The American Petroleum Institute (API) has announced the promotion of Holly Hopkins to Vice President of Upstream Policy.
The company has secured new projects in Africa, Norway, Thailand and Singapore, while strengthening ties to an existing client in Malaysia.
Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) has warned that more action is needed from both government and industry to support supply chain companies in playing a critical role in sustaining oil and gas activity while helping to build the UK’s low-carbon future energy systems.
The well is being drilled by KCA Deutag, with final depth of around 4700 m expected to be reached in June this year.
Each participant in the SoG Training Courses will gain expertise in functionality tests, best practices, configuration, troubleshooting, certificate of attendance and compliance.
Assets to be acquired include production from over 1230 horizontal wells, 157 line of site wells, and 44 permitted wells all in the core of the Haynesville Shale.
The company has successfully completed the assessments of the requirements for API 16AR repair and remanufacturing of drill-through equipment at its manufacturing facility in Hempstead, Texas.
According to the company, upstream oil and gas companies made big strides in 2022, restoring confidence and repairing balance sheets.
In 2023 the company plans to participate in 25 exploration wells, most of them around existing infrastructure.