Argentina and China continue to discuss the details of the nuclear deal announced last week, in which China National Nuclear Corp (CNNC) will build a Hualong One reactor in the South American nation.
Netherlands gas producer NAM, a 50-50% joint ventured between Shell and Exxon Mobil, said Wednesday it is mulling appealing against a Dutch government plan to cut production at the Groningen gas field by a further 10%, Kallanish Energy reports.
Midstreamer Crestwood Equity Partners and private equity firm First Reserve on Wednesday announced Crestwood Permian Basin Holdings, a joint venture focused on developing/owning/operating midstream assets in the Delaware Basin, will buy Crestwood’s Willow Lake gathering and processing assets in Eddy County, N.M.
In a bid to boost investment in its vast unconventional reserves in the Vaca Muerta play, the Argentinean government will reduce the import tariff on used oil and gas exploration and drilling equipment, Kallanish Energy learns.
Petrochemical giant INEOS said on Wednesday it will purchase all the assets owned by Danish DONG Energy in the North Sea in a $1.3 billion deal which includes three oil and gas fields in Denmark, Norway and UK waters, Kallanish Energy reports.
China’s state-owned oil company, CNPC, is planning to move ahead of the development of Peru’s Block 58, in the country’s south-eastern jungle, with investments of $2 billion between 2021 and 2023.
Royal Dutch Shell’s shareholders broadly voted on Tuesday against a proposal by an environmental group demanding the company sets and publishes annual targets to reduce carbon emissions, Kallanish Energy learns.
Uganda and Tanzania energy ministers will sign on Friday, May 26th, the intergovernmental agreement establishing the construction of a 1,400-kilometers (870-miles) crude oil pipeline connecting both countries, Kallanish Energy reports.
France’s oil and gas company Total, through its wholly subsidiary Total Solar, has started construction at its second solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant in Japan, Kallanish Energy learns from the company on Tuesday.
U.S. conglomerate General Electric said on Monday that the European Commission is investigating its €1.5 billion ($1.7 billion) merger of Danish turbine manufacturer LM Wind Power over a potential misleading information provided during the merger review.