On December 24, 2019 in Cairo, Zarubezhneft JSC, the Ministry of Oil and Mineral Resources of Egypt, the Egyptian state holding oil company GANOPE and Pacific Oil Limited, have signed a Production Sharing Agreement for the South East Ras El Ush and East Gebel El Zeit blocks.
The Russian serial adventurer Fedor Konyukhov is preparing for one of his greatest challenges yet, for the first time in history crossing alone both Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean exploring solar catamaran named NOVA. Route at the first phase will exceed 3 000 nautical miles that is equal to 25-day trip.
The Government's decision to initiate the construction permit procedure for the Gulf of Riga offshore wind farm allows Eesti Energia to continue its research and search for partners for the construction of an offshore wind farm in the Gulf of Riga
Hydrocarbon production at Gazprom Neft is expected to reach 96 million tonnes of oil equivalent (mtoe) in 2019, a 3.3-percent increase on 2018. Annual refining volumes are provisionally expected to reach 41.5 million tonnes. Sales of premium oil products are expected to be in the order of 26.4 million tonnes.
The Clean Capital Energy Group kicked off construction of the “La Huella” ground-mounted project in Chile at the end of November in a ground-breaking ceremony.
Enel X, the Enel Group’s advanced energy services business line, will be the official smart charging supplier of the new ETCR championship, which will be the world’s first ever multi-brand electric touring car championship, launched by sport consulting company WSC.
TVEL JSC and Kozloduy NPP have signed contractual documents for supplies of Russian nuclear fuel to the Bulgarian nuclear power plant for the period up to and including 2025.
TVEL JSC has shipped to India the final consignment of uranium fuel pellets for BWR reactors and thereby fulfilled the relevant contract with the Department of Atomic Energy of the Government of India. The total volume of the supplied fuel pellets exceeded 50 tons, all shipments have carried out in 2019.
Magdalena II is Tlaxcala’s first renewable project, and EGP’s first project in Mexico to sell its entire electricity output, expected to total around 640 GWh per year, to private offtakers on the country’s Wholesale Electricity Market.
Enel in Colombia, through its advanced energy services business line Enel X, will be responsible for the design, construction and supply of three terminals where the 379 SITP electric buses will be charged in Bogotá.