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ENGIE and Statoil agree on the renegotiation of their long-term gas supply contracts

On November 30, ENGIE and Statoil have reached an agreement on the renegotiation of their long-term gas supply contracts.

This agreement consists in a modernization of historical contracts to adapt them to a profound evolution of European natural gas markets: thus contract prices have become fully market reflective and are now indexed on the French PEG hub. 203 more words


The Week in Review - November 14 - 20

by Sophie Nguebana, Elisabeth Nguebana, Patrick Osborne, Alexander Geysman, Alberto Perego, Irina Mironova

UN Climate Talks in Marrakesh

The Conference of Parties, COP22 took place in Marrakesh. 1,403 more words

Have Oil and Gas Companies Seen Their Best Days?


No. The actions of large oil and gas companies will continue to shape the global economy for the foreseeable future. Despite efforts around the world to diversify away from hydrocarbons, state-owned oil and gas companies and large independent producers will grow and prosper, and be critical players in efforts to move toward a net-zero emissions regime. 2,909 more words

Fire reported on Scarabeo 5 drilling rig in Norwegian Sea


NOV. 22, 2016

STOCKHOLM — Thirty-three people were evacuated from a drilling rig in the Norwegian Sea on Tuesday after a fire broke out in the engine room, … 248 more words

Africa Oil & Gas: Tanzania LNG FID to take five years at least - Report

Reaching the final investment decision on Tanzania’s LNG export project will take at least five more years, according to Statoil’s Tanzania country manager Oystein Michelsen. 143 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry

Sponsorship Or Sponsors**t

This is a topic I have been pondering since Wonderlab (The Statoil Gallery) opened at The Science Museum.  Spurred on by Techniquest 30th Birthday this week Im trying to work out who organisations should seek sponsorship and funding from? 336 more words


Nova Scotia gets no bids for offshore exploration for 3rd time in 4 years

Oil companies have passed on exploration parcels put out for bid by Nova Scotia’s offshore regulator for the third time in four years, a trend the province’s energy minister says is symptomatic of a market downturn affecting the industry. 296 more words