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th September 2020
 Oil and gas industry to reduce its carbon emissions by 32% by 2050, says DNV GL Oil and gas industry to reduce its carbon emissions by 32% by 2050, says DNV GL

The oil and gas industry is set to reduce its carbon emissions by a third (32%) by 2050, but world emissions will remain stubbornly high until the mid-2030s, according to DNV GL's forecast

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 Chariot Oil & Gas completes seismic data reprocessing on North African gas discovery Chariot Oil & Gas completes seismic data reprocessing on North African gas discovery

Chariot Oil & Gas Limited has completed the 3D seismic data reprocessing across Morocco's Lixus Offshore Licence (Lixus), thus resulting in crucial improvements in image quality and in depth control

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 Kariya Energy to acquire oil and gas assets including Nigeria, Mozambique and Senegal Kariya Energy to acquire oil and gas assets including Nigeria, Mozambique and Senegal

Kariya Energy will enter into various definitive agreements to acquire oil and gas assets in various African countries

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 OPITO and Merchant Navy Training Board launch new oil and gas industry standard OPITO and Merchant Navy Training Board launch new oil and gas industry standard

OPITO, international skills organisation for the energy industry, and Merchant Navy Training Board (MNTB), have launched a standard to support the transition of marine personnel into the oil and gas industry

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 Progress in Liberia’s offshore license round will be discussed at Africa E&P summit Progress in Liberia's offshore license round will be discussed at Africa E&P summit

Liberia Petroleum Regulatory Authority (LPRA) will speak for the first time on the ongoing Liberia Harper Basin License Round at the Africa E&P Virtual Summit, with NOCOL, Core Laboratories and TGS at a dedicated roundtable session

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 Tendeka and TGT to deploy ‘industry-first' solution to combat sand control failures Tendeka and TGT to deploy 'industry-first' solution to combat sand control failures

Independent global completions service company Tendeka and diagnostic specialists TGT have partnered to mitigate the costly consequences of sand control failure in wells

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 Angola announces new oil and gas tender Angola announces new oil and gas tender

Angola's National Agency of Oil, Gas and Biofuels (ANPG) has launched a marginal field development public tender, with the deadline for submission being 30 September

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 LOC sees successful rollout of remote dynamic positioning inspection service LOC sees successful rollout of remote dynamic positioning inspection service

International marine and engineering consulting firm LOC has seen strong adoption of its remote dynamic positioning (DP) inspection service, since its launch in early June

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 Akselos deploys digital twin for Shell’s Bonga FPSO in Niger Delta Akselos deploys digital twin for Shell's Bonga FPSO in Niger Delta

Akselos SA, global advanced engineering simulation technology solution provider, has deployed a structural digital twin for Shell's Bonga Main FPSO, located 120km southwest of the Niger Delta in Nigeria

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 University of Oklahoma uses Drilling Systems’ simulator to develop univeral drilling language University of Oklahoma uses Drilling Systems' simulator to develop univeral drilling language

Drilling Systems' simulator are used in the University of Oklahoma's study that is set to develop a new universal drilling language to reduce human factors and improve rig safety

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What next for North Africa? What next for North Africa?

The North African region has not been immune to the challenges presented by COVID-19, the oil price slump and the likelihood of a global economic recession. However, there are some promising areas for investment. The full article has been published in the latest issue of Oil Review Africa.

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Electrifying Africa: a new initiative for the continent Electrifying Africa: a new initiative for the continent

Dr Kevin Kariuki, vice-president, Power, Energy, Climate Change & Green Growth, at African Development Bank talks about the progress made through the African Development Bank's New Deal on Energy for Africa initiative. The full article has been published in the latest issue of African Review.

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 Packing scrap and its impact on fibre lengths Packing scrap and its impact on fibre lengths

For more than three decades, Optical Fibre Cable (OFC) manufacturing units have been serving as the backbone of telecom networks around the world

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