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- March 4 2013 - Field Development
Challenging fundamentals are forecast to make an incremental change for the better.
- February 26 2013 - Field Development
Disagreements over the Petroleum Industry Bill, including high tax rates, have hampered the industry’s efforts to move oil and gas projects forward.
- February 25 2013 - Field Development
The UK offshore sector is set for a period of record investment, with nearly US $150 billion (£100 billion) now lined up in operating companies’ plans for exploration, development, and production projects.
- February 22 2013 - Field Development
State-run Coal India Ltd., the world’s largest coal producer, is turning its attention to extracting coalbed methane from its vast number of coal mines in India.
- February 21 2013 - Field Development
The end of 2012 brought new partnerships, projects in British Columbia.
- February 20 2013 - Field Development
China recently awarded its second batch of shale gas blocks as part of its ongoing strategy to kick-start this emerging unconventional resource and exploit the potentially huge reserves – although numerous challenges remain to be overcome before it can achieve its dream of mirroring the US shale boom.
- February 19 2013 - Field Development
After delays over costs, ExxonMobil moves quickly to sign contracts following the approval of the project by the Nigerian government.
- February 12 2013 - Wildcats & Stepouts
With a production target of 2 Million b/d by 2014, Angola is approaching production levels in 2013 of 1.8 million b/d to 1.85 million b/d.
- February 11 2013 - Contracts
Supermajor will ink an agreement with Turkey’s state oil company.
- February 8 2013 - Field Development
With major offshore reserves, Israel could meet its own energy demands and even export LNG. However, political challenges in the region with Lebanon and Gaza remain.