Energean’s Production in Egypt Exceeds Four-Month Guidance
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Energean’s Production in Egypt Exceeds Four-Month Guidance

Energean’s Production in Egypt has amounted to 31,700 barrels of oil equivalent per day (bbloe/d) in Q1 2021, exceeding its four-month guidance of 27,000-30,000 bbloe/d, according to a statement.  During the…

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Fast Changes in the Energy Sector and the Renewables Pressure
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Fast Changes in the Energy Sector and the Renewables Pressure

With controlling global warming becomes a world priority, is it still time to explore for hydrocarbons? The climate change and Paris Agreement pressure on international oil companies (IOCs)…

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Israel asks Chevron to restart Tamar gas field
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Israel asks Chevron to restart Tamar gas field

Israel’s energy ministry has asked Chevron to restart output at the Tamar offshore gas field nine days after it was shut down amid escalating violence and tensions in…

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Chevron shuts in Tamar gas field amid unrest in Israel
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Chevron shuts in Tamar gas field amid unrest in Israel

Oil and gas giant Chevron has shut down production at its operated Tamar field located offshore Israel amid escalating military activities and tensions in Israel. A spokesperson for…

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First LNG cargo from Egypt to Lithuania
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First LNG cargo from Egypt to Lithuania

Lithuania’s Klaipėda LNG terminal expects to receive 138,000 cubic metres of LNG for the first time from Egypt. LNG carrier LNG Fukurokuju, built in 2016 and currently sailing under…

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Lebanon, Israel maritime border talks paused after US preconditions
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Lebanon, Israel maritime border talks paused after US preconditions

A new round of indirect talks between Lebanon and Israel over the disputed maritime border was postponed Wednesday after Beirut rejected unfair preconditions set by a US mediator…

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Lebanon protest US conditions at maritime talks with Israel
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Lebanon protest US conditions at maritime talks with Israel

Lebanese President Michel Aoun said on Tuesday there should be no preconditions for talks with Israel over their Mediterranean border dispute. Negotiations between the old foes were launched…

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Lebanon, Israel to resume maritime border talks May 4
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Lebanon, Israel to resume maritime border talks May 4

Lebanon and Israel will resume US-mediated talks on their disputed maritime border on May 4, the US State Department said Friday. “The resumption of talks is a positive…

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The Growing of Egypt’s LNG Hubs
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The Growing of Egypt’s LNG Hubs

The liquefied natural gas (LNG) scene has witnessed a remarkable change in 2020 and actually this change was inevitable and imperative due to the COVID-19 pandemic; the crisis…

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UAE Mubadala in talks to buy $1.1b stake in Israeli gas field
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UAE Mubadala in talks to buy $1.1b stake in Israeli gas field

Mubadala Petroleum is in talks to buy ‘significant stakes’ in a leading Israeli energy company Delek Drilling to foster ties in energy sector following Abraham Accord signed in…

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