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27/11/2020
17:30
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 48.00 +0.76% Gasoline NYMEX 1.26 +0.55% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.84 -2.87% WTI 45.31 USD +0.78% FTSE 100 6,367.58 +0.07% Dow Jones 29,890.79 +0.06% CAC 40 5,598.18 +0.56% SBF 120 4,428.16 +0.61% Euro STOXX 50 3,527.79 +0.32% DAX 13,335.68 +0.37% Ftse Mib 22,343.09 +0.64% Eni 8.582 +0.28% Total 37.7 +0.90% Engie 12.52 -0.04% Orange 10.69 +1.47% Bp 262.9 -0.23% Vodafone 124.9 -0.62% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,339.4 -0.06% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,304 +0.40%
waldron
25/11/2020
11:42
OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY Total selects Maersk Drilling rigs for Suriname campaign 25 November 2020 (Last Updated November 25th, 2020 11:29) French oil major Total has awarded a conditional letter of award (CLOA) to Danish offshore drilling rig operator Maersk Drilling for the supply of two deepwater rigs, namely Mærsk Developer and Maersk Valiant. French oil major Total has awarded a conditional letter of award (CLOA) to Danish offshore drilling rig operator Maersk Drilling for the supply of two deepwater rigs, namely Mærsk Developer and Maersk Valiant. The two semi-submersible rigs will be used for an exploration and appraisal project in Block 58 offshore Suriname. Hydrocarbon exploration firm Apache operates and owns a 50% working interest in the block while Total holds the remaining 50% interest. Expected to begin early next year, the campaign is estimated to last for 500 days. The contract value for both the rigs is valued at $100m, including rig upgrades as well as integrated services. Maersk Drilling noted that the CLOA is subject to finalisation of the formal contract and other customary conditions. The Danish rig operator noted that it will provide an update ‘upon conclusion of a formal contract’. Maersk Drilling COO Morten Kelstrup said: “We’re delighted to get this opportunity to add further to our long-standing relationship with Total through a two-rig contract, building on our previous collaboration on deepwater exploration projects and on Maersk Drilling’s recent experience with starting up operations in Suriname for Mærsk Developer.”
adrian j boris
21/11/2020
12:06
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ariane
20/11/2020
16:59
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 44.34 +0.29% Gasoline NYMEX 1.17 +0.28% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.78 +1.98% WTI 41.86 USD +0.56% FTSE 100 6,351.45 +0.27% Dow Jones 29,392.74 -0.31% CAC 40 5,495.89 +0.39% SBF 120 4,344.64 +0.32% Euro STOXX 50 3,467.03 +0.45% DAX 13,137.25 +0.39% Ftse Mib 21,698.05 +0.75% Eni 8.125 +0.59% Total 34.5 +1.14% Engie 12.165 +0.91% Orange 10.41 +0.24% Bp 244.4 +0.27% Vodafone 123.18 +1.25% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,244.8 +1.53% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,196.8 +1.23% Tullow Oil (TLW) 25.37 0.62 (2.51%)
waldron
20/11/2020
08:46
Oil Majors Are Paying The Price For Investing In Renewables By Alex Kimani - Nov 19, 2020, 7:00 PM CST Big Oil has been frequently lambasted for trying to burnish its green credentials through half-hearted investments in renewables. That might have been true for much of the past decade, but it appears to be changing as the oil and gas majors have started putting down big money into clean energy. For instance, European oil majors including BP Plc. (NYSE:BP), Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE:RDS.A), Eni SpA (NYSE:E), Total SA (NYSE:TOT), and Norwegian national oil company Equinor ASA (NYSE:EQNR) have already invested billions of dollars in renewable energy and made big clean energy commitments. Yet, Big Oil just can’t seem to catch a break, with stocks of oil and gas companies that are investing heavily in renewables being punished by the markets. A good case in point is BP, one of the oil majors with some of the largest clean energy commitments. BP has announced plans to achieve net-zero status by 2030 by dramatically increasing its renewables spending. BP stock has, however, cratered 48% in the year-to-date, considerably worse than Europe’s oil and gas benchmark STOXX Europe 600 Oil & Gas Index (SXEP) which is down 32% in the year-to-date or even the Energy Select Sector Fund (XLE) which has lost 41%. BP’s European peer Shell has probably done more than any other supermajor as far as investing in