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Transocean to acquire Songa Offshore for $1.1bn Transocean has entered into an agreement to acquire a Norwegian offshore drilling contractor Songa Offshore for NOK9.1bn ($1.1bn). Oil & Gas > Drilling & Production > News
Swala Oil and Gas plans investment in Orca’s Mauritian subsidiary By EBR Staff Writer
Swala Oil and Gas, a Tanzanian oil and gas exploration company said that it is looking to invest up to $130m in the Mauritius-registered PanAfrican Energy (PAEM) for a minority stake.
Power Generation > Fossil Fuel > News Duke Energy seeks to add 500MW of new wind capacity in Carolinas By EBR Staff Writer
Duke Energy Carolinas (DEC) said that it is seeking to add up to 500MW of wind capacity to its transmission system in the Carolinas
Power Generation > Wind > News BP begins production from $2bn Juniper offshore gas project in Trinidad By EBR Staff Writer
BP’s Trinidad and Tobago subsidiary, BPTT has commenced production at the $2bn Juniper project in offshore Trinidad by drawing the first gas from the development.
Oil & Gas > Drilling & Production > News
4 AM Midstream buys US midstream assets from White Star Petroleum By EBR Staff Writer
4 AM Midstream has acquired midstream oil and gas gathering assets from White Star Petroleum for an undisclosed sum.
Oil & Gas > Transportation & Storage > News Transocean to acquire Songa Offshore for $1.1bn Transocean has entered into an agreement to acquire a Norwegian offshore drilling contractor Songa Offshore for NOK9.1bn ($1.1bn).
Oil & Gas > Drilling & Production > News Husky Energy to buy US refinery for $435m By EBR Staff Writer
Husky Energy has agreed to acquire Superior refinery from Calumet Specialty Products Partners in US, for around $435m.
Oil & Gas > Refining & Petrochemicals > News

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BP begins production from $2bn Juniper offshore gas project in Trinidad
By EBR Staff Writer
BP’s Trinidad and Tobago subsidiary, BPTT has commenced production at the $2bn Juniper project in offshore Trinidad by drawing the first gas from the development.
Oil & Gas > Drilling & Production > News
4 AM Midstream buys US midstream assets from White Star Petroleum
By EBR Staff Writer
4 AM Midstream has acquired midstream oil and gas gathering assets from White Star Petroleum for an undisclosed sum.
Oil & Gas > Transportation & Storage > News

Power Generation

Swala Oil and Gas plans investment in Orca’s Mauritian subsidiary
By EBR Staff Writer
Swala Oil and Gas, a Tanzanian oil and gas exploration company said that it is looking to invest up to $130m in the Mauritius-registered PanAfrican Energy (PAEM) for a minority stake.
Power Generation > Fossil Fuel > News
Duke Energy seeks to add 500MW of new wind capacity in Carolinas
By EBR Staff Writer
Duke Energy Carolinas (DEC) said that it is seeking to add up to 500MW of wind capacity to its transmission system in the Carolinas
Power Generation > Wind > News

Power Distribution

US DOE’s environmental impact study clears Northern Pass project
By EBR Staff Writer
The inter-country $1.6bn Northern Pass transmission project (NPT) has received a favorable Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) from the US Department of Energy (DOE).
Power Distribution > Utilities Network > News
ABB software solution to improve outage response at major US utility
ABB has successfully delivered its latest distribution and outage management systems to ComEd, a unit of Chicago-based Exelon Corporation, the United States’ leading energy provider.
Power Distribution > Utilities Network > News

Mining & Commodities

Uranium Energy acquires Reno Creek project in US
By EBR Staff Writer
Uranium Energy (UEC) has completed the acquisition Reno Creek in-situ recovery project (IRP) in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming, US.
Mining & Commodities > Nuclear Fuels > News
First Quantum looks to close Australian nickel mine
By EBR Staff Writer
Canada-based First Quantum Minerals plans to suspend operations at Ravensthorpe, an Australian nickel mine, owing to persistently low nickel price.
Mining & Commodities > Minerals & Materials > News