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Sasol to abandon $15bn gas-to-liquids project in US South African firm Sasol has announced its plan to abandon its gas-to-liquids (GTL) greenfields projects including a $13bn-$15bn GTL facility in Louisiana, US, as part of its refined corporate strategy. Oil & Gas > Refining & Petrochemicals > News
Suncor sells $395m worth stake in East Tank Farm By EBR Staff Writer
Canada-based Suncor Energy has divested a stake of 49% in its East Tank Farm Development, an oilsands storage terminal in Alberta province to Fort McKay First Nation (FMFN) and Mikisew Cree First Nation (MCFN) for a sum of C$503m ($395.3m).
Oil & Gas > Transportation & Storage > News Castle Minerals begins exploration campaigns at Coolyia Creek and Beasley Creek projects Castle Minerals has mobilized a field team to undertake an intensive 10-day exploration campaign of mapping, sampling and metal detecting along the prospective geologically unconformable contacts between the Lower Fortescue stratigraphy and the underlying older Archean rocks at its Coolyia Creek and Beasley Creek projects in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
Mining & Commodities > Minerals & Materials > News Enel bags rights to develop 593MW wind projects in Mexico By EBR Staff Writer
Italian energy giant Enel has bagged the rights to develop four wind projects with a combined capacity of 593MW in Mexico.
Power Generation > Wind > News
Global Petroleum extends exploration period for Namibia Project Global Petroleum wholly owned subsidiary Jupiter Petroleum (Namibia) has agreed with the Namibian Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME) an extension to the first renewal exploration period (Phase 2) of 12 months to 3 December 2018 for Petroleum Exploration License 29 which covers Blocks 1910B and 2010A, in the Walvis Basin offshore Namibia.
Oil & Gas > Exploration & Development > News Ofgem rejects £800m Shetland subsea power transmission link project By EBR Staff Writer
The National Grid Shetland Link and Aggreko’s proposal to build a £800m 60MW subsea power transmission link from Shetland to mainland Great Britain has been rejected by energy watchdog Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem).
Power Distribution > Utilities Network > News PentaNova to raise stake in Llancanelo heavy oil field in Argentina By EBR Staff Writer
Canada-based PentaNova Energy has agreed to buy an additional stake of 11% in the Llancanelo heavy oil field in Argentina from the country’s national oil company YPF.
Oil & Gas > Drilling & Production > News

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Suncor sells $395m worth stake in East Tank Farm
By EBR Staff Writer
Canada-based Suncor Energy has divested a stake of 49% in its East Tank Farm Development, an oilsands storage terminal in Alberta province to Fort McKay First Nation (FMFN) and Mikisew Cree First Nation (MCFN) for a sum of C$503m ($395.3m).
Oil & Gas > Transportation & Storage > News
Global Petroleum extends exploration period for Namibia Project
Global Petroleum wholly owned subsidiary Jupiter Petroleum (Namibia) has agreed with the Namibian Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME) an extension to the first renewal exploration period (Phase 2) of 12 months to 3 December 2018 for Petroleum Exploration License 29 which covers Blocks 1910B and 2010A, in the Walvis Basin offshore Namibia.
Oil & Gas > Exploration & Development > News

Power Generation

Enel bags rights to develop 593MW wind projects in Mexico
By EBR Staff Writer
Italian energy giant Enel has bagged the rights to develop four wind projects with a combined capacity of 593MW in Mexico.
Power Generation > Wind > News
Elia commissions Stevin transmission line in Belgium
By EBR Staff Writer
Belgian transmission operator Elia has commissioned the 380kV Stevin transmission project, which connects new offshore wind farms off Belgium to the mainland grid.
Power Distribution > Utilities Network > News

Power Distribution

Ofgem rejects £800m Shetland subsea power transmission link project
By EBR Staff Writer
The National Grid Shetland Link and Aggreko’s proposal to build a £800m 60MW subsea power transmission link from Shetland to mainland Great Britain has been rejected by energy watchdog Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem).
Power Distribution > Utilities Network > News
Elia commissions Stevin transmission line in Belgium
By EBR Staff Writer
Belgian transmission operator Elia has commissioned the 380kV Stevin transmission project, which connects new offshore wind farms off Belgium to the mainland grid.
Power Distribution > Utilities Network > News

Mining & Commodities

Castle Minerals begins exploration campaigns at Coolyia Creek and Beasley Creek projects
Castle Minerals has mobilized a field team to undertake an intensive 10-day exploration campaign of mapping, sampling and metal detecting along the prospective geologically unconformable contacts between the Lower Fortescue stratigraphy and the underlying older Archean rocks at its Coolyia Creek and Beasley Creek projects in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
Mining & Commodities > Minerals & Materials > News
PolarX completes drilling at Zackly copper-gold deposit in Alaska
Millrock Resources' partner PolarX has completed drilling program at the Alaska Range Project in Alaska.
Mining & Commodities > Minerals & Materials > News