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Carolyn Davis joined the editorial staff of Intelligence Press Inc. in Houston in May, 2000. Prior to that, she covered regulatory issues for environmental and occupational safety and health publications. She also has worked as a reporter for several daily newspapers in Texas, including the Waco Tribune-Herald, the Temple Daily Telegram and the Killeen Daily Herald. She attended Texas A&M University and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from the University of Houston.

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BP Says Upstream Output Rising, but Lower Natural Gas, Oil Realizations Adversely Impact 1Q

BP Says Upstream Output Rising, but Lower Natural Gas, Oil Realizations Adversely Impact 1Q

BP plc expects its natural gas marketing and trading results to be “strong” for the first quarter, following an upbeat result in the final three months of 2023. The London-based major, in a trading update preceding its first quarter report, said upstream production also would be higher in the period. However, lower gas and oil…

April 9, 2024
‘T’ for Texas – and TotalEnergies – as Holdings Grow in Eagle Ford and Offshore

‘T’ for Texas – and TotalEnergies – as Holdings Grow in Eagle Ford and Offshore

TotalEnergies SE CEO Patrick Pouyanné wasn’t born in Texas but as many who have migrated to the state say, he got there as fast as he could. In transactions over the past month, the French-based major has acquired additional Texas stakes in the Eagle Ford Shale, a carbon capture project in the Gulf of Mexico…

April 8, 2024
Domestic, International Events Prove Need for ‘Natural Gas to Perform’ for Energy System Reliability

Domestic, International Events Prove Need for ‘Natural Gas to Perform’ for Energy System Reliability

Overhauling the permitting process to build out natural gas infrastructure with less legal wrangling may be unattainable during an election year, but it has to happen soon as industrial consumption is on the rise, according to a top executive. CEO Amy Andryszak of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) discussed the need for…

April 8, 2024
ExxonMobil, Shell Cite Weaker Natural Gas Prices in 1Q Previews

ExxonMobil, Shell Cite Weaker Natural Gas Prices in 1Q Previews

ExxonMobil profits for the first three months of this year are expected to dip sharply year/year and be down sequentially in part because of weak natural gas and oil prices, the integrated major said. Shell plc also has revised its expectations.  In a Securities and Exchange Commission Form 8-K filing, ExxonMobil noted that commodity prices…

April 5, 2024
SLB Jumping into Merger Game with ChampionX, Aker Carbon Deals to Accelerate E&P Efficiencies, CCUS

SLB Jumping into Merger Game with ChampionX, Aker Carbon Deals to Accelerate E&P Efficiencies, CCUS

In its second transaction in less than a week, SLB Ltd. agreed Tuesday to buy ChampionX Corp., considered a leader in oilfield reservoir optimization. The all-stock merger with ChampionX, headquartered in The Woodlands north of Houston, was valued at nearly $8 billion. Once the transaction is completed, now expected by year’s end, ChampionX shareholders would…

April 3, 2024
E&Ps Urge Expanding Gulf of Mexico Oil and Gas Leasing, Continuing Wind Sales

E&Ps Urge Expanding Gulf of Mexico Oil and Gas Leasing, Continuing Wind Sales

Natural gas and oil lease sales in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) should continue, but there’s room for wind development, as well as carbon capture and sequestration (CCS), according to exploration and production (E&P) companies.  Both supporters and opponents of federal leasing in the offshore made their comments on the national leasing program, published late…

April 2, 2024
Tudor Champions Houston to Lead Charge for Decarbonizing Oil, Natural Gas

Tudor Champions Houston to Lead Charge for Decarbonizing Oil, Natural Gas

Houston, the nation’s fourth largest city and one that built its fortune in oil, natural gas and petrochemicals, is now a mecca for entrepreneurs out to make the next great no-carbon technology.  The city remains the place to forge oil and gas deals, as thousands of energy companies, large and small, have their headquarters in…

March 28, 2024
U.S. Residential, Commercial Demand for Natural Gas Rising, Says AGA’s Harbert

U.S. Residential, Commercial Demand for Natural Gas Rising, Says AGA’s Harbert

Think U.S. natural gas consumption is declining? Think again. In some parts of the country, efforts to stem the growth of natural gas have gone askew, a signal that the future of the abundant, low-carbon fuel may not be in jeopardy. The fact is, consumers like natural gas, American Gas Association (AGA) CEO Karen Harbert…

March 28, 2024
California Natural Gas Ban in Berkeley Halted Following Settlement

California Natural Gas Ban in Berkeley Halted Following Settlement

The first-in-the-nation natural gas ban in Berkeley, CA, is no more after city officials agreed to halt enforcement. The agreement with the California Restaurant Association (CRA), to halt enforcement of the city’s ban on new natural gas pipelines, was anticipated following a ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.  The appeals…

March 27, 2024
EQT Eyeing Data Center ‘Gold Rush’ for Natural Gas-Fired Power, Unleashing More LNG

EQT Eyeing Data Center ‘Gold Rush’ for Natural Gas-Fired Power, Unleashing More LNG

EQT Corp., the No. 1 natural gas producer in the United States, isn’t resting on its laurels. The gas giant is continuing to eye a potential East Coast LNG project, but it’s venturing into the artificial intelligence (AI) market, to gain a slice of the data center power market. Executive Vice President Rob Wingo, who…

March 26, 2024
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