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April 22, 2024
The Marsa LNG project combines upstream gas production of 150 MMcfd with a 1 MMtpa capacity LNG liquefaction plant and a dedicated 300 MWp PV solar plant, positioning the site as one of the lowest GHG emissions intensity LNG plants ever built worldwide, with a GHG intensity below 3 kg CO2e/boe.
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April 17, 2024
The idea of placing sanctions on importers of Iranian oil has been swiftly gaining momentum in Congress following the nation’s direct attack on Israel, and House and Senate leaders have been in discussions about how to move forward with legislation to do so.
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April 14, 2024
Trading resumed at 6pm New York time on Sunday. The risk of a direct Iranian attack on Israel was already at least partly priced in — benchmark Brent crude, up 17% so far this year, passed $90 a bbl after the strike on Iran’s embassy.
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April 11, 2024
KCA Deutag has announced the award of $204 million of onshore drilling contracts in Oman, Saudi Arabia, Peru and Bolivia.
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April 08, 2024
Under the scope of the contract, Craig International will source and supply products and services for maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO). The three-year contract, which has a two-year extension option, will be delivered by Craig International’s Qatar office, where the firm now employs 45 people, and is supported by the company’s headquarters in Aberdeen.
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April 07, 2024
Valaris Limited announced that ARO Drilling, its joint venture in Saudi Arabia, received a notice of suspension from Aramco for one of its 19 contracted rigs, jackup VALARIS 143. The rig’s contract was previously scheduled to end in December 2024.
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April 07, 2024
Brent crude rallied more than 2% to climb above $90 a barrel on Thursday after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to retaliate to any attack from Iran, despite the United States urging Israel to protect civilians.
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April 04, 2024
In March, Saudi Aramco announced plans to reduce capital investment by roughly $40 billion between 2024 and 2028. This was mostly due to the Kingdom’s decision to maintain productive capacity at 12 MMbpd. As part of the decision, Aramco has suspended 17 rigs to date, with a potential for additional releases in the near term.
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April 03, 2024
The Yumna-5 well will be drilled at the crest of the structure to drain attic oil left un-swept by the current producers.
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April 03, 2024
OPEC’s second-biggest producer pumped 4.17 MMbpd last month, 30,000 bpd less than in February. While that’s Iraq’s lowest output level this year, it’s still about 170,000 bbl more than pledged as the alliance curbs production to prop up the market.
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April 01, 2024
In 2024, ADNOC Gas will continue enhancing operational efficiency and driving accelerated growth with a focus on decarbonization, digital transformation, and artificial intelligence (AI)-led technology innovation.
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March 28, 2024
Libya holds Africa’s largest crude reserves, but over a decade of political strife has taken its toll. Production that reached almost 1.8 MMbpd in 2008 slumped to some 100,000 bpd following the killing of Moammar Al Qaddafi in 2011’s civil war. Volatile ever since, it’s currently at about 1.2 MMbpd.
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March 27, 2024
Production capacity at the Belbazem offshore block is set to progressively ramp up to 45,000 bpd of light crude and 27 MMcfd of associated gas, contributing to ADNOC’s target of reaching 5 MMbpd by 2027.
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March 21, 2024
The survey revealed a Messinian evaporite layer of variable thickness extends across most of the area. The survey is tied to the Kiwi-1 well, one of the few wells in this deepwater area, and primary targets are likely to be pre-salt Oligo-Miocene structures with clastic reservoirs.
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March 19, 2024
ADNOC announced the signing of a 15-year Heads of Agreement (LNG agreement) with SEFE Marketing & Trading Singapore Pte Ltd., a subsidiary of Germany’s SEFE Securing Energy for Europe GmbH, for the delivery of 1 million metric tonnes per annum (MMtpa) of liquefied natural gas (LNG).
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March 15, 2024
Iranian companies were granted $13 billion in contracts on Sunday to boost production from six oil fields by as much as 350,000 bpd. The flagship projects include the development of the giant Azadegan field, which has an estimated 32 Bboe reserves, and Azar, both of which are shared with Iraq along Iran’s western and southwestern borders.
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March 13, 2024
The NewMed deal would have extended bp’s presence in the eastern Mediterranean while marking ADNOC’s first foray into the region. The two companies continue to work on other projects together, having last month said they would form a joint venture in Egypt focusing on natural gas.
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March 10, 2024
The world’s biggest crude oil exporter is in “discussions with a number of entities in the U.S. and other regions, Chief Executive Officer Amin Nasser said on an earnings call with reporters. The company will focus on LNG internationally and look to use its gas output at home to produce blue hydrogen and power, he said.
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February 2024
Saudi Arabia suspends oil expansion as neighboring producers plan to raise output
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March 05, 2024
In ADNOC’s upstream operations, AI applications play a central role in mapping subsurface resources, optimizing drilling, production activity and smarter reservoir management. This enables ADNOC to  quickly and efficiently grow its  production capacity and ensure the continued delivery of lower-carbon intensity energy to the world.
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March 05, 2024
The MGS‐3 aims to expand the existing natural gas network in order to provide gas supply to various industrial consumers in the region. This expansion of the natural gas network is expected to enhance the ability to meet the growing energy demand in Saudi Arabia and replace liquid fuel burning, contributing to Saudi Arabia’s drive towards a diverse energy mix.
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