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TotalEnergies Exits from Myanmar

TotalEnergies announced that it will halts all its ongoing projects in Myanmar due to the announcement of the coup that will take place at the first of February 2021.

Tengiz Oilfield Production in Kazakhstan is Back to Normal

Chevron announced that the production of its Tengizchevroil (TCO) field located in Kazakhstan is back to its normal after it halted during last week due to the protests.

Iraq to Internally Develop Mansuriyah Gas Field, Nassiriya Oilfield

Iraq will develop its Mansuriyah gas field near the Iranian border using state-run firms after the delay and failure of international oil companies (IOCs) to resume work at the field, as well as developing the Nas ...

Kuwait’s Donated Oil Shipment Arrives in Iraq

An oil tanker containing supplies of gas oil donated by the Kuwaiti government arrived in the Iraqi port of Basra on July 23.

Protests Halt Gas Production in Tunisia

Oil and gas industry contractor Petrofac has halted gas production in Tunisia after two weeks of renewed protests on the southern Kerkennah islands.

Petrofac Resumed Operations at Tunisian Facility

British oil and gas industry services company Petrofac has resumed its operations in Tunisia after the government reached a deal with protesters.

Petrofac to Exit Tunisia Amid Disrupted Gas Production

UK gas company Petrofac is threatening to leave Tunisia and end its investment if protests over jobs that have disrupted gas production for nine months are not stopped immediately.

China Cancels $6b Uranium Plant over Public Protests

China's plan to build a $6b uranium processing plant in the southern province of Guangdong was canceled after about a thousand people took to the streets demanding the project was scrapped over public health and envi ...

Tehran Protests Oppose Iranian Petroleum Contracts

Iran's Oil Ministry has recently witnessed demonstrations criticizing the terms of the new Iranian Petroleum Contracts (IPCs) organized by student protesters, who are aligned with the Basij, a hard-line militia forme ...

Israel Invites Oil Majors Following Nationwide Anti-Monopoly Protests

Israel is inviting international oil companies to further explore its offshore waters for natural gas, Israel’s Minister of National Infrastructure, Energy and Water Resources Yuval Steinitz announced.

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