Latest Oil & Gas News

  • Woodside expands LNG supply amid FID push

    Australian oil and gas company Woodside and Uniper agreed to increase Woodside’s supply of LNG to the German energy company

  • Edison takes back wind producer, exits from gas distributor

    Italian energy group Edison is reacquiring wind producer E2i Energie Speciali while divesting from its gas distribution company

  • Total pulls out of API

    Total has withdrawn from the American Petroleum Institute following a "detailed analysis of the climate positions" of the largest US trade association for oil and gas, the company has announced

  • Federal funding for NT gas reserve

    The Australian federal government has released a further A$173 million in funding to develop the Beetaloo Basin shale gas reserve in the Northern Territory

  • Acquisitive streak for NFE in Brazil

    New Fortress Energy (NFE) is increasing its presence in the Brazilian LNG, natural gas and power market with a raft of acquisition agreements in the country

  • White & Case hires partner for Houston office

    Taylor Pullins has joined White & Case as a partner in the firm’s environment & climate change and global M&A practice

  • Premier Oil shareholders back merger

    Premier Oil shareholders have backed its proposed merger with Chrysaor at a general meeting

  • Row over Chevron’s LNG plant deepens

    Chevron’s Gorgon LNG plant in Western Australia continues to be a thorn in its side, as new documents have brought to light the failure of its delayed carbon capture system

  • IJGlobal Awards 2020 – open for submissions

    We are delighted to report that the portal is now open to accept submissions for the IJGlobal Awards 2020 – celebrating the great and good of infra/energy achievements in the last calendar year

  • AZB strengthens team

    Anuja Tiwari joined AZB & Partners as a partner amid optimism about the potential for India's National Infrastructure Pipeline to bolster real-asset investments in the long-term

  • Strike Energy launches A$2bn urea project

    ASX-listed oils and gas exploration company Strike Energy has today launched its ammonia and urea manufacturing facility in Western Australia

  • Chevron’s WA LNG permit cut back by 10 years

    Energy corporation Chevron’s permit to operate its Gorgon LNG project in Western Australia has been scaled back by 10 years over an emissions row with the Conservation Council of Western Australia (CCWA) and push back

  • Mercuria and Envysion to set up fund for investment

    Switzerland-based trading company Mercuria has teamed up with Singapore-based asset manager Envysion Wealth Management to co-invest in mining and energy projects

  • Oz fuel security scheme comes into force ahead of schedule

    The Australian federal government's fuel security package designed to increase domestic storage has come into force today (7 January 2021) – 6 months ahead of the original implementation date of 1 July

  • Arruda joins King & Spalding

    Michael E. Arruda, former partner-in-charge of Baker Botts' Asia office, has joined King & Spalding as senior counsel