TransCanada’s Keystone Pipeline GP Ltd has been authorised to begin additional construction activities.
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The third annual Global Energy Talent Index (GETI) has been released. It shows that oil and gas businesses must continue evolving their approach to attracting and recruiting talent.
This year will be key for the advancement of new exploration and production development projects from West to East Africa, according to the African Energy Chamber.
The award consists of engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) of three Oil Production Deck Manifolds and Subsea Pipelines in Zuluf and Berri Fields of Saudi Aramco.
EIA’s analysis indicates that the price effects that result from implementing the new IMO standard will be most acute in 2020 and will diminish over time.
Will rising demand, new exploration activity and a refresh of government policy bring renewed confidence in Asia-Pacific's upstream industry in 2019? Wood Mackenzie's research director Andrew Harwood shares his thoughts.
Centurion Law Group considers whether the Nigerian experience with marginal oilfield development had measurable success can be applied elsewhere.
Mariann Mitchell, senior tax manager at KPMG, Aberdeen, looks at some of the key challenges and opportunities that companies may encounter when engaging in this market.