Active in Exploration and Production in the United States since 1957, Total E&P USA, Inc., a subsidiary of Total USA, currently has a diverse portfolio of non-operated assets, ranging from deep offshore oil production and exploration in the Gulf of Mexico to onshore unconventional shale gas development.
Sunpower is currently building SolarStar, the world’s largest photovoltaic solar power plant in Rosamund, California
Our affiliate TEP Barnett USA, LLC focuses on onshore unconventional oil and gas activities in the Barnett Shale located in Fort Worth, Texas.
Total first entered the Barnett in 2009 and now owns 750 pad sites in the Fort Worth, Texas area.
Our affiliate TEP Barnett USA, LLC focuses on onshore unconventional oil and gas activities in the Barnett shale play, located in the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas. Total first entered the Barnett in 2009, with a 25% non-operated working interest in this asset. At the end of 2016, Total acquired Chesapeake’s 75% interest, becoming the 100% owner. For Barnett owner relations questions please refer to TEP Barnett USA.
Our upstream research center, also based in Houston, applies innovative, state-of-the-art technologies and superior skills to develop enabling and break-through technology, technical tools and quantitative techniques.
Total Gas & Power North America, Inc. owns 1.0 Bcf/day (10.0 Bcm/year)1of regasification capacity at the Sabine Pass LNG terminal in Louisiana, TGPNA will also purchase up to 3.2 million tons of LNG in the gulf coast for export in worldwide markets. The company also markets and optimizes significant quantities of natural gas and natural gas liquids from equity and third party production from the Utica and Barnett Shale plays.
As a majority shareholder in SunPower, we are active across the entire photovoltaic value chain, from manufacturing cells to designing large-scale turnkey solar power plants to installing residential or commercial solar panel. SunPower currently manufactures the most efficient photovoltaic panels on the market and is currently building Solar Star, the world’s largest photovoltaic solar power plant, in Rosamond, California.
As an energy producer and provider, we are striving to diversify our supply to help meet growing energy demand in the long term. Active in photovoltaic solar energy since 1983 and biofuels since 1992, we are investing in renewable energies that emit less greenhouse gases.
1 Bcf/day = billion cubic feet per day. This unit of measurement refers to the amount of natural gas that is either untapped in reserves or being pumped and delivered over an extended period of time.