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  • Oil prices rose by 5% on Friday 7 December 2018 after OPEC finalised an agreement to cut oil production by 1.2mn b/d, with non-OPEC allied nations, including Russia, taking a 400,000 b/d share. It was also agreed at the Vienna meeting that Iran would remain exempt from the oil quota cuts, due to cur...

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  • Does the recent upturn in the tanker markets presage a long-term recovery? The signs are good, reports Peter Mackay, Principal Consultant, Meredith & Company.Rising timecharter equivalent (TCE) rates indicate that there is something structural going on in the crude oil trades that could see supp...

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  • Qatar’s decision to withdraw from OPEC sent ripples through some markets, coming ahead of the OPEC meeting in Vienna on the 6 December 2018.The tiny Gulf state’s decision to quit on 1 January 2019 puts an end to 57-years’ membership in the producers’ cartel. Admittedly, Q...

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  • Digitalisation is under the spotlight this month as we look at how its adoption is having a radical impact on the upstream geospatial community and how it can provide downstream operators with a competitive advantage.Moving to the shipping sector, we take a closer look at the latest developments reg...

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  • Nick Merrick, Business Consultant for Vessel Technology Advice and Support (VTAS), looks at how the shipping industry can begin to overcome some of the barriers to adoption of energy saving technologies and work in collaboration to successfully transition to a low carbon future.

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  • Chinese state-owned oil company CNPC is reported to have taken over Total’s 50.1% stake in Iran’s South Pars gas project, after the French company failed to obtain a waiver from US sanctions against the Middle East country.CNPC already holds a 30% interest in the offshore field, which ...

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  • Wintershall has been awarded a 10% interest in the Ghasha offshore ultra-sour gas mega-project, marking the first time a German oil and gas company has joined an Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) concession.The Ghasha concession consists of the Hail, Ghasha, Dalma and other offshore sour gas fi...

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  • Digitalisation can give downstream operators in the oil and gas sector a competitive edge, explains Duncan Micklem, Director of Business Strategy, KBC.

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  • BP and co-venturers Shell, Chevron and ConocoPhillips have announced first oil from the giant Clair Ridge project in the West of Shetland region offshore the UK.Clair Ridge is the second phase of development of the Clair field, located 75 km west of Shetland. The field, which was discovered in 1977,...

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  • Equinor and Global Petro Storage (GPS) have entered into a long-term agreement for an LPG terminal and storage facility in Port Klang, Malaysia. GPS will build the facility, with operations planned to start up in mid-2021. Equinor will bring LPG sourced from the North Sea, North Africa, the Middle E...

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