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And it is preparing for further exploration in the southeastern state of Veracruz, at a cost of 245 million dollars over the space of 18 months, in conjunction with the Mexican Petroleum Institute (IMP), a state institution. To obtain shale gas, high
says its Tamar natural gas field off the coast of Israel is finally pumping gas, producing about 300 million cubic feet a day. Noble says its gross resource estimate of Tamar is now 10 trillion cubic feet, up from its previous estimate of 9 tcf.
There may be as much as 3 trillion cubic feet of natural gas in the shallow waters off the coast of Malaysia, energy company Newfield Exploration said. Newfield, which has headquarters in Texas, announced it encountered more than 1,500 feet of net
Qatar has discovered a small offshore field containing about 2.5 trillion cubic feet ( tcf ) of natural gas, the country's first gas find since 1971, its energy minister said on Sunday. The discovery was made at the 4-North offshore block near Qatar'
A discovery off the coast of Mozambique confirms the area may hold as much as 75 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, Italian energy company Eni said. Eni announced it confirmed the presence of natural gas in the Coral 3 well in the offshore Mamba
Enegi has confirmed the lodging of the application with the Department of Communication, Energy and Natural Resources after a study it commissioned confirmed a natural gas field in west Clare with a potential resource to 3.86 trillion cubic feet of
Leases have been signed on tens of thousands of acres in southern Illinois. Studies have hinted at the potential economic payoff of drilling for oil and gas deposits deep underground. But so far, oil and gas companies have held off on high-volume
Woodside Petroleum, Australia's largest oil and gas firm, has bought a 30% stake in Israel's Leviathan natural gas field, beating Russian gas major Gazprom's bid for a stake in the project...The secrecy is an obvious anachronism, as foreign companies
Ukraine reached a tentative agreement with Turkmenistan on Wednesday to resume imports of natural gas from the energy-rich Central Asian nation. The deal marks a breakthrough for Ukraine, which is seeking alternatives to Russia n imports to meet its
Russian energy company Gazprom said it would start producing as much as 2.1 trillion cubic feet of gas from its northern Shtokman project by 2030. Last year, partners to Shtokman -- Gazprom, Total and Statoil -- postponed investment decisions on the