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Ghana's first oil exploration licensing round attracts global majors

24 Dec 2018

ATHENS Sixteen oil and gas firms have submitted applications for one or more of five Ghanaian offshore blocks in the West African country's first exploration licensing round, its energy ministry said.

Ghana's first oil exploration licensing round attracts global majors

24 Dec 2018

ATHENS, Dec 24 Sixteen oil and gas firms have submitted applications for one or more of five Ghanaian offshore blocks in the West African country's first exploration licensing round, its energy ministry said.

Norway to build wind farm despite concerns of reindeer herders

21 Dec 2018

OSLO Norway said on Friday it would build a wind park in an area used for reindeer grazing despite U.N. calls to suspend the project to study the impact on the indigenous herders' livelihoods.

UPDATE 1-Equinor can't meet methanol deliveries after fire at plant

21 Dec 2018

OSLO, Dec 21 Norway's Equinor said on Friday it will not be able to meet its immediate methanol deliveries as its Tjeldbergodden plant remains closed following a fire.

UPDATE 2-Norway's gas export plants better prepared for winter storms

20 Dec 2018

* 2019 maintenance seen higher than 2018 (Adds quotes, detail)

UPDATE 2-Explosion shuts Europe's largest methanol plant in Norway, no injuries

19 Dec 2018

OSLO, Dec 19 A fire at Norway's Tjeldbergodden industrial facility on Wednesday triggered an evacuation of staff and shutdown at Europe's largest methanol plant and a gas-receiving terminal, operators Equinor and Gassco said.

U.S. slams Russia's Yamal LNG transfers in Norwegian waters

30 Nov 2018

OSLO Allowing ship-to-ship transfers in Norwegian waters from Yamal in Arctic Russia, one of the world's largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, undercuts Europe's energy diversification efforts, the U.S. State Department said on Friday.

UPDATE 2-U.S. slams Russia's Yamal LNG transfers in Norwegian waters

30 Nov 2018

* Move allows for more frequent LNG cargoes from Yamal (Adds Russian reaction)

U.S. says allowing Russia's Yamal LNG transfers in Norway waters undercuts Europe energy diversification

30 Nov 2018

OSLO, Nov 30 Allowing ship-to-ship transfers in Norwegian waters from Yamal in Arctic Russia, one of the world's largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, undercuts Europe's energy diversification efforts, the U.S. State Department said on Friday.

U.S. says allowing Russia's Yamal LNG transfers in Norway waters undercuts Europe energy diversification

30 Nov 2018

OSLO, Nov 30 Allowing ship-to-ship transfers in Norwegian waters from Yamal in Arctic Russia, one of the world's largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, undercuts Europe's energy diversification efforts, the U.S. State Department said on Friday.

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