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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
Three groups that support the Dakota Access crude-oil pipeline and similar oil and gas transportation projects separately expressed concerns on Oct. 11 after protesters broke into facilities near the Canadian border and elsewhere and tried to close pipeline valves manually.
A US House of Representatives committee chairman asked the Securities and Exchange Commission for information regarding the financial regulatory agency's recently reported investigation of ExxonMobil Corp.
Alaska's government formally nominated the Beaufort and Chukchi seas and Cook Inlet for inclusion in the 2017-22 federal Outer Continental Shelf management program being prepared by the US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management.
Maersk Oil, a wholly owned subsidiary of AP Moller-Maersk AS of Copenhagen, started drilling the first production well on Sept. 28 in the company-operated Culzean field in the UK North Sea.
Amid some concerns that parts of the Obama administration may be trying to stifle US natural gas production growth to help address global climate change, the White House's National Economic Council quietly acknowledged that US manufacturers saved about $22 billion from 2006 to 2013 "due to abundant, inexpensive shale gas."