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Oil & Gas Journal Archive
- Inpex gains interest in Ichthys LNG project from Total
- ExxonMobil makes FID to develop West Barracouta gas project
- IEA revises downward non-OPEC supply growth forecast for 2019
- Witnesses give US House RFS quota discussion draft a frosty reception
- MARKET WATCH: NYMEX crude oil drops on OPEC unity concerns
- EIA STEO revises Brent, WTI oil-price forecasts downward for 2019
- Manchin to succeed Cantwell as Senate Energy panel’s top Democrat
- Cenovus to focus 2019 budget on Foster Creek, Christina Lake
- BOEM extends EIS comment period for proposed Beaufort Sea lease sale
- EIA: US crude inventories down 1.2 million bbl
- Marathon extends Bakken acreage with Ajax wells
- Watching Government: Carbon tax idea reappears
- Cuadrilla stops hydraulic fracturing in Bowland shale
- DEA to focus on Zama discovery with Sierra acquisition
- EPA establishes fresh renewable fuel, biomass-based diesel quotas
Canada lost 13 rigs for the week ended Dec. 7, according to Baker Hughes data. With 186 rigs running, the count is less than the 219 units drilling this week a year ago. The number of oil-directed rigs in Canada fell by 17, bringing the count to 102 rigs for the week. Gas-directed rigs were up 4 to 84 units.
The US Bureau of Land Management proposed final environmental impact statements and amendments to greater sage grouse habitat management programs in seven western US states. “With today’s action, we have leaned forward to address the various states’ issues, while appropriately ensuring that we will continue to be focused on meaningfully addressing the threats to the greater sage grouse and making efforts to improve its habitat,” Deputy Interior Sec. David Bernardt said in Salt Lake City on Dec. 6.
Crude oil benchmarks on the New York and London markets climbed by more than $1/bbl on Dec.7 after the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and a group of 10 non-OPEC countries, led by Russia, agreed to cut production by a total 1.2 million b/d effective Jan. 1, 2019.