renewable energy goes. Recently, Shell CEO Ben van Beurden told investors that the company no longer considers itself an oil and gas company but an energy transition company. Shell has been vocal about the shift to renewables, frequently issuing the clarion call for the industry to switch to cleaner energy sources. In 2016, Shell set an ambitious goal to invest $4bn to $6bn in clean energy projects by 2020. Shell stock is down 44% YTD. Related: Why Iraq Isn’t Producing 10 Million Barrels Per Day Yet Meanwhile, ENI has the most ambitious climate change pledge with plans to lower its greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050. ENI also says that its renewable portfolio will reach an installed capacity of 3 GW as early as 2023 and 5 GW in 2025. ENI stock has tanked 38%. Clean energy transition What’s going on here clearly is a case of damned if you do and damned if you don’t. The big problem here stems from the way the renewable sector operates. Green energy requires heavy upfront investments with longer payback periods compared to fossil fuel investments. In fact, green infrastructure is 1.5-3.0x more capital- and labor-intensive than hydrocarbons. Oil and gas firms are still grappling with the best way to presently use dwindling cash flows; in effect, they are still weighing whether it's worthwhile to at least partially reinvent themselves as renewables businesses while also determining which low-carbon energy markets offer the most attractive future returns. Most renewable ventures, like solar and wind projects, tend to churn out cash flows akin to annuities for several decades after initial up-front capital expenditure with generally low price risk as opposed to their current models with faster payback but high oil price risk. With the need to generate quick shareholder returns, some fossil fuel companies have actually been scaling back their clean energy investments. By investing their cash flows in clean energy projects, the oil majors are likely to reap the benefits in the future--but at the expense of today’s dividends and buybacks. In other words, it’s a bit like the markets want to eat their cake and still have it. Clean energy spinoffs Obviously, pure-play renewable companies get a lot more leeway from the markets despite the majority still being unprofitable. For instance, the solar sector boasts a median P/E GAAP (FWD) of 31.3 vs. 10.9 for U.S. oil and gas companies thanks to the former’s much better top-and bottom-line growth prospects. In contrast, even the most bullish oil outlook calls for only anemic growth for oil and gas demand over the next decade, meaning pretty limited growth runways for Big Oil. Further, renewables still make up a minuscule fraction of their revenues for most oil majors, meaning it might take many more years of clean energy investments before they can reflect on their valuations. But maybe Big Oil won’t have to wait too long before they can reap the dividends. RBC Capital Markets analyst Biraj Borkhataria has told Barron’s that the oil majors are likely to start spinning off their renewable businesses once they achieve scale if this valuation disconnect persists. Indeed, Biraj says that standalone valuations of Equinor’s, Energia’s, and Total’s low-carbon businesses currently clock in at 17%, 15%, and 10%, respectively, of their enterprise valuations. Given how aggressively these companies have been investing in renewables, it probably won’t come as a surprise if the value of their clean energy portfolios double in the next five or so years. That represents a huge amount of value that these companies will no doubt be looking to unlock several years down the line. By Alex Kimani for Oilprice.com
grupo guitarlumber
18/11/2020
11:47
Oil Prices Under Pressure After API Reports Crude Inventory Build By Julianne Geiger - Nov 17, 2020, 3:43 PM CST The American Petroleum Institute (API) reported on Tuesday a build in crude oil inventories of 4.174 million barrels for the week ending November 13. Analysts had predicted an inventory build of 1.95-million barrels. In the previous week, the API reported a large draw in oil inventories of 5.147-million barrels, after analysts had predicted a draw of 913,000 barrels for the week. Oil prices were trading down on Tuesday afternoon before the API's data release despite significant vaccine news, as OPEC+ indicated that it could extend its current production cuts for an additional three months. Pressuring prices include widespread