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Europe · London

Government will not rule out windfall tax despite opposition from ministers

34% Center coverage: 3 sources
The Government has not ruled out imposing a windfall tax on energy companies despite strong opposition from several ministers.The post Government will not rule out windfall tax despite opposition from ministers appeared first on Energy Voice.See the Story
Rishi Sunak

British power firms' shares slide after windfall tax report

75% Center coverage: 4 sources
Britain's finance minister Rishi Sunak has ordered officials to draw up plans for a possible windfall tax. Sunak and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson urgently want to set out measures to address rising energy bills. An announcement could come this week or after the Jubilee bank holiday.See the Story
Asia · Japan

Russian parliament leader calls on Shell and Japanese firms to give up Sakhalin LNG stakes - News for the Energy Sector

Coverage: 2 sources
Vyacheslav Volodin, chairman of the State Duma, singled out the UK, Netherlands, and Japan for receiving huge profits. Shell has announced plans to exit the Sakhalin-2 producing project in Far East Russia in response to Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine. But the LNG export facility is critical to Japan's energy security.See the Story
Oil and Gas Sector · Baton Rouge

Venture Global locks up $13.2 billion financing deal for Plaquemines LNG facility

100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Venture Global LNG has closed on $13.2 billion in financing for its one of its two liquefied natural gas export terminals. The funds should cover the initial phase of construction for Plaquemines LNG. The facility is expected to export up to 13.33 million metric ton of LNG per year.See the Story
Oil and Gas Sector

‘No plans to intentionally rebrand or rename’ Piper Alpha gardens

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Nearly 5,000 people have signed an online petition seeking to block the proposals. Aberdeen City Council told Energy Voice that the site has been called the North Sea Memorial Rose Garden for a number of years. The original brochure describing the memorial statue and its creation, by Sue Jane Taylor in 1991, referred to them as North Sea Rose Gardens.See the Story
Taxes

Windfall tax fundamentally wrong but industry must ‘suck it up’

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
A windfall tax on energy profits will send the wrong signal to investors but looks increasingly inevitable, according to a senior partner at KPMG in Aberdeen.The post Windfall tax fundamentally wrong but industry must ‘suck it up’ appeared first on Energy Voice.See the Story
Oil and Gas Sector

Equinor confirms exit from Russian joint ventures

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Equinor says it has now fully exited all joint ventures in Russia. Decision has resulted in the Oslo-listed company taking a $1.08 billion impairment. Company has been in Russia for more than 30 years and entered into a cooperation agreement with state-owned Rosneft in 2012.See the Story
Oil and Gas Sector

Petrodel aims to reach Tanzanian gas production in 2025

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Petrodel will invest $80 million to meet its well commitments on the Tanga block. It will also invest another $20mn to complete seismic acquisition programmes on the Kimbiji and Latham areas.Infrastructure will take two years to build, the company has predicted. As such, it aims to begin gas production in 2025.See the Story
Oil and Gas Sector

Equinor and partners to invest £750m in six discoveries at Halten East

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Equinor and its partners have decided to invest NOK 9 billion in the Halten East development area in Norway. The area covers six gas and condensate discoveries, neighbouring the Asgard field in the Norwegian Sea. The first phase will see six wells drilled in 2024-2025, with the second phase beginning in 2029.See the Story

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