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Oil & Gas Journal Archive
- Argentina planning gas pipelines, seeking upstream investors
- MARKET WATCH: NYMEX crude oil price reaches 4-month high
- CERAWeek: Technology expected to counter productivity declines of low permeability formations
- MARKET WATCH: Oil benchmarks rise slightly pending US inventory
- EIA: US crude inventories down 3.9 million bbl
- EPA proposes year-round sales of E15 gasoline, RIN program changes
- EIA: Oil prices up on lower OPEC, US production
- United Oil & Gas acquires option for Benin farmin
- IOC lets contracts for clean-fuels projects at Indian refineries
- US House Natural Resources Democrats seek BLM enforcement information
- MARKET WATCH: Crude oil benchmarks gain on Saudi comments
- NOAA proposes CZMA changes to improve offshore leasing process
- Compromise advances Nord Stream 2, but controversy remains
- Watching Government: Mexico’s new kid in town
- IEA chief: Rising demand, climate change are main policy challenges
Gary E. Gould will join EQT Corp., Pittsburgh, as executive vice-president and chief operating officer in April.
Light, sweet crude oil prices gained on the New York market Mar. 7 as did Brent crude oil prices in London despite indicators of weakening world economic growth. The European Central Bank cut its 2019 growth forecast to 1.1% from 1.7%. Previously, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development downgraded its growth forecasts for the G20.
Western Australia’s Environmental Protection Authority (WAEPA) has revised its guidance on mitigating greenhouse gas emissions from large new or expanding projects in the state, drawing the ire of the petroleum industry.
The US drilling rig count is down 11 units to 1,027 rigs working for the week ended Mar. 8, according to Baker Hughes data. The count is up 43 units from the 984 rigs working this time a year ago. With an 11-unit loss week-over-week, 1,004 rigs are drilling on land. The number of rigs drilling offshore remained unchanged at 22 units as did those drilling in inland waters where a single unit was drilling for the week.
Resumption of oil and gas geological and geophysical (G&G) data gathering on the US Mid-Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf after more than 30 years would help advance scientific knowledge as well as identify and determine the value of potential resources there, US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management Acting Director Walter D. Cruikshank told one US House Natural Resources (HNR) subcommittee on Mar. 6.