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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
The Netherlands became a net importer of natural gas last year for the first time since the commissioning in 1963 of giant Groningen gas field, production of which is being phased out by the government. GasTerra, which markets Groningen gas for NAM, the ExxonMobil-Shell joint venture that operates the field, reported the shift in Dutch gas trade in a financial report.
Light, sweet crude oil prices gained on the New York market Feb. 20 while the American Petroleum Institute estimated a limited increase in US crude oil supplies. The US Energy Information Administration was scheduled to release its inventory on Feb. 21.
The US Appeals Court for the District of Columbia upheld the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s approval of the proposed Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline by denying several environmental groups’ petition for review of the decision.
US crude oil inventories for the week ended Feb. 15, excluding the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, increased by 3.7 million bbl from the previous week, data from the US Energy Information Administration showed. At 454.5 million bbl, US crude oil inventories are about 6% above the 5-year average for this time of year, the report indicated.
California’s new underground injection requirements will affect some 55,000 underground injection control (UIC) wells when they go into effect on Apr. 1, the state’s Department of Conservation (DOC) reported. It said the new rules affect wells that inject water or steam for enhanced oil recovery, along with wells that return produced water back to its source.