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Tanzania Expects LNG Plant Deal by 2018

Tanzania hopes to reach an agreement with international oil companies in 2018 paving the way for the construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant, part of a bigger plan for a new export terminal.

Tanzania’s LNG Plant in Negotiation Phase

The process of constructing Tanzania’s envisaged liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant to sit on the land of Lindi Region has now entered the negotiation stage of the Host Government Agreement (HGA).

Shell to Sell Iraqi Oil Assets

Royal Dutch Shell is considering selling out of its oil fields in Iraq as part of its global $30b asset disposal program.

Shell to Sell Gabon Onshore Operations

Royal Dutch Shell is in advanced talks with a party interested in buying its onshore operations in Gabon as part of the company's $30b divestment plan.

Statoil to Decide on LNG Export Terminal in 5 Years

The final investment decision (FID) on a Tanzania's $30b onshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal will not be made for at least five years.

Tanzania To Speed Up LNG Project

Tanzanian President, John Magufuli, gave orders to speed up long-delayed work on a planned liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in the Lindi Region and estimated to cost $30b

Royal Dutch Shell Plans to Limit Spending

Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell plans to increase cost savings to $4.5b following its $54b acquisition last February of BG Group, which Chief Executive Officer, Ben van Beurden, said will make it the best oil company inv ...

Egypt’s Oil Ministry to Allow BG to Export Liquefied Gas

Egypt's Ministry of Petroleum vowed to allow British Gas Group (BG), now a subsidiary of Shell, to export liquefied gas through the infrastructure of the Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Petroleum Operations (ADCO).

Shell-BG Merger Likely to Get Clearances

Shell's gigantic takeover of BG worth $83b (£55b), planned before the end 2015, is likely to secure clearances from the remaining Chinese and Australian regulators.

BG Says Tunisia More Reliable Than Egypt to Gas Producers

Tunisia is proving a more reliable place to produce natural gas than Egypt as the smallest nation on the North African coast pays its fuel bills on time, a BG Group Plc (BG) executive said.

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