TotalEnergies launches sale of stake in Nigerian oil joint venture

(Reuters) - TotalEnergies (TTEF.PA) has launched the sale of its 10% stake in Nigerian joint venture SPDC, with Canada's Scotiabank leading the sale as financial adviser, a sale document tendering for interest showed. TotalEnergies announced the sale in late April. Scotiabank declined to comment. TotalEnergies declined to comment on the financial adviser. TotalEnergies confirmed it was selling... Continue Reading →

Angolan leader urges Africa to avoid hasty end to fossil fuels

(WO) African nations should resist pressure from “powerful interests” to hastily abandon fossil fuels to avoid hurting their economies, Angola’s President Joao Lourenco said. Since the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow in November, pressure has been building on African countries to shift to cleaner energy sources to avoid catastrophic global warming.  “More than 125 billion oil barrels... Continue Reading →

Senegal: GAS Entec Builds ‘World’s First’ Modular LNG Floating Storage Regasification Unit for KARMOL

GAS Entec has completed the conversion of a 125,000m³ LNG carrier into an FSRUfor KARMOL, a joint-venture between Turkey's Karpowership and Japan's Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL), for deployment in Senegal. The company, a subsidiary of Atlantic Gulf & Pacific International Holding (AG&P), has converted the LNG carrier into an 84 mmscfd Modular Floating Storage and Regasification... Continue Reading →

Saipem brings sustainability to subsea pipelaying

Saipem has revealed a new, sustainable subsea pipelaying method which allows forming vertical cold bends in the pipeline in a strictly controlled way and directly underwater by means of a specially designed remotely operated underwater bending machine. The Underwater Cold Bending technology is said to allow a considerable reduction of environmental impacts on the seabed.... Continue Reading →

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