The Canadian Supreme Court has ruled against reviewing a Court of Appeal for Ontario decision that a $9.5bn judgment by an Ecuadorian court against Chevron regarding an oil pollution dispute cannot be enforced against the company’s subsidiary in Canada.
05 Apr 2019
13 Mar 2019
The US Department of the Interior (DOI) said that its agency Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has proposed to hold an auction for 78 million acres of oil and gas lease in the Gulf of Mexico.
11 Mar 2019
A World Bank arbitration tribunal has ordered Venezuela to pay US oil and gas producer ConocoPhillips compensation of $8.7bn along with interest for expropriating the company’s oil investments in 2007.
06 Mar 2019
GlobalData predicts Italy's new law prohibiting new oil and gas prospecting and exploratory permits will harm the sector both domestically and internationally
05 Mar 2019
Automation is gradually becoming more prominent in oil and gas - here we gather the thoughts of various industry professionals to assess whether that's a good thing or not
28 Jan 2019
The UK’s National Audit Office (NAO) estimated that £24bn would be needed to be shelled out by taxpayers for the decommissioning of the country’s offshore oil and gas infrastructure.
18 Jan 2019
Japanese oil and gas firm INPEX has bagged participating stakes across two exploration licenses offshore Norway during the country’s Awards in Predefined Areas (APA) 2018 licensing round.
17 Jan 2019
Aker BP has been awarded 21 new production licenses on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) during Norway’s Awards in pre-defined areas (APA 2018) licensing round.
16 Jan 2019
Norway has awarded ownership interests across 83 production licenses on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS) to various oil companies in the Awards in Predefined Areas 2018 (APA 2018).
08 Jan 2019
Ophir Energy said that the Equatorial Guinea Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons will not be extending the license of the offshore Block R, where the company proposed to develop the $2bn Fortuna FLNG project.