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Oil & Gas Journal Archive
- Sheffield returns to role as PNR chief executive
- Gran Tierra acquires assets in Putumayo, Llanos basins
- Queensland’s CSG-LNG plants unlikely to reach full capacity
- California’s new underground injection rules go into effect Apr. 1
- EIA: US crude inventories up 3.7 million bbl
- Federal court upholds FERC’s approval of Mountain Valley gas line
- MARKET WATCH: Crude oil prices rise on lower-than-expected API inventory
- Netherlands becomes a net gas importer
- API revises well drilling, servicing safety recommended practice
- Devon to shed assets, focus on US oil
- APLNG to buy Ironbark coal seam gas prospect from Origin
- Targa divests interest in Badlands assets for $1.6 billion
- MARKET WATCH: NYMEX crude oil briefly touches 2019 high
- CSB: Thermal fatigue likely cause of Pascagoula gas plant incident
- Anadarko, Pertamina sign LNG agreement for Mozambique plant
US District Judge Brian Morris issued a new ruling allowing TransCanada Corp. to build and use pipe storage and container yards for the proposed Keystone XL crude oil pipeline. But the Feb. 15 order reportedly continues to block construction of worker camps, effectively keeping work from beginning on the project.
Brent crude oil reached a high of $66.83/bbl on the London market Feb. 18 before falling to settle at $66.25/bbl while US markets were closed Feb. 18 for the Presidents’ Day holiday.
The Australian arm of Norwegian international energy company Equinor has released for public comment its draft environment plan for the proposed drilling program of the Stromlo-1 wildcat in exploration permit EPP39 in the South Australian portion of the Great Australian Bight.
Anadarko Petroleum Corp. reported that Mozambique LNG1 Co. Pte. Ltd.—the jointly owned sales entity of the Mozambique Area 1 coventurers—has entered into a 20-year, 1 million-tonne/year LNG supply agreement with Indonesia’s state-owned Pertamina.
Thermal fatigue was likely the cause of the explosion and fire at Enterprise Products Partners’ Pascagoula, Miss., gas plant late in the evening of June 27, 2016, a US Chemical Safety Board investigation concluded on Feb. 19. The failure of the plant’s brazed aluminum heat exchanger led to the release of methane, ethane, propane, and other hydrocarbons that then ignited, CSB’s final report on the incident said.