FPSO Awards Are Set To Recover To Seven Vessels Next Year

Hit by the second industry downturn in five years, global awards for floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels will likely be limited to a single unit in 2020, Rystad … Read More

Scotland’s Oil and Gas sector sets its sights on East Africa

With some of the largest offshore gas fields in the world, no local supply chain and an immediate and significant demand for skilled workers, East Africa creates significant opportunities for … Read More

Total begins drilling of its deepest offshore project yet

[twitter-follow screen_name=’oilnewskenya’] Total has today reached another milestone for the Egina project in Nigeria, as an intensive drilling program got under way. The company has mobilized two rigs which will … Read More

From Oil Field to Football Field: Why Are So Many World Cup Contenders Resource-Dependent?

Source: resourcegovernance.org Qatar’s alleged plot to “buy” the 2022 World Cup has been making global news recently, with salacious stories of bribes paid to African and South American FIFA officials and deals to exchange natural … Read More