lockdowns, weaker than anticipated economic data in the United States, and Libya's surging oil production. In the runup to Tuesday's data release, at 11:53 a.m. EDT, WTI had fallen by $0.48 (-1.16%) to $40.86 down roughly $0.50 per barrel on the week. The Brent crude benchmark had fallen on the day by $0.61 at that time (-1.39%) to $43.21—down about $0.40 per barrel on the week. But oil prices ticked higher in the later afternoon hours. U.S. oil production was unchanged in the last reporting week, at 10.5 million bpd, according to the Energy Information Administration—;2.6 million bpd lower than the all-time high of 13.1 million bpd reached in March. The API reported a build in gasoline inventories of 256,000 barrels of gasoline for the week ending November 13—compared to the previous week's 3.297-million-barrel draw. Analysts had expected a 450,000-barrel build for the week. Distillate inventories were down by 5.024-million barrels for the week, compared to last week's 5.619-million-barrel draw, while Cushing inventories rose by 176,000 barrels. At 4:39 pm EDT, the WTI benchmark was trading at $41.45 while Brent crude was trading at $43.87. By Julianne Geiger for Oilprice.com
grupo guitarlumber
18/11/2020
10:06
Total lists factors keeping investors at bay in Nigeria’s deep water oil and gas sector November 18, 2020 By Ripples Nigeria There were no key investment decisions taken on deepwater oil and gas exploration in the Nigerian energy industry between 2015 and 2019, much as opportunities for business existed, Total Exploration and Production Nigeria Limited said on Tuesday. Mike Sangster, the managing director of the Nigerian operations of the oil supermajor, disclosed that pending dispute resolution, impending lease expiry and escalating costs accounted for the factors that were keeping investors at bay. “Nigeria has only benefitted from less than five per cent of all investments in oil and gas in Africa between 2015 and 2019 despite having the largest reserves,” the Total chief told the management session of the virtual Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists 2020 conference. Sangster, who was represented by Total’s Deputy Managing Director Victor Bandele, noted that the interventions by authorities in forging an enduring framework for the energy sector was capable of restoring confidence and delivering attractive benefits, which could offer mutually favourable solutions to the country and investors. Read also: NSE: Nestle, Total, Dangote Cement drive gains as Nigerian stocks hit 9-month high “This will further attract more capital investment in an ever more competitive world. A progressive, win-win PIB will no doubt be the catalyst needed for a new wave of hydrocarbon exploration and development investment in Nigeria,” he said. The oil and gas sector of Nigeria, Africa’s biggest oil producer, is proving a hard sell to international investors on account of myriad regulatory bottlenecks and difficulty in doing business, causing it to receive only 5 per cent or $3 billion of all oil and gas funds invested on the continent between 2015 and 2019. The chair of the Society of Petroleum Engineers, Olatunji Akinwunmi, observed that the Niger-Delta Basin, where more than 90 billion barrels of oil had been discovered, remained technically attractive. “Funds for E&P development is globally more scarce in light of the planned gradual transition from fossil fuels dependence to an energy mix that would have increasing contribution from renewables. “There is every need to encourage and support speedy win-win resolutions of the outstanding blocking points in the new PIB as time is not on our side,” he said. AuthorRecent Posts Ripples Nigeria We are an online newspaper, very passionate about Nigerian politics, business and their leaders. We dig deeper, without borders and without fears. www.ripplesnigeria.com
grupo guitarlumber
18/11/2020
09:29
