Petrobras signs agreements with Chinese companies

Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – Petrobras informs that a mission was carried out to China, during which Petrobras CEO Jean Paul Prates met with CEOs of Chinese companies and signed cooperation agreements in the energy sector, as specified below: MoU with China National Offshore Oil Corporation - CNOOC, in order to extend collaboration and explore the... Continue Reading →

Mexican regulator signs off Zama development plan, Harbour expects to resume drilling offshore Indonesia

(OM) Mexico’s regulator has approved the unitized development plan for the offshore Zama oil field, according to partner Harbour Energy. The Pemex-led joint venture is now preparing to start the FEED and reassess cost estimates ahead of a potential final investment decision in 2024. Earlier this year Harbour participated in the Wintershall Dea-operated Kan-1 exploration... Continue Reading →

France’s Engie and Portugal’s EDP plan to develop offshore windfarms in Australia

(Reuters) - Ocean Winds, a joint venture between Portugal's main utility EDP (EDP.LS) and French company Engie (ENGIE.PA), said on Tuesday it has lodged applications with the Australian government to develop offshore windfarms off the coast of Victoria. The JV, which participated in the Victoria tender through its bidding company High Sea Wind, has presented applications for three... Continue Reading →

TechnipFMC rakes in multi-million deal with Angola’s largest independent oil & gas producer

(OET) UK-headquartered TechnipFMC has been hired by Azule Energy, a joint venture between BP and Eni, to provide subsea production systems for a development project offshore Angola. TechnipFMC deems the contract to be a “significant” one since it is between $75 million and $250 million. Thanks to this deal, the company will supply subsea production systems for Azule... Continue Reading →

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