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Oil & Gas Journal Archive
- Hoeven reintroduces cross-border energy transportation bill
- EPA registers isobutanol for blending into gasoline up to 16%
- MARKET WATCH: NYMEX oil prices increase on US crude inventory decline
- Evergreen to buy Raton basin assets from PNR for $79 million
- ExxonMobil, PAA to build 1 million-b/d Permian-to-Gulf Coast crude pipeline
- FERC commissioners, US senators question coal-fired power bailouts
- EIA: US crude stockpiles decrease 4.1 million bbl
- CAPP links oil production, pipeline growth
- IHS Markit forecasts Permian basin oil production will double from 2018-23
- MARKET WATCH: Light, sweet crude price splits direction from Brent
- Indian Essar Oil renamed Nayara Energy
- ExxonMobil advances Liza Phase 1 development
- Junex, Cuda merging, acquiring PRB assets
- MARKET WATCH: NYMEX crude reaches above $66/bbl; Brent holds at $76/bbl
- Samson Resources expands Green River basin acreage
Light, sweet crude prices rose modestly on the New York market June 13 after a weekly US government report showed a sharp fall in oil inventories. US crude oil inventories, excluding the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, decreased 4.1 million bbl to an estimated 432.4 million bbl for the week ended June 8, according to a weekly report from the US Energy Information Administration.
The US Environmental Protection Agency registered isobutanol as an additive for blending into gasoline up to levels of 16% volume. Administrator E. Scott Pruitt announced the June 12 approval in a letter to Butamax Advanced Biofuels LLC, a BP PLC and DuPont Co. bio-isobutanol joint venture based in Wilmington, Del.
US Sen. John Hoeven (R-ND) announced on June 14 that he has reintroduced legislation aimed at preventing delays in US oil and natural gas pipelines and electric power lines that would cross the US borders with Canada or Mexico.
Light, sweet crude oil prices fell by more than $1/bbl for both the July and August contracts on the New York market May 31, but the Brent contract for July gained more than $1/bbl in London.
US President Donald Trump signed proclamations removing exemptions from steel and aluminum tariffs for Canada, Mexico, and the European Union as of June 1. The presidents of the American Petroleum Institute and Interstate Natural Gas Association of America separately criticized the president’s May 31 action.