Jadestone Energy Inc. said Wednesday that it has relinquished an exploration license offshore Philippines, and expects to book a $50.5 million impairment related to historical expenditure at the site. The AIM-listed energy company said its subsidiary Mitra Energy and operator Total E&P Philippines BV have decided to terminate their interest in the Service Contract 56. Jadestone said SC56 would require a multi-year capital program prior to production, and that major investments in new pipelines and facilities don't fit its sustainability objectives. Mitra had a 25% interest in SC56, with Total holding the remaining 75%. Jadestone and Total will be subject to a payment in respect of unfulfilled work commitments. Jadestone said it will meet its share from a portion of the proceeds of an arbitration ruling between Mitra and Total. A tribunal ruled in favor of Mitra in January, and awarded it $11.1 million in monetary damages and $4.3 million in legal costs. Shares in Jadestone at 0837 GMT were down 1.5 pence, or 2.6%, at 56.5 pence. Write to Jaime Llinares Taboada at jaime.llinares@wsj.com; @JaimeLlinaresT (END) Dow Jones Newswires November 18, 2020 04:07 ET (09:07 GMT)
waldron
18/11/2020
08:39
Total SE has won a contract from the city of Paris to manage its electric-vehicle charging-point network for the next 10 years, the French energy company said Wednesday. The contract covers the maintenance and extension of the network, including the supply, installation and technical and commercial operation of the public charging points. The network will be extended to around 2,300 charging points, up just over half from the current number, including fast-charging hubs installed in underground parking lots, Total said. The company included in its proposal the development of solar farms in France dedicated to covering the network's power needs. "Our promise is to provide our customers with a 100% renewable electricity charge," Alexis Vovk, Total president for marketing and services, said. Write to Joshua Kirby at joshua.kirby@dowjones.com; @joshualeokirby (END) Dow Jones Newswires November 18, 2020 03:04 ET (08:04 GMT)
waldron
14/11/2020
19:04
Shearwater GeoServices awarded Senegal 3D acquisition and processing contract by Total Oil & GasUpstreamExploration By NS Energy Staff Writer 12 Nov 2020 The exploration survey covers 5,000km2 in the UDO Block Exploration area, offshore Senegal 12-11 PR1 Shearwater GeoServices awarded Senegal 3D acquisition and processing contract by Total. (Credit: Shearwater GeoServices) Shearwater GeoServices Holding AS (“Shearwater”) today announced the award for a large towed streamer 3D acquisition and Fast Track processing project by Total E&P Senegal (“Total”). The exploration survey covers 5,000 sq. km in the UDO Block Exploration area, offshore Senegal. The data acquisition will be carried out by the SW Empress using an ultra-wide tow Flexisource configuration together with Fast Track processing enabled by Shearwater’s proprietary Reveal software. “We are pleased to be awarded this contract by Total in North West Africa, providing us with back-to-back work for one of our vessels,” said Irene Waage Basili. “Leveraging our strong geographically dispersed fleet to drive efficiencies and minimise transit times and thereby create commercial and environmental benefits for our clients is a key element of our strategy.” The two-month survey is scheduled to commence in Q4 2020, adding to another recent award by Total to Shearwater for work in North West Africa’s MSGBC Basin. Source: Company Press Release
the grumpy old men
14/11/2020
11:30
BOIX 14 Nov '20 - 11:05 - 51966 of 51966 0 0 0 Great news Https://www.argusmedia.com/en/news/2159716-tullow-targets-kenya-fid-in-2022-first-oil-2024?backToResults=true Tullow targets Kenya FID in 2022, first oil 2024 Published date: 13 November 2020 London-listed independent Tullow Oil aims to make a final investment decision (FID) on its South Lokichar oil project in Kenya in 2022 and to start production in 2024. The firm outlined the new timeline in an implementation programme presented to the government two weeks ago, according to commissioner of petroleum at the energy ministry Martin Heya. "The timelines bring the oil development project back on track and give confidence to the service providers," Heya told Argus. Tullow and its partners in the project, Total and Canada's Africa Oil, had initially planned to reach FID in 2019 and first oil in 2021-22. But the decision was pushed back, first because the government took longer than expected to finalise land and water rights and then because the project partners declared force majeure in response to tax changes and Covid-19 restrictions. The force majeure notices were withdrawn in August "following productive discussions with the government, an improvement in the Covid-19 situation and assurances from government that the tax incentives granted to the phased project will continue to apply", Tullow said. The project's "foundation stage" will involve developing the Amosing, Ngamia and Twiga fields in the South Lokichar basin using a 60,000-80,000 b/d central processing facility and an export pipeline to the port of Lamu. Further development could see output plateau at over 100,000 b/d. A pilot scheme to test the market's appetite for Kenyan crude — which involved trucking oil from South Lokichar by road to the Indian Ocean port of Mombasa — ended in June this year. Tullow is operator of the project with a 50pc stake, while Total and Africa Oil hold 25pc each. Tullow plans to sell part of its interest but suspended the farm-down process earlier this year to allow for a comprehensive review of the development concept. By Mercy Matsiko
