Acquisition of international upstream assets a 'learning curve' for China, CNOOC economist says
Russian energy minister hits out at European governments playing politics over gas sales
Colombia is pushing full speed ahead with its next chapter of exploration, registering wide interest for its upcoming bid round in July and wrapping up the rollout of much-anticipated final regulations for the development of unconventionals.
Overly complex procedures can get in the way of good performance, conference told
Construction under way on delayed FSRU project near Karachi
Developments pushing boundaries of deep-water discovery but costs need to be reined in
Asian demand a key driver behind shale gas boom and LNG surge
Montevideo looks to hold 11-block round next year
BP's technology boss says advances will ensure supply meets demand
Oil Minister Jose Botelho de Vasconvelos says new acreage off south to go on sale next year
Energy markets director sees others trying to replicate success of US in unconventionals
Extractive industry needs to reach out to local communities over plans, WPC panel says
NPD chief welcomes Russian players as wheels turn on licensing process in untapped south-east Barents Sea
Oil & gas must do more to show its sustainability, says Repsol boss
Venezuelan and French powerhouses talk heavy oil and shale at WPC in Moscow
Minister: 'Collaboration needed among countries to ensure fair pricing and maximise profits'
Colombia is introducing legislation on energy efficiency to complement its low-emissions plan that aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and create green growth alternatives.
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