Petroleum Economist Senegal's offshore oil plans inch ahead Cairn seeks to manage expectations, as reserve estimates grow Uganda's ambitious oil-export timetable The government's keen, the companies are willing—is Uganda's oil boom finally on the way? Argentina looks to recapture Vaca Muerta shale momentum Investment in Vaca Muerta has slumped. A deal between Shell and YPF shows government efforts may be turning things around Rovuma exports inch closer Eni's project in Mozambique should soon get the official go-ahead. Tanzania's progress is much slower Start-stop for Russian LNG Some Russian LNG projects are advancing, but bigger expansion plans look ever distant Surf's up for LNG in Europe Everyone expected a wave of supply to be hitting Europe’s market by now. It hasn’t arrived yet, but it will Latest licensing rounds The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licenses Sustainable energy: Learning from the success stories Sharing good examples is the key to change SEforALL’s Rachel Kyte tells World Energy Focus Nigeria: Back to the future? The government faces some tough decisions as it decides how to handle the corruption allegations surrounding the acquisition by Shell and Eni of offshore block OPL 245 Time to build Russian-US bridges Former Russian energy minister Igor Yusufov says the new US administration will be a boon for hydrocarbons cooperation Rosneft: scaling the heights of power High-wire deal-making has become the hallmark of Russia's national oil champion. But are expansion plans risking too much? Finding the sweet spot: Canadian conventional oil The oil sands get most of the attention and investment, but there is life in the country's oil sector beyond bitumen Energy leaders embrace new frontiers Energy leaders are adapting to a rapid change of pace and identifying new priorities Why geopolitics still matter to oil Trump might not bring more war to the Middle East, but as fundamentals tighten the market is ready to trade such risks Technology and the oil industry Automation, machine learning, artificial intelligence and other new technologies could transform the oil industry Spikes and troughs Only real supply-side intervention has stopped oil-price volatility. But those days are gone, argues Bob McNally's new book Kiev looks east Ukraine may have swapped dependence on Russian natural gas for reliance on European supply but diversifying import routes is proving challenging More boom, more bust for oil The industry's history suggests that Opec’s latest efforts to stabilise the oil price will not be successful Libya's unending oil war As the latest battle in the Sirte basin shows, Libya's output recovery remains hostage to the country's politics Libya's east ups the ante Haftar's recapture of the oil crescent and the GNA's disintegration have prompted renewed efforts by Tobruk to sell its own oil