The US Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement is proposing changes to offshore...
- Burden of proof: will changes to US offshore safety rules compromise safety?
- Monthly upstream deals review – February 2018
- Oil prices increase due to Middle East tension
- With over $48bn to be spent by 2025, Nigeria’s upcoming projects drive capex in Africa
- 130 new oil and gas projects in Asia to commence production by 2025
Burden of proof: will changes to US offshore safety rules compromise safety?
The US Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement is proposing changes to offshore safety rules in response to President Trump’s order to reduce “unnecessary burden on industry”. Julian Turner asks Greg Julian, Press Secretary of the Bureau, if it is possible to increase both production and safety.
With over $48bn to be spent by 2025, Nigeria’s upcoming projects drive capex in Africa
Close to $194bn will be spent between 2018 and 2025 on 93 upcoming oil and gas fields in Africa, according to Peter Heath, GlobalData’s oil and gas analyst covering the African continent.
130 new oil and gas projects in Asia to commence production by 2025
GlobalData expects that 130 new crude and natural gas projects will start operations in Asia over the next eight years.
Upper Zakum Offshore Oil Field Development, Abu Dhabi
Located approximately 84km offshore to the north-west of Abu Dhabi islands, Upper Zakum Oilfield has an estimated 50 billion barrels of oil reserves.
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Innovative Cleaning and Waste Management Solutions
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FSU to add 145,000bpd to global oil supply by 2021
GlobalData’s latest analysis of crude oil production in Former Soviet Union (FSU) shows that about $123bn in capital expenditure (CAPEX) would be spent by FSU on oil projects over the next four years to ensure that production grows to around 14.2 million barrel per day (Mbpd) in 2021.
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