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Oil & Gas Journal Archive
- Senators want US to use all options to oppose Nord Stream 2 pipeline
- API: US petroleum demand in February hit 20.3 million b/d
- IEA raises global oil demand estimate for 2018
- Porges named interim EQT president, CEO
- MARKET WATCH: NYMEX holds under $61/bbl on forecasts of higher shale production
- Pioneer to restart Texas field shut by fire
- Court rejects NYSDEC’s appeal of FERC’s Valley Lateral ruling
- Pruitt issues guidance clarifying NSR evaluations
- US sanctions on Venezuela could backfire, speakers warn at forum
- OPEC forecasts rising non-OPEC oil supply, especially US oil production
- EIA: US crude oil inventories up 5 million bbl
- MARKET WATCH: NYMEX crude oil settles under $61/bbl on US Cabinet shifts
- Trump fires Tillerson as secretary of State, names Pompeo as successor
- Woodside enters into deal to operate Scarborough gas field
- Eni strikes deals for concessions off Abu Dhabi
President Donald J. Trump said he plans to impose import tariffs of 25% on steel and 10% on aluminum imports next week.
Total has acquired a 16.33% interest in the Waha concessions in Libya’s Sirte basin with the purchase of Marathon Oil Libya Ltd. for $450 million.
The US Environmental Protection Agency hosted a two-day oil and gas roundtable with stakeholders including state and local leaders, Indian tribes, trade associations and producers, and environmental organizations.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has allowed four major LNG and two onshore gas companies greater trading and pricing freedom in Western Australia and the Northern Territory to provide more gas for the country’s east coast.
The US Environmental Protection Agency proposed withdrawing control techniques guidelines (CTGs) for the oil and gas industry which it instituted in 2016 to control volatile organic compound emissions from oil and gas operations. The proposal would save the industry $14-16 million in compliance expenses from 2021 to 2035, the agency said on Mar. 1.