Australia’s largest independent oil and gas producer, Woodside Petroleum, announced on Wednesday it’s purchasing ExxonMobil’s 50% stake in the Scarborough field, offshore Australia, Kallanish Energy reports.
Qatari state-owned oil company Qatar Petroleum (QP) has acquired a 25% stake in the exploration block 11B/12B, in the southern coast of South Africa, from French supermajor Total, Kallanish Energy reports.
French supermajor Total announced Monday it has entered the new world oil hotspot, Guyana, with three exploration licences, under purchase agreements with different sellers, Kallanish Energy learns.
San Antonio-based independent oil and gas E&P company, Lilis Energy, said Wednesday it is acquiring roughly 2,798 net acres in the Delaware Basin and associated production from OneEnergy Partners (OEP), enhancing its overall position in the play.
U.S.’s oil and gas producer, Noble Energy, will sell a 7.5% share in the Tamar gas field, offshore Israel, to Tamar Petroleum in a cash and shares deal worth $800 million, Kallanish Energy reports.
British oil major BP said Tuesday it has invested $5 million in a U.S.-based manufacturer of mobile electric vehicle (EV) rapid charging systems, FreeWire Technologies, seeking to the be the fuel retailer of choice even if not oil and gas.
UK’s conventional oil and gas producer, Angus Energy, announced on Monday it has entered into an agreement with explorers Cuadrilla and Lucas Bolney Limited to form a new oil joint venture in West Sussex, south of England.
London-listed upstream company Upland Resources said Thursday it terminated its conditional farm-in agreement for 10% of the Wressle development project following a recent appeals refusal for the project’s application.
Argentina’s largest electricity company, Pampa Energía, has agreed to sell a number of onshore oil assets from its exploration & production segment to Mexico’s independent explorer, Vista Oil & Gas, for $360 million, Kallanish Energy learns.