BATS WirelessBroadband Antenna Tracking Systems (BATS) and Aviat Networks have partnered to market stabilised antenna tracking systems for floating production,... Read more
Oil and gas exploration company Camac Energy has been awarded a five-year US$100mn loan deal from Nigeria’s Zenith …Read more
Denmark’s Maersk Oil is looking to sell a part of its deepwater Chissonga project stake in AngolaRead more
Kosmos Energy has awarded Dolphin Geophysical a contract to acquire and process 7,000 sq km SHarp Broadband 3D surv…Read more
Norwegian oil and gas firm DNO International has been granted a two-year extension on its production sharing agreem…Read more
Getech, geoscience data provider to oil, gas and mining exploration sectors, has been awarded a contract worth US$5…Read more
TransGlobe Energy has announced the discovery of a Lower Nukhul oil discovery at NWG 3, a gas/condensate test at No…Read more
Camac Energy Kenya has granted seismic contracts for the acquisition of 2D seismic surveys on Block L1B onshore Ken…Read more
Global Petroleum’s wholly-owned subsidiary Jupiter Petroleum (Namibia) has received a 12-month extension on the ini…Read more
Lukoil has discovered high presence of oil and gas at its Cape Three Points Deep Water (CTPDW) Block off the coast …Read 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.