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    OPEC says a price near $60 will avoid added shale production Recently renewed talks of a production freeze among OPEC and some non-OPEC producers including…

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    Published 04 September 2016 | viewed 18,832 times

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  • The First U.S. LNG Shipment To China Arrives

    Published 01 September 2016 | viewed 11,592 times

    The fist LNG shipment to China from the lower 48 states arrived last week, marking the official entry of the U.S. into the Asian LNG…

  • The U.S. Basins To Bet On In The Future

    Published 23 August 2016 | viewed 10,318 times

    Permian, Marcellus Lead U.S., while Eagle Ford Dives Hard As cost structures are held in check and oil price fluctuations are seemingly without end, producers…

  • What The Fall Of OPEC Means For Global Oil Markets

    Published 15 August 2016 | viewed 23,201 times

    With OPEC out, is this what the new normal looks like for the oil and gas industry? Last Wednesday’s 1.1 million-barrel build in U.S. crude…

  • Russia Delays $10 Billion Rosneft Privatization Due To Low Oil Prices

    Published 11 August 2016 | viewed 11,404 times

    Russia may not be able to sell its stake in Rosneft in 2016 As low oil prices continue to put pressure on the Russian budget,…

  • New Iranian Oil Contracts Unlikely To Attract Big Oil

    Published 10 August 2016 | viewed 9,803 times

    Approved version of IPCs has more than 150 minor and major changes from the draft Following the end of international sanctions against Iran in July…

  • Oil Majors Remain Upbeat Despite Poor Second Quarter

    Published 03 August 2016 | viewed 6,251 times

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  • What Growing U.S. Consumer Spending Means For Energy

    Published 23 July 2016 | viewed 13,006 times

    Macquarie Securities’ Toronto-based research team put out a research note today that pointed out the strength coming out of the world’s spending giant: the U.S.…

  • How Much Does The U.S. Spend Per Day On Petroleum Products?

    Published 21 July 2016 | viewed 24,193 times

    Every day in 2015, the United States spent $991 million on petroleum consumption, the lowest daily total since 2008. Consumption levels in the U.S. have…

  • Why This Oil Crisis Is Different To 2008

    Published 17 July 2016 | viewed 71,836 times

    They say history repeats itself, and given the cyclical nature of the oil and gas business, many look to the past when trying to guess…

  • Offshore Alaska Hit With More Drilling Regulations

    Published 09 July 2016 | viewed 8,462 times

    Today, the United States Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management released 348 pages of new Requirements for Exploratory Drilling on…

  • U.S. Sees Largest Monthly Production Decline Since The Downturn Begun

    Published 02 July 2016 | viewed 21,528 times

    U.S. production has remained surprisingly resilient amid the fall in oil prices, but data from the EIA today showed that production is beginning to come…

  • Coal Production Collapses To 35-Year Low

    Published 11 June 2016 | viewed 12,977 times

    Coal production in the first three months of 2016 was 173 million short tons, the lowest quarterly level in the United States since a major…

  • BP: Oil Bust Had Little Effect On Global Oil And Gas Reserves

    Published 09 June 2016 | viewed 6,402 times

    Proved oil reserves remain sufficient to meet more than 50 years of global production; the North American Shale Revolution added 15% technically recoverable oil and…

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