India opens bidding for $14.46bn oil and gas reserves

The Government of India has opened a second phase of Discovered Small Field Policy (DSFC) bid worth Rs1tn ($14.46bn) and targeting over 25 discovered oil and gas reserves. The bidding round has been launched by the Union Minister for Petroleum & Natural Gas and Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Shri Dharmendra Pradhan  and will kick-off next

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Egyptian-Jordanian Cooperation

Egyptian-Jordanian cooperation in energy sector discussed

Oil minister Tarek El Molla discussed mutual cooperation with his Jordanian counterpart Hala Adel Zawati. Zawati visited major national oil companies including GASCO, Petrojet, and ENPPI where she was briefed on the capabilities of these Egyptian firms as well as the latest technologies they use in the petroleum and natural gas domains. The head of the Jordanian-Egyptian

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Tullow oil to resume Turkana oil operations

Tullow Oil, British Oil Company will continue its oil and gas development activities in Turkana County, the Government has said. A statement from the Ministry of Petroleum and Mining reveals that the government has reached an agreement with the company, and such includes addressing the grievances that stalled the transportation of the commodity to the

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Saipem is a partner in the consortium that also includes YAATRA Africa (Mauritius), Lionworks Group Limited (Mauritius), Nuovo Pignone International SRL (a General Electric Company located in Italy) and the Uganda National Oil Company (UNOC), which is a limited liability petroleum company owned by the government

Saipem awarded Front End Engineering Design (FEED) for Uganda refinery

Saipem has been awarded a new contract for Front End Engineering Design (FEED) for a new refinery in Hoima. Uganda recently awarded to the Albertine Graben Refinery Consortium following the signing of the Project Framework Agreement between the Consortium and the Government of Uganda ensuring development, design, financing, construction, operation and maintenance of the oil refinery in Hoima District.

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The institute in the last pricing window in July predicted a stability in the price of fuel

GHANA: Fuel prices to remain stable in August – IES

Gasoline Prices in Ghana remained unchanged at 1.01 USD/Liter. Prices of fuel are expected to remain unchanged for the first pricing window of August. This, is according to the Institute of Energy Security (IES). The institute in the last pricing window in July predicted a stability in the price of fuel. IES is however attributing the stability

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