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Oil & Gas Journal Archive
- Barclays: Global recovery of upstream spending remains intact
- WoodMac: Upstream companies shift to ‘thrive’ in 2018
- World Bank to stop upstream oil and gas financing after 2019
- MARKET WATCH: Brent, NYMEX crude prices drop
- Cenovus budgets for more cost, payroll cuts
- EIA STEO: Global liquids supply to rise 2.1 million b/d in 2018
- Atlantic Coast Pipeline gets Virginia water permit, but with delay
- OPEC production fell in November from October
- MARKET WATCH: Crude prices drop after brief rally on Forties news
- US House bills introduced aimed at easing LNG exports
- PSA: Eni Norge can restore Goliat production
- BKV to buy more Marcellus shale assets
- Eclipse buying Pennsylvania interests
- Fire shutters unit at IOC’s Paradip refinery
- MARKET WATCH: Brent crude settles above $64/bbl on Forties fracture
An affiliate of BKV Oil & Gas Capital Partners LP, Denver, has entered an agreement to expand its leasehold in the Marcellus shale in Pennsylvania.
Eni Norge can restore Goliat field in the Barents Sea to full production, the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) said.
A pair of bills have been introduced designed to facilitate US exports of LNG. H.R. 4605 would let exporters begin shipments after completing the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s review process instead of requiring them to wait for US Department of Energy approval. H.R. 4606 would codify DOE’s efforts to begin exports of small volumes of LNG to Caribbean and Central and South American countries.
Oil prices declined Dec. 12 on markets in New York and London after a rally on news of the shutdown of a key European pipeline system that transports primarily oil but also some natural gas.
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries raised its production forecast for non-OPEC oil output, particularly from US unconventional plays for 2017-18. The cartel also said its November oil production, as estimated by secondary sources, averaged 32.45 million b/d, a drop of about 133,000 b/d from October.