(Energy Analytics Institute, 4.Nov.2021) — Energy briefs including plans by Ecopetrol S.A. to host its 3Q:21 conf. call; Venture Global LNG and China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (Sinopec) inking two 20yr sales and purchase agreements to supply 4 mt/a of LNG from Venture Global’s Plaquemines LNG export facility; and more



Ecopetrol (BVC: ECOPETROL;NYSE: EC) will release its financial and operating results for the 3Q:21 on 9 Nov. 2021, after mkt close. On 10 Nov. 2021, Ecopetrol’s senior mgmt will host two conf. calls to review the results, one in Spanish and the other in English. To access the webcast, the following links will be available in Spanish and English

Ecopetrol 3Q:21 Conf. Call Details


— At the Kawa-1 well spud in the Corentyne blk offshore Guyana drilled by Frontera and CGX, close to 78% of the planned footage has been drilled and three main geological targets remain to be drilled as of 1 Nov. 2021, Frontera said 3 Nov. 2021 in an official stmt.

— The potential wealth from Guyana’s oil development is irresistible — even as Guyana faces worsening floods, NPR’s Camila Domonoske reported 4 Nov. 2021.


Heard on the Street: Peru LNG is said to be gearing up to boost its export of LNG cargoes after starting 2021 on a very slow note compared to prior yrs.

Trinidad and Tobago

— Officials from Shell and the Office of the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago held discussions on 4 Nov. 2021 about a range of issues from Atlantic LNG to the Manatee gas field, which has significant gas production potential. A PSC related to the Manatee field is expected to be signed later this mth.



Venture Global LNG and China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (Sinopec) signed two 20yr Sales and Purchase Agreements (SPA) for the supply of a total of 4 mt/a of LNG from Venture Global’s Plaquemines LNG export facility, in Plaquemines Parish Louisiana.

RELATED STORY: Sinopec Signs Long-term Contract with Venture Global LNG 

Dominion Energy (NYSE: D) announced changes affecting the leadership at two of its operating segments: Gas Distribution and Dominion Energy South Carolina. Effective 1 Jan. 2022, Donald R. “Don” Raikes will retire as president-Gas Distribution. P. Rodney Blevins, president-Dominion Energy South Carolina, will rotate to a new role, replacing Raikes. Succeeding Blevins will be W. Keller Kissam, president-Electric Operations at Dominion Energy South Carolina, who is being promoted. At Gas Distribution, Blevins will be responsible for operating the co.’s natural gas utilities in Ohio, Utah, North Carolina, West Virginia, Wyoming and Idaho, the co. revealed 4 Nov. 2021 in an official stmt.


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