Home oil & gas SENEGAL 02/05/2017 How BP shunted ExxonMobil off Tortue BP had to elbow aside its US rival Exxon to purchase Timis Corp’s stake on the giant Tortue gas field, which straddles Senegal and Mauritania. [...] (321 words) This article may be accessed by subscribers and e-wallet holders (EUR 6) Log in to read more Already have an account? Log in Keep me logged in Forgot your password? OK Subscribe toAfrica IntelligenceorPay-Per-Article E-wallet starting from 30 EUR Subscribe or Pay-Per-Article Discover our offers Not reader yet?Create an account to access our FREE SECTION A free issue A selection of articles New editions' summaries Keyword notifications to follow people or topics of interest to you A free issue and a selection of free articles Summaries and email notifications Keep me logged in Create a free account Free Articles MOROCCO Business 22/05/2020 Private firm Sentinel lands security contract with EU delegation DJIBOUTI UNITED STATES HORN OF AFRICA Diplomacy 19/05/2020 US Air Force beefs drone capacity against al-Shabaab CAMEROON Politics 05/05/2020 Biya's hardliners go after Maurice Kamto's finances Access the free section On the same subject SENEGAL 26/06/2019 Sall affair: how the government weathered the storm Before accepting the resignation of his brother Aliou on 24 June, President Macky Sall held discreet talks with BP to ascertain the veracity of the BBC report of 2 June. He is also intending to overhaul his crisis communications unit. [...] SENEGAL 12/06/2019 Sall affair: why the investigation into gas field licences will get nowhere On 10 June, the Dakar attorney general was given the thankless task of investigating the financial arrangements surrounding the Tortue gas field, the subject of a recent BBC exposé. [...] MAURITANIA SENEGAL 20/12/2018 Tortue: waiting game over for final investment decision According to our sources, tomorrow should be the day the final investment decision for the giant cross-border deposit Tortue will [...] SENEGAL MAURITANIA 21/11/2017 Deal or no deal on Tortue gas? The negotiations between Senegal and Mauritania to unitise the development of the giant Tortue gas field that straddles the border [...] Spotlight AFRICA 27/06/2017 American major ExxonMobil wants a finger in every pie Flying in the face of low crude prices, over the past few months ExxonMobil has been on a spending spree across Africa picking up a string of new acquisitions. New boss Darren Woods' arrival in January doesn't seem to have [. [...] SENEGAL 13/06/2017 AfDB helps government with gas deals In late May, the African Development Bank (AfDB) validated the [...] SENEGAL 16/05/2017 Is Rufisque on the road to arbitration? Total’s entry on giant Rufisque Offshore profond has come at a cost to African Petroleum. [...] SENEGAL 16/05/2017 How Total got the energy minister fired over Rufisque Total has managed to shake off no less than six rivals in its bid to become the operator of the [...] SENEGAL 02/05/2017 How President Macky Sall championed Total Total's entry into Rufisque Offshore profond comes after intense political lobbying by the French major. [...] Breaking news SENEGAL 25/04/2017 BP buys out Timis on the massive Tortue gas reserve According to our sources, BP, which in February bought half of American firm Kosmos' stake in the giant Tortue gas [...] SENEGAL 14/02/2017 How Timis is trying to play off ExxonMobil against Kosmos The last African issue that ExxonMobil’s CEO, Rex Tillerson, dealt with before his nomination to the post of Secretary of State in the Trump administration on Dec. 12 happened to concern Senegal. [...] Spotlight GHANA 31/08/2010 Fight Narrows Down for Giant Jubilee Field After a year of squabbling with Ghana's government, ExxonMobil has finally dropped the idea of laying out USD 4 billion for Kosmos Energy's assets in Ghana, and particularly for its shares in the huge Jubilee field that is due to [. [...] Receive prompts for these topics SENEGAL BP Emma Delaney ExxonMobil Frank Timis Kosmos Energy Timis Corp Create a freenotification What is a notification?