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  • Woodside (operator, 35%), Cairn Energy (40%) and FAR (15%) have signed a joint final investment decision (FID) statement, in agreement with Petrosen (10%) and the government of Senegal, regarding the Phase 1 development of the Sangomar field offshore Senegal.Phase 1 of the project will target estima...

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  • Tabulated data are presented covering some 42 average US well costs, listing 1994 and 1995 cost/ft, and average depth, and the percentage change for 1994/1995. Both onshore/offshore wells are included.

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  • EU antitrust regulators have told Bulgaria that it should sell its state-owned gas network operator Bulgartransgaz or face fines of up to 300mn, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov told reporters in Brussels recently. Borisov said such a sanction would be unacceptable to Bulgaria. Last year the ...

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  • Saudi Aramco cancelled planned roadshows in Asia, the US and Europe in November, after a luke-warm reception from international investors for its long-awaited initial public offering (IPO).Investors valued the state-owned company below the $2tn target set by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Saudi A...

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  • Ashurst is advising Tullow Oil on a substantial farm-down of its assets in Uganda to Total E&P Uganda. Under the terms of the agreement, Total will acquire 21.57% in the Lake Albert development project in Uganda, with Tullow retaining a 11.76% interest in the upstream project and pipeline, which...

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  • The UKs nuclear industry is at a critical juncture, with almost all of the current fleet of nuclear power stations set to retire this decade. Yet developers and governments increasingly balk at the cost of new nuclear plants, leaving EDF and its partner, Chinas state-backed CGN, the only companies...

  • Russia has a number of gas projects planned, under development and due onstream over the next few years. A new tax regime has led to improved economics, and foreign investors are on the lookout for opportunities in the countrys remote regions. Joanna Bogdal, Research Associate, Russia Upstream Oil ...

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  • Operators of today's offshore oil and gas infrastructure face a number of major challenges from maintaining production to controlling supply costs, but perhaps none more so than managing the structural integrity of offshore operations. The key challenge for the industry is to stay cost effective wit...

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