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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 three LNG plants on Curtis Island near Gladstone in Queensland are unlikely to ever fulfill their combined nameplate capacity of 25.3 million tonnes/year, according to a new study by Adelaide-based energy analyst EnergyQuest. The problem is a shortage of coal seam gas (CSG) reserves on which they rely.
Gran Tierra Energy agreed with private companies to acquire assets in Colombia’s Putumayo and Llanos basins for $104.2 million.
Scott D. Sheffield has assumed his former role as chief executive officer of Pioneer Natural Resources Co., Dallas, succeeding Timothy L. Dove, who has retired as CEO and from his seat on the board.
Light, sweet crude oil prices fell to their lowest level in more than a week on the New York market Feb. 7 on what analysts called concerns about world economics that could slow oil demand. The Bank of England warned of a world economic slowdown. Meanwhile, a White House economic adviser told Fox Business Network that US-China negotiations are not close to reaching a trade agreement. China is a major oil consumer.
Michael K. McFadyen, executive vice-president, offshore, of Murphy Oil, will assume responsibility for exploration following the Feb. 28 retirement of Eugene T. Coleman, executive vice-president, exploration and business development. The responsibility for business development will be assumed by David R. Looney, executive vice-president and chief financial officer.