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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
Citing slumping crude-oil prices and the Alberta wildfires, Suncor Energy Inc., Calgary, reported a second-quarter net loss of $735 million (Can.) and an operating loss of $565 million.
Total SA recorded second-quarter adjusted net income of $2.17 billion, down from $3.01 billion during second-quarter 2015. First-half net income was $3.81 billion, down from $5.69 billion in the year-ago period.
Royal Dutch Shell PLC reported second-quarter earnings on a current cost of supplies (CCS) basis, excluding identified items, of $1.05 billion, down from $3.76 billion in second-quarter 2015. First-half earnings on a CCS basis, also excluding identified items, totaled $2.6 billion, down from $7.5 billion in the same period last year.
The US Bureau of Land Management is completing conversion of its oil and gas drilling permit application system to a fully online process and expects to complete the change by yearend, the US Department of the Interior agency reported.
Houston independent ConocoPhillips Co. reported a second-quarter net loss of $1.1 billion, down from a second-quarter 2015 net loss of $179 million.