Dubai government-owned oil firm Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) subsidiary has announced that it will invest heavily in oil terminal... Read more
FES International has completed a US$4mn project to design and manufacture diverless bend stiffner connectors for C…Read more
European shale gas company San Leon Energy produced the first oil shale from its Timahdit permit in MoroccoRead more
FAR Ltd have discovered oil samples in the FAN-1 exploration well being drilled offshore Senegal by FAR Ltd and its…Read more
Norwegian geophysical data company TGS has acquired a 3D multi-client survey offshore Sierra LeoneRead more
Africa's oil and gas business will continue to experience growth after 2016, a report by oilfield service company B…Read more
Malaysia-based offshore oilfield services provider Bumi Armada has signed a contract with Eni Angola to provide a f…Read more
Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TDPC) has plans of laying gas pipelines along main roads in Dar es Sala…Read more
A joint venture partnership between two indigenous oil and gas companies — Frontier Oil Limited and Seven Energy In…Read more
Eland Oil & Gas PLC has announced the acquisition of a 40 per cent stake in the Ubima oilfield in NigeriaRead more
Libya-Gas 2010 Forum to be held in Rome
THE ITALIAN CAPITAL, Rome, will play host to the Libya-Gas 2010 forum devoted to the review of guidelines and prospects in the gas industry, Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) has announced.
Meeting world energy demand and supply mix: The role of Africa
IN THE PAST 33 years, the Society for Petroleum Engineers Nigeria Annual International Conference and Exhibition has attracted over fifty thousand of E&P industry's greatest minds within and outside Africa.
Offshore West Africa 2011
GHANA IS RECOGNISED as one of the most promising exploration regions in West Africa, which perfectly fits the 2011 event theme - Discover New Frontiers in West Africa Offshore Challenges.
Forecourt Africa unites petroleum players at Petro.T.ex Africa 2011
Next year’s Petro.T.ex Africa exhibition will, for the first time, unite petroleum refineries and forecourt retailers – two interlinked components of South Africa’s petroleum industry – under one roof.