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Oil & Gas Journal Archive
- API: US petroleum demand highest for July since 2007
- IECA requests moratorium on US LNG exports to non-FTA countries
- Greece launches new tender
- China, Philippines eye joint exploration
- BOEM publishes draft EIS for Hilcorp’s project in Beaufort Sea
- Rob Bishop, 119 other House members ask Zinke to expand OCS leasing
- HPCL, Rajasthan state form JV for proposed Barmer refining complex
- Merger to combine companies in STACK play
- US gas futures rise after EIA reports gas storage build
- MARKET WATCH: NYMEX crude settles below $47/bbl on rising US production
- Deloitte sees pause in US gas-use growth
- Shell, Chevron headline subdued first regionwide US gulf lease sale
- Shell sheds 50% stake in SADAF chemicals JV
- Trump signs executive order to streamline environmental reviews
- EIA: US crude inventory drops nearly 9 million bbl
Crude oil prices on the New York market fell nearly $1 for both September and October delivery on Aug. 10 as little news came out of a joint technical meeting between the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and non-OPEC countries in Abu Dhabi.
Global oil stocks fell by 500,000 b/d and preliminary data for July, particularly in the US where stocks fell by 790,000 b/d, is supportive of rebalancing supplies with demand, according to the most recent Oil Market Report from the International Energy Agency.
The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission regained its quorum after 6 months as its two newest members, Neil Chatterjee and Robert F. Powelson, were sworn in on Aug. 8 and 10, respectively.
Singapore-based Zeta Energy Pte. Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of investment group Zeta Resources Ltd., has launched a partial offer for Wellington-based New Zealand Oil & Gas Ltd. (NZOG). If successful, Zeta would gain a 50.1% controlling interest in NZOG.