reduce its stake in the Nova project in the the Norwegian North Sea in a bid to cut operational costs. The firm, based in Edinburgh, divested 10% of its interest in Nova to One-Dyas Norge for... Read more

The Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak has said that the second leg of the TurkStream pipeline will go through Bulgaria, Serbia and Hungary... Read more

European Union antitrust regulators have approved Croatia's planned construction and operation of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal on Krk Island, saying that the project would help diversify reliance from Russian imports and contribute to... Read more

Talks between Ukraine's state-owned Naftogaz and Russia's state-owned Gazprom over gas transit and supplies between the two countries are expected to commence in the near future, Andrei Gerus, a representative of the Ukrainian President, has said... Read more

Renewables produced more energy than fossil fuels in Europe in the first half of 2019, as it did for the first six months of 2018, according to a report by energy data analysts EnAppSys... Read more

French energy giant Total is to sell a pool of its North Sea oil assets for $635m (€565m). The assets, which were acquired in 2017 as part of its deal with Maersk Oil, and will be sold to a group controlled by Petrogas E&P in Oman, and NEO E&P... Read more

A second Turkish ship, named Yavuz, which is planning to drill for oil and gas, arrived in the coastal waters to the northeast of Cyprus on Monday, triggering a vocal protest from Nicosia and causing consternation in Brussels. Politicians in... Read more

Claren Operations, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Canadian oil and gas group Claren Energy Corp, has announced that it is entering into an agreement to purchase the remaining 60% interest in the Bobocu gas field licence in Romania from Zeta Petroleum.. Read more

Canada’s Vermilion Energy has begun drilling its first exploration well in the Slavonija region of eastern Croatia and should have initial results on the presence of oil or gas within five weeks, the Croatian Hydrocarbon Agency (AZU) has said... Read more

In-situ remediation specialists Eko Harden Technologies have announced that environmental remediation company, Recowell Solutions Group have chosen its EKOGRID electrokinetic oxidation solution for the world’s largest oil contamination recovery... Read more

  • Weltec Altho

  • Ukraine cancels oil & gas contract with Trident

  • Petrol station

  • Transgaz & BSOG to proceed with Romanian gas delivery project

  • US LNG tanker

  • ExxonMobil


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