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Danish energy regulator approves Total’s purchase of Maersk Oil

The sale of Maersk’s oil operations to French energy giant Total has been given the green light by the Danish Energy Agency, paving the way for the $7.45bn deal to close this quarter

China becomes world’s second largest importer of LNG

New data has revealed China dramatically increased its import of liquid natural gas in 2017, while also ramping up the export of gasoline and diesel

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Total acquires Maersk Oil in $7.45bn deal

The French oil group will pay $4.95bn in shares and assume part of the Danish company’s debt

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The oil and gas industry must take cybersecurity seriously

The very nature of the oil, gas and petrochemical industry means it is exceptionally vulnerable to attack, making robust cybersecurity a matter of life and death

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Sulzer Pumpen explains how retrofitting trumps the repair/replace dichotomy

By retrofitting existing pumps that no longer meet requirements, Sulzer offers clients a clear path to efficiency, both in terms of production and investment

Chrysaor Shell out on North Sea assets

Anglo-Dutch energy giant Shell has agreed to sell its North Sea oil assets as it continues to reduce its $80bn debt pile

Argentina joins oil and gas companies to invest in multi-billion-dollar shale bounty

Argentina has agreed a $15bn investment deal with companies to boost production in Vaca Muerta, in return for lower labour costs and greater subsidies

China invests $3bn in Malaysian port

Chinese investors have backed the development of Malaysia’s Kuala Linggi International Port, hoping to capitalise on increasing congestion in Singapore

IEA predicts oil demand will not peak by 2040

The International Energy Agency (IEA) forecast that global oil demand will continue to rise beyond initial industry predictions

Could oil put the ‘resource curse’ on Kenya?

Kenya’s move to start drilling and exporting oil will provide a much-needed revenue source, while avoiding the dreaded resource curse

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US oil exports could dramatically change the crude game

Since the start of the shale boom, the US has transitioned from major energy importer to exporter, with worldwide repercussions

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ExxonMobil consortium fined $74bn by High Court of Chad

An ExxonMobil-led oil consortium has been hit with a record-breaking fine in a dispute over unpaid royalties to the central African nation of Chad

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