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Irina Slav

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Irina Slav

Irina is a writer for Oilprice.com with over a decade of experience writing on the oil and gas industry.

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    Published 09 June 2016 | viewed 10,134 times

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  • Only Five Oil Majors Make The Fortune 500 List

    Published 09 June 2016 | viewed 35,681 times

    The latest Fortune 500 list has four oil majors in the top 100 – Exxon, Chevron, Marathon Petroleum, and ConocoPhillips – and another one, Devon…

  • Shell Unveils New Strategy: ‘Leaner and Deeper’

    Published 08 June 2016 | viewed 14,198 times

    The soon-to-be leaner Shell is set to reduce its overall geographic footprint and focus on going deeper, instead of farther. Shell’s chief executive Ben van…

  • An Oil Price Rebound Is Not Enough For The Bakken

    Published 07 June 2016 | viewed 20,777 times

    At this point, Bakken barely remembers what a drill bit looks like, and the shale boom that once dug at its landscape is now a…

  • Permian Springs To Life With $50 Oil

    Published 06 June 2016 | viewed 25,767 times

    Last week saw the first significant increase in the number of active drilling rigs in the U.S. since the start of this year, suggesting that…

  • Colombian Oil Patch Needs $70 Billion To Survive

    Published 05 June 2016 | viewed 11,790 times

    Colombia’s energy industry needs $70 billion in fresh investments over the next ten years just to survive, according to the head of the country’s oil…

  • Iran Eyes $185 Billion In Foreign Investment With New Contracts

    Published 02 June 2016 | viewed 12,335 times

    Iran has been eager to restart the full-scale development of its oil and gas reserves since the lifting of economic sanctions early this year, and…

  • Oil Industry Drove US Wage Growth. Now that Is Over

    Published 01 June 2016 | viewed 8,136 times

    A report from Pew Research Center reveals that between the third quarter of 2000 and the same period of last year, wages across the U.S.…

  • There Is No Moving Exxon From Its Climate Change Position

    Published 01 June 2016 | viewed 7,031 times

    A nun from an influential interfaith coalition with U.S. $100 billion in assets that include a stake in ExxonMobil is pushing for change, but the…

  • Chinese Company Makes a Splash in Texas Shale

    Published 29 May 2016 | viewed 19,189 times

    Chinese conglomerate Yantai Xinchao has US$1 billion to blow and is looking to buy oil-producing assets in the Permian Basin as it moves aggressively to…

  • Rising Oil Prices May Hit Asian Consumers

    Published 29 May 2016 | viewed 10,710 times

    For growing Asian economies, the oil price drop that started in mid-2014 was very welcome. It allowed them to cut petrol subsidies that were taking…

  • Why The Bust For Offshore Drillers Might Last Another 2 Years

    Published 26 May 2016 | viewed 11,708 times

    Statoil cancelled a contract for a drillship with Seadrill, which it had intended to use for drilling operations in the Atlantic, near Newfoundland. The cancellation…

  • Clinton Chasing Votes With Fracking U-Turn

    Published 26 May 2016 | viewed 17,177 times

    Leaked emails obtained by The Intercept reveal Hillary Clinton’s multiple stances on fracking—which apparently differ depending on whether we’re talking about fracking on U.S. soil…

  • 2015 Worst Year For Oil Discoveries Since 1952

    Published 25 May 2016 | viewed 22,595 times

    A report by Rystad Energy has revealed that new oil discoveries in 2015 totaled 12.1 billion barrels, which is the least amount of new oil…

  • China Moves Into U.S. Wind Sector

    Published 24 May 2016 | viewed 14,475 times

    Chinese wind turbine maker Goldwind announced that it bought the Rattlesnake wind power project in Texas from Renewable Energy Systems for an undisclosed amount, making…

  • International Markets Prove Hard To Conquer For U.S. LNG

    Published 19 May 2016 | viewed 12,295 times

    The latest drilling productivity report from the Energy Information Administration (EIA) has shown that the Marcellus shale continues to be the largest source of natural…

  • Iraq Facing Perfect Storm

    Published 18 May 2016 | viewed 14,287 times

    Iraq has been pumping oil at record-high rates since the start of the year, with daily output reaching 4.31 million barrels last month, most of…

  • Brazil’s New Foreign Minister Suspected Of Dubious Dealings With Chevron

    Published 17 May 2016 | viewed 13,850 times

    Brazil’s new government is less than a week old, and already there are seeds of a scandal after a strong media backlash against the fact…

  • Oklahoma Oil Industry About To Lose Tax Rebates

    Published 17 May 2016 | viewed 10,768 times

    The Oklahoma Senate has suspended a tax incentive for the oil industry that’s likely to see a lot of small producers go under. Oklahoma is…

  • Fracking: Oklahoma’s New F-Word

    Published 15 May 2016 | viewed 30,319 times

    Fracking in Oklahoma, as well as elsewhere, has been on the decline, thanks to the oil price slump. Quakes, however, are continuing at alarming rates.…

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