grupo guitarlumber
13/11/2020
17:42
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 42.89 -1.02% Gasoline NYMEX 1.13 -1.68% Natural Gas NYMEX 3.18 +3.45% WTI 40.25 USD -1.12% FTSE 100 6,316.39 -0.36% Dow Jones 29,354.74 +0.94% CAC 40 5,380.16 +0.33% SBF 120 4,255.46 +0.38% Euro STOXX 50 3,439.93 +0.16% DAX 13,076.72 +0.18% Ftse Mib 20,948.41 +0.63% Eni 7.66 +0.55% Total 32.645 +1.37% Engie 12.3 +3.19% Orange 10.335 +0.68% Bp 236.9 -0.38% Vodafone 119.52 +1.07% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,165.8 -0.78% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,115 -0.92% Tullow Oil (TLW) :22.63 -1.42 (-5.90%)
waldron
13/11/2020
15:49
subsurface 13 Nov '20 - 15:31 - 51958 of 51958 0 0 0 Afternoon gents. I spent the morning looking at Kenya Oil and Gas history thus far one thing I did notice was that Tullow decided to re examin the master plan for 6 months and it would take until near the end of 2021 to publish a report. The following has just surfaced on LSE Nothing on Tullow web site so we need more confirmation hTTps://www.argusmedia.com/en/news/2159716-tullow-targets-kenya-fid-in-2022-first-oil-2024?backToResults=true Tullow targets Kenya FID in 2022, first oil 2024 Published date: 13 November 2020 Share: AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to LinkedIn Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to MessengerShare to WhatsApp London-listed independent Tullow Oil aims to make a final investment decision (FID) on its South Lokichar oil project in Kenya in 2022 and to start production in 2024. The firm outlined the new timeline in an implementation programme presented to the government two weeks ago, according to commissioner of petroleum at the energy ministry Martin Heya. "The timelines bring the oil development project back on track and give confidence to the service providers," Heya told Argus. Tullow and its partners in the project, Total and Canada's Africa Oil, had initially planned to reach FID in 2019 and first oil in 2021-22. But the decision was pushed back, first because the government took longer than expected to finalise land and water rights and then because the project partners declared force majeure in response to tax changes and Covid-19 restrictions. The force majeure notices were withdrawn in August "following productive discussions with the government, an improvement in the Covid-19 situation and assurances from government that the tax incentives granted to the phased project will continue to apply", Tullow said. The project's "foundation stage" will involve developing the Amosing, Ngamia and Twiga fields in the South Lokichar basin using a 60,000-80,000 b/d central processing facility and an export pipeline to the port of Lamu. Further development could see output plateau at over 100,000 b/d. A pilot scheme to test the market's appetite for Kenyan crude — which involved trucking oil from South Lokichar by road to the Indian Ocean port of Mombasa — ended in June this year. Tullow is operator of the project with a 50pc stake, while Total and Africa Oil hold 25pc each. Tullow plans to sell part of its interest but suspended the farm-down process earlier this year to allow for a comprehensive review of the development concept. By Mercy Matsiko
waldron
13/11/2020
10:54
Total SE has said it will continue to explore and exploit crude oil in Gabon, according to a statement released Friday by Vincent de Paul Massassa, the country's Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons. The move comes after the French energy major has made several divestments from the Gabonese oil industry. In July, Total said it would sell several of its interests in the country to Perenco Oil & Gas Gabon for $350 million. Nicolas Terraz, CEO of Total Gabon, said the company's departure from Gabon was "not at all on the agenda." "The government is happy to see Total continue its investments in Gabon and welcomes the commitment of the company's management, Mr. Massassa said. Write to Barcelona Editors at barcelonaeditors@dowjones.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires November 13, 2020 05:05 ET (10:05 GMT)
