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Gazprom gives sanctions pledge to European clients

Kremlin order ‘clarifies the procedure’ in the initial decree on ruble payments, company says

Shell reports record $9bn profit despite Russia setback

High oil and gas prices help the energy major’s trading division to boost earnings

Operations at Renergen’s gas plant expected ‘imminently’

Renergen’s subsidiary Tetra4 wholly owns a gas plant in the Free State, SA’s only onshore petroleum development right, which contains among the world’s highest ...

HCI shares shoot up 44% on oilfield news

The scope of the field was reported by Norwegian publication Upstream, which suggested it may be the biggest discovery of its kind

HCI shares leap on news of Namibian offshore oilfield

The company’s subsidiary owns a stake in the Venus field, which could be the world’s largest deep-sea oilfield

Renergen expects higher energy prices will help narrow headline loss

Renergen first acquired its petroleum production rights on a farm in the Free State in 2013 for $1 and is now valued at about R5bn on the JSE

TotalEnergies, Shell renew bid for oil exploration wells off SA coast

SLR Consulting has been contracted to conduct an environmental assessment and is developing a stakeholder database for the project

Baker Hughes shares tumble as supply chain challenges, Russia dim outlook

Shortages of materials and labour hurt oilfield services amid ‘very volatile market environment’

Gazprom companies will not return to the Russian fold

The German energy regulator seized control of Gazprom Germania to ensure security of supply

Sasol ditches plan to use proposed gas pipeline

SA’s second-biggest emitter of greenhouse gases has targeted a 30% cut in emissions by 2030

Shell’s offshore project flags lags in getting offshore crude to market

US CEOs explain to legislators why they haven’t raised production fast enough to tame rocketing energy prices

Shell idles Russian ships to avoid sanctions

Energy giant takes pre-emptive move even though vessels are chartered

Renergen’s shares leap as Central Energy Fund eyes R1bn stake

The state-owned company aims to acquire an about 10% stake in the Virginia Gas Project

Q&A: Greg Nichollas of Lesedi Nuclear Services on viable solutions to SA’s energy problems

Gas has a future for as long as renewable sources cannot provide constant baseload power

Montauk gets revenue lift from rising gas prices, but takes profit hit from US listing

Group revenue rose 48% to $148.1m in the biogas group's year to end-December, but it posted a loss, amid expenses related to its 2021 Nasdaq

Shell joins rush to secure Ecuadorean oil as Russia energy sanctions bite

Petroecuador holds talks in US with several companies scouring the market for alterative oil suppliers

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