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Saudi Arabia: Preparing for another wave?
Saudi Arabia’s crude oil exports rose in September to around 6.2 million barrels per day (bpd). This looks to mainly be due to increased buying from India and South Korea. Just a month ago, Saudi Arabia was exporting roughly 5.7 million bpd. In August, OPEC and OPEC+ production restrictions...
Carbon Capture Technology Gets a Boost
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is investing in furthering the technology behind carbon capture and storage. A total of $72 million has been announced to give a boost to the technology. That $72 million will be split between two funding opportunities. Carbon Capture Awards Split Two Ways According to World Nuclear...
Alpha Energy, Inc. Eyes Kadence Petroleum, LLC’s Logan 2 Assets
Like the wheeling and dealing common in a game of Monopoly, energy companies are surveying their competitors, as well as their assets. Appealing to the same notion, Alpha Energy, Inc.seems to be scouting what looks attractive. Kadence Petroleum’s Logan 2 Project assets in Oklahoma are included in an option agreement...
How Top Oil & Gas Companies Use Predictive Analytics
From Aggreko.com: Do fears of keeping your project on schedule, within budget, and at full productivity ever keep you up at night? What if you had a reliable way to analyze your current performance, model future trends and figure out where the bumps in the road will be, long in advance? Let’s...
Green Chemistry: An Alternative
Green chemistry, also known as sustainable chemistry, was born out of the Pollution Prevention Act of 1990. The Act focuses on industry, government and public attention to reduce the amount of pollution through changes in production, operation and raw material use. And that is basically the definition of green...
Green: Step by Step

Green: Step by Step

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Many of the largest oil companies, primarily those in Europe, seem to be competing for bragging rights. BP, Royal Dutch Shell, Chevron and Total are the most vociferous of the bunch so far. I’ve already outlined BP’s plans for themselves and the world. If you would like to read...
Chevron’s Appalachian Assets in EQT’s Sights
Chevron’s Appalachian assets appear to be an area of interest for EQT Corporation, which has offered $750 million for the holdings. Entertaining EQT’s bid, Chevron is considering the release of approximately 800,000 acres within the Utica and Marcellus shale plays. The deal would also include a non-operating piece of...
Newsom Wants to Ban Fracking and Gas-Powered Cars
What You Should Know About Oil and Gas Today The Big Story Why not just do it now? - California Governor Gavin Newsom issued an order on Wednesday calling for a phaseout of gasoline-powered cars by the year 2030, and also endorsed a ban on fracking. So, unlike presidential candidate Joe...
Natural Gas Mogal EQT Stalks CNX Resources
What You Should Know About Oil and Gas Today The Big Story In its annual Mid-Year Update, World Oil Magazine estimates that domestic drilling will reach historic lows for 2020. Here's an excerpt: The historical basis. But first, operators will have to drill at a pace lower than those of 1933 and...
Solar Project to Help New Jersey Pipeline
For the first time, a solar project is helping a natural gas pipeline instead of the other way around. The Lambertville Solar Project in West Amwell Township, New Jersey, is a new kind of hybrid. Once completed this fall, solar energy will offset some of the Lambertville Compressor Station's...
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