force majeure

Libya Announces Forced Closure of Brega Oil Port

The National Oil Corporation (NOC) of Libya announced that the fourth wave of closure which affects stating the force majeure on the oil port of Brega.

Libya Shuts Down Al-Sharara Field Amid Wave of Oilfield Closures

The Libyan National Oil and Gas Company (NOC) announced the force majeure on the Al-Sharara oil field.

PETRONAS Announces Force Majeure at Yetagun Field in Myanmar

PC Myanmar Limited (PCML), a subsidiary of PETRONAS, has announced Force Majeure (FM) on its Yetagun field in the Andaman Sea, offshore Myanmar, on April 1, 2021 due to depletion of gas production in Blocks M12, M ...

Libya’s NOC Lifts Force Majeure at Sharara Oilfield

Libya’s National Oil Company (NOC) has announced that the force majeure at Sharara oilfield has been lifted with immediate effect and that production has restarted.

Waha’s Repair Work Nears Completion

Libya’s Waha oil fields are set to finish repair work to upgrade the production and service facilities after a seven month hiatus from production.

India’s Oil Imports Drop 31%, Hitting Lowest Levels since 2011 

India’s oil imports in May have nosedived 31% from April’s levels, representing the lowest importing figures since October 2011.

Algeria’s Force Majeure Constricts LNG Supplies to France

French gas grid operator GRTgaz said a force majeure in Algeria and tensions in the global gas market were reducing deliveries of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to southern France.

Shell Nigeria Resumed Bonny Light Exports

Royal Dutch Shell lifted its force majeure on Nigeria's Bonny Light crude exports. The Nembe Creek Trunk Line was repaired and reopened, allowing Shell to resume exports.

Nigeria to Resume Exports from Forcados Pipeline

Royal Dutch Shell’s Forcados pipeline in Nigeria will resume deliveries in September.

Nigeria’s Oil Output,Export Losses Continues

The Nigerian Petroleum Minister, Ibe Kachikwu, said that the country’s losses in oil production due to militant attacks have hit 900,000 b/d. The African nation continues to lose about $274m as the US and India cut t ...

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