The round, which closed last week, attracted a total of 115 bids across 258 blocks and part-blocks, from a total of 76 companies.
The companies have announced their partnership to bring high horsepower, lower emissions technology to hydraulic fracturing.
The project, supported by industry funding, is expected to complete by the end of 2023, with fast-track products available by June.
Production from the Njord field in the Norwegian Sea has resumed, following an upgrading project in which both the platform and the floating storage and offloading vessel (FSO) were brought ashore.
APPEA has said that the government’s heavy-handed reforms introduced without proper consultation had, in less than a week, dealt a blow to new east coast domestic gas supply and future energy security.
Australia’s oil and gas industry has detailed in a new report some of the innovative ways companies are reducing methane emissions.
Validere will validate and organise operational and emissions data into a consolidated platform that PureWest can utilise across multiple emission reduction initiatives.
Rough is operating at around 20% of its previous capacity this winter, immediately making it the UK’s largest gas storage site once again and adding 50% to the UK’s gas storage volume.
Each custom-designed pump is powered by an electric drive motor to create an environmentally sustainable frac unit.