The U.S. shale revolution dramatically reshaped the world energy markets. The shale boom was one of the most impressive growth stories, from take off in 2008 to the Permian stealing the mantle from Saudi Arabia’s Ghawar as the world’s highest producing oilfield in a little over a decade.
Since the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, Colombia’s economically crucial oil industry has struggled to recover. During 2022, Colombia only pumped an average of 754,199 barrels daily, which is significantly lower than the 885,851 barrels per day produced in 2019.
Exxon Mobil is facing fresh scrutiny from investors over its climate ambitions at its upcoming AGM next month.
A U.S. government auction of oil and gas drilling rights in the Gulf of Mexico generated $263.8 million in high bids, the most of any sale in the region for years and the first test of demand for investment since the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Chad’s parliament on Wednesday approved a bill to nationalise oil assets and rights acquired last year by Savannah Energy (SAVES.L) from ExxonMobil’s (XOM.N) affiliate, Esso Exploration and Production Chad.
Africa-focused British independent energy company, Savannah Energy acquires oil and gas supermajor ExxonMobil’s entire upstream and midstream asset portfolio in Chad and Cameroon.
Exxon has now announced that it has, together with its partners, discovered hydrocarbons in Block 15 off Angola in the Bavuca South prospect.
The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans on Tuesday upheld a US $14.25 million judgment against Exxon Mobil Corp for pollution from its Baytown, Texas, refining and petrochemical complex.
Shell Plc, ExxonMobil Corporation, Chevron Corporation, and Equinor ASA have said they will withdraw their lawsuits of about $3 billion, against the Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) Limited.
Nigeria has launched new terms and conditions for six offshore PSCs in a race to drive up production as the global energy transition moves forward