adrian j boris
12/11/2020
08:41
Total SE has acquired Charging Solutions, a German business that operates electric-vehicle charging infrastructure, the French energy company said Thursday. The acquisition of the Munich-based business from Viessmann Group provides Total with a network of 2000 charge points in the country. The points are installed at the sites of private businesses, with some accessible to the public, Total said. The company provided no financial details of the deal, but said that the integration of Charging Solutions into its German affiliate Total Deutschland was effective as of Nov. 1. Alexis Vovk, Total's president for marketing and services, said the company's ambition was to operate 150,000 charge points in Europe by 2025. Write to Joshua Kirby at joshua.kirby@dowjones.com; @joshualeokirby (END) Dow Jones Newswires November 12, 2020 02:49 ET (07:49 GMT)
the grumpy old men
12/11/2020
07:56
ADNOC, Total deliver first unconventional gas from UAE’s Ruwais Diyab concession Oil & GasUpstreamOnshore By NS Energy Staff Writer 12 Nov 2020 The gas is delivered through a purpose-built pipeline and a centralised early production facility in the Diyab field for distribution gas-863195_640 (1) Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and French oil and gas major Total have commenced unconventional gas production from the Ruwais Diyab Concession located 200km west of Abu Dhabi city in the UAE. The move, which marks a key step ahead towards full field development, follows the signing of the region’s first unconventional gas concession agreement between ADNOC and Total in 2018. The firms deliver the unconventional gas from the Ruwais Diyab concession through a purpose-built gas pipeline and a centralised early production facility in the Diyab field. This enables distribution through ADNOC’s gas network. ADNOC upstream executive director Yaser Saeed Almazrouei said: “This achievement marks another important milestone in the development of the UAE’s unconventional gas resources as we deliver on our integrated gas strategy and work to achieve gas self-sufficiency for the nation. “The accelerated progress in Ruwais Diyab is a testament to the long-standing partnership between ADNOC and TOTAL, which has enabled us to expedite the learning curve in the production of unconventional gas resources, provided cost optimization opportunities and driven efficiencies. “All of these remain key as we move forward with confidence to further develop the concession and unlock its substantial potential to drive sustainable value for the UAE and its people.” ADNOC targets 1 billion scfd of gas production from concession ADNOC aims to produce one billion standard cubic feet (scfd) of gas from the concession before 2030. The company said that the concession would enable UAE to attain gas self-sufficiency. As per the terms of the deal signed in 2018, Total agreed to explore, appraise and develop the concession area’s unconventional gas resources. ADNOC has also awarded 40% stake to Total in the concession. The state-controlled oil company retains a stake of 60% in the onshore concession. ADNOC also intends to unlock gas resources from its Ghasha concession and Abu Dhabi’s giant gas caps, apart from developing the Ruwais Diyab concession.
the grumpy old men
11/11/2020
17:04
Total Petrochemicals & Refining USA on Wednesday reported an operational problem at its refinery in Port Arthur, Texas that led to excessive emissions of sulfur dioxide and other gases. "An unanticipated failure of the blower at Unit 870 necessitated a shift of acid gas from Unit 870 to Units 871 and 836," the refinery said in a statement to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. "The sudden volume of acid gas received at Unit 871 resulted in an exceedance of sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide emissions from its Incinerator." It said the emissions began Tuesday and lasted nine hours. The 225,000-barrel-a-day Total Port Arthur refinery is located 95 miles east of Houston. Write to Dan Molinski at dan.molinski@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires November 11, 2020 11:14 ET (16:14 GMT)
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