Oil & Gas Journal Archive
- API: US petroleum demand in March at highest level since 2008
- Warren, Markey ask FERC to halt pipeline’s construction for rehearing
- PwC reports record-high US oil, gas M&A deal value for first quarter
- WoodMac: Operators face US Lower 48 onshore cost inflation
- MARKET WATCH: NYMEX, Brent oil prices drop about $2/bbl on gasoline build
- Chevron inks deal to shed Canadian downstream assets
- EPA reconsiders methane emissions rule, stays compliance date
- Report recommends a fresh look at global energy governance groups
- TAEP: Texas upstream economy enters new expansion cycle
- McKinsey identifies oil supply, demand scenarios to 2030
- MARKET WATCH: Crude prices declining on US supply, inventory data
- Brooks appointed CEO, president of Energy XXI Gulf Coast
- BP well on Alaska North Slope killed
- Repsol acquires Vietnamese block interest from Pan Pacific
- MARKET WATCH: Oil prices fall as EIA projects higher US crude output
An oil and gas production well operated by BP Exploration Alaska Inc. in Prudhoe Bay has stopped leaking oil but continues leaking natural gas, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation said in an Apr. 16 statement.
The light, sweet crude oil prices wavered between gains and losses on the New York market Apr. 13, settling slightly higher at nearly $53.20/bbl before the Holy Week holiday. US markets were closed Apr. 14. Brent crude for June delivery settled at nearly $55.90/bbl on the London market Apr. 13.
The American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers petitioned the US Appeals Court for the District of Columbia to review the US Surface Transportation Board’s (STB) dismissal of the trade association’s complaint against BNSF Railway Co.’s surcharge on DOT-111 tanks cars carrying crude oil. AFPM considers the surcharge unlawful.