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Rosneft sells Venezuelan assets to Russian company
Oil producer Rosneft is set to terminate its operations in Venezuela and sell the assets linked to its operations in the country to an undisclosed company owned by the Russian Government.
Whitebark Energy calls off Wizard Lake oilfield acquisition deal
Whitebark Energy’s wholly-owned subsidiary Salt Bush Energy (SBE) has terminated the definitive agreement to acquire the residual 40% interest of the Wizard Lake Oilfield in Canada.
Baker Tilly to acquire Oil and Gas Business Solutions
Advisory, tax and assurance firm Baker Tilly has reached an agreement to acquire Dallas-based Oil and Gas Business Solutions (OGBS).
Conex agrees to buy Total’s Liberia and Sierra Leone businesses
Conex Oil and Gas Holdings Limited (Conex) has signed an agreement with Total to acquire Total Liberia and Total Sierra Leone for an undisclosed sum.
Southeast Asian refiner to use Chevron Lummus Global (CLG) technology
US-based engineering services firm McDermott International has announced that its Chevron Lummus Global (CLG), McDermott's joint venture (JV) with Chevron, has been awarded a contract by a Southeast Asian refiner.
Woodfibre LNG delays project start to 2021 amid Covid-19 pandemic
Developers of the Woodfibre LNG export project in British Columbia are delaying the start of construction to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
US firm Diversified Gas & Oil extends Ohio well retirement agreement
US-based well operator Diversified Gas & Oil (DGO) has extended its five-year definitive asset retirement agreement with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources by an additional five years.
Equatorial Guinea waives fees for oil and gas sector due to Covid-19
Oil producer Equatorial Guinea has announced that it will abolish fees for oil and gas service companies operating within the country.
API asks Trump for regulatory relief during Covid-19 pandemic
The US oil and gas industry trade association American Petroleum Institute (API) has asked President Donald Trump to suspend certain regulatory requirements for the oil and gas sector to ensure uninterrupted fuel supplies during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
PGNiG to join Nord Stream 2 legal exemption procedure
Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) and its German subsidiary PST have been given the right to join a procedure examining whether to allow the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to be exempted from certain EU energy legislation.
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