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Net Zero Energy

'Major milestone' reached at Australian CCUS research project

Group claims current project has potential to reduce monitoring costs for commercial scale CCS projects.

Lundin probes wave power for 'significant challenges' of offshore decarbonisation

One-year scoping project to explore use of Ocean Harvesting Technologies' design in reducing emissions from oil and gas operations at sea.

Eni mulls stake sale or IPO for new renewables unit

Eni has swung back to profits in Q1 as commodity prices improved, and announced plans for an IPO.

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Digital Energy

Vallourec equips Total North Sea rig with 3D printed safety component

Vallourec has equipped Total with a 3D printed waterbushing for the Elgin-Franklin well in the North Sea.

ABB supporting Equinor with development of autonomous platforms

Equinor has employed ABB to deliver automation solutions for the Krafla oil and gas field development.

Halliburton introduces new borehole imaging technology

Halliburton Company announced a new wireline logging service that helps operators acquire more accurate well data to better evaluate production potential called StrataXaminer.

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Sabic renewable polymers for new Nivea face care packaging

From June, the packs for Nivea’s Naturally Good face care product range will be made from SABIC’s “certified renewable” polypropylene.


First jacket in the Romanian Black Sea block installed by GSP teams

Romania’s GSP announced the successful installation, 120km off the coast of the Black Sea.

Russia fights to keep course on carbon and renewables amid budget squeeze

Russia’s next phase of renewable energy development looks like it won’t be as well-funded by the state as planned. That said, the announced cuts could have been worse, and corporates are stepping up plans to mitigate carbon, reports NEO.

Gazprom, RusGazDobycha and NIPIGAZ make decision to terminate EPC contract for Ust-Luga Gas Processing Complex

Gazprom, RusGazDobycha and NIPIGAZ have decided to terminate the business relationship under the EPC contract for the creation of the Gas Processing Complex.

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KMG and Tatneft continue developing their cooperation

KazMunayGas and Tatneft signed a number of joint documents on 28 of April.

Survey: Confidence Climbs in Russia

Lubricant marketers and distributors in Russia improved significantly from December to March.

Steam production started at the Uzbekneftegaz GTL plant

Uzbekneftegaz JSC, visited the Construction Site of the GTL plant on March 18, 2021, where he reviewed implementation of the investment project.

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Israeli player enters Black Sea with Ukraine exploration pact

Naftogaz Ukrainy has teamed up with Naphtha Israel Petroleum as the Ukrainian state gas importer and distributor builds up partnerships with international investors.

Romgaz has submitted a bid for taking over ExxonMobil Black Sea assets

Romgaz submitted, on the last day of March, a binding offer for the acquisition of 100% of ExxonMobil interests in Neptun Block.

Bulgartransgaz plans to invest 1.3 bln euro by end 2022

Bulgartransgaz will invest some 1.3 billion euro in the next two years, mostly in the construction of new infrastructure.

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