Wintershall Dea to exit from Russian projects

Wintershall Dea intends to fully exit Russia following a principle decision of the Management Board, approved by the Supervisory Board. The company will leave the country in an orderly manner, complying with all applicable legal obligations.

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Arabian Drilling inks $173.33mln deal with Saudi Aramco

Arabian Drilling Company signed a contract with Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco) at a value exceeding SAR 650 million for one offshore jack-up unit.

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Iraq’s oil earnings topped $115bln in 2022

Oil revenues in 2022 exceeded US$115 billion, figures announced by the oil ministry on Tuesday, showed.

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UAE secured 41.5% of Japan’s crude oil needs in November

Oil remains the most significant energy source in Japan, accounting for about 40% of the country’s total energy supply

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OQ, SABIC and KPI sign pact to set up world-scale petrochemical complex in Duqm

Omani global integrated energy company OQ, Saudi chemicals giant SABIC and Kuwait Petroleum International (KPI) have signed a project development agreement for a jointly owned petrochemical complex in the Special Economic Zone at Duqm (SEZAD).

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Dangote, other African refineries require 1.7m bpd of crude oil

As the push from fossil fuels continues in the developed countries with reduced buyers for Nigeria and other African crude, there are indications that Dangote Refinery and about ten others across Africa may, from next year, will provide an immediate market for African crude oil.

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Oman inks deal for two new LNG carriers worth over $500mln

The vessels are slated for delivery by mid-2026

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Eni chalks up another Cyprus gas find

Between two and three trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of natural gas has been uncovered in exploratory drilling in block six of Cyprus exclusive economic zone (EEZ), the energy ministry announced on Wednesday.

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