Seadrill positive on offshore drilling outlook

 (OM) Seadrill has issued an update on is global offshore rig fleet. The benign environment semisub has started a program for Talos Production in the US Gulf of Mexico. West Tellus and the reactivated West Jupiter are both preparing to start contracts for Petrobras offshore Brazil. In the Norwegian sector, the harsh environment semisubs West Elara and West Phoenix are working respectively for... Continue Reading →

Equinor Sticks to Renewables Profit Goal

(Reuters) Norwegian energy firm Equinor's renewables business faces rising supply chain bottlenecks and strong rivalry for new projects, but will not compromise on its 4-8% investment return target, the head of the unit told Reuters. While still largely an oil and gas producer, state-controlled Equinor is investing heavily in offshore wind, securing permits in Britain,... Continue Reading →

Venezuelan oil offers little to U.S. or Chevron

(Reuters Breakingviews) - U.S. President Joe Biden is open to Venezuelan oil. Over the weekend, the Treasury Department issued $355 billion oil giant Chevron (CVX.N) a license to resume limited production in the country. That helps to spread around extraction of the fossil fuel, and could ease prices on the margin. But between the dirty Venezuelan oil and... Continue Reading →

WoodMac: U.S. To Triple LNG Exports By 2033

(OP) LNG exports are already outpacing U.S. exports to Mexico—compared to lower-than-Mexico exports five years ago. Next year, U.S. LNG exports are set to further increase from the current around 11 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d), and to continue growing all the way through 2033, nearly tripling to reach 29 Bcf/d, according to WoodMac.... Continue Reading →

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