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Total Not to Acquire Anadarko Algeria Assets

French energy major, Total, has been informed by Occidental that it cannot acquire oil and gas assets in Algeria.

Algeria Mulls Options for Total’s Anadarko Deal

The Algerian government is reconsidering Total’s acquisition of Anadarko’s Algerian assets and looks for a good compromise

Four Oil Majors Interested in Agreement with Algerian Sonatrach

Anadarko, Total, Eni, and Statoil are interested in joining the Algerian state oil company Sonatrach to develop offshore drilling in the North African country.

Algeria Proposes Energy Tax Reforms to Increase Investment

Algeria plans to pass a new energy law that offers tax incentives to attract investment and is in discussion with foreign firms such as BP and Anadarko regarding its shale gas reserves.

Algeria Discusses Offshore Drilling Partnerships with Majors

Algeria's Sonatrach wants to start its offshore oil drilling and has begun discussions with U.S. operators ExxonMobil Corp and Anadarko, as well as Italy's Eni.

Mozambique Approved LNG Deals with Anadarko, Eni

Mozambique's cabinet has approved changes to liquefied natural gas (LNG) contracts with U.S. oil major Anadarko and Italy's Eni to allow the two companies to sell the government's share of gas from projects in the Ro ...

Mozambique Extended Gas Tender

The government of Mozambique announced a one-month extension of the deadline for the tender to select companies interested in the design, investment and development liquefied gas projects.

Eni Seeks Investments for Mozambique’s Gas Field

Italian oil firm Eni has approached banks for billions of dollars to finance Mozambique's huge offshore gas development.

GNPC: Ghana Receives Fair Interest at TEN Field

In light with the commencement of oil production at Ghana's offshore Tweneboa-Enyenra-Ntomme (TEN) field - that was initially discovered in March 2009 - The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) has been having ...

Mozambique: Eni to Conclude Major Offshore Gas Deal

Long-delayed offshore gas project with Italy’s Eni could be approved within months, sparking investments with the potential to transform Mozambique, one of the world’s poorest countries, into a major energy player.

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