Total parts ways with American Petroleum Institute over differences in climate positions

French energy giant Total has decided to withdraw from the American Petroleum Institute (API) following a detailed analysis of API’s climate positions. Each year, Total assesses the main industry associations of which it is a member to ensure they are … Read More

Energean takes over Total stake in block off Greece

Oil and gas company Energean has completed its acquisition of Total’s entire 50 per cent working interest share and operatorship position in Block 2, offshore Western Greece. Block 2 offshore Western Greece; Source: Energean Energean signed an agreement for the … Read More

Disclosing Northern Lights well data to push CCS innovation

Partners in the Northern Lights project have decided to disclose datasets from the 31/5-7 Eos confirmation well drilled and completed in the North Sea earlier this year. Equinor, Shell, and Total – the three stakeholders in the Northern Lights project … Read More

2050 starts in 2020, and it starts with offshore wind and green hydrogen

Humankind achieved its first interstellar flight in 2063 with a spacecraft powered by a warp drive, based on a matter-antimatter system using „dilithium crystals“ and fuelled by deuterium, a hydrogen isotope, and antideuterium, an antimatter equivalent of deuterium. This is … Read More

Siem Offshore gets two-year deal for two vessels in Brazil

Offshore vessel provider Siem Offshore has been awarded contracts for two of its vessels by Total for operations in Brazil. Siem Offshore said on Friday that the Siem Atlas and Siem Giant vessels have each been awarded a two-year contract … Read More

Total, Macquarie Partner to Develop Floating Offshore Wind Portfolio

Total and Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG) have concluded a 50/50 partnership to develop a portfolio of 5 large floating offshore wind projects in South Korea with a potential cumulated capacity of more than 2 GW. Located off the eastern … Read More