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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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ExxonMobil Says Adios to Barnett in $750M Deal with Denver’s BKV

ExxonMobil Says Adios to Barnett in $750M Deal with Denver’s BKV

ExxonMobil on Thursday said goodbye to the Barnett Shale in North Texas after securing $750 million from Denver-based BKV Corp. for the natural gas-rich portfolio in North Texas. The transaction, set to be completed by the end of June, would require additional payments to ExxonMobil contingent on future natural gas prices. The deal includes 160,000…

May 20, 2022
Ballyhooed U.S. Deepwater Oil, Gas Prospect Set to Sail, Say Chevron, TotalEnergies

Ballyhooed U.S. Deepwater Oil, Gas Prospect Set to Sail, Say Chevron, TotalEnergies

The Ballymore oil and natural gas project in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico (GOM), which would be developed using a three-mile subsea tieback to reduce costs, has gotten a thumb’s up to proceed.  The Mississippi Canyon prospect, with design capacity of 75,000 b/d of crude oil, would be tied back to the Chevron-operated Blind Faith…

May 19, 2022
BP, Linde Ready CCS Mega Project for Greater Houston Area

BP, Linde Ready CCS Mega Project for Greater Houston Area

BP plc is teaming up with multinational chemical giant Linde plc to advance a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project for the Texas industrial complex near Houston. As envisioned, the project would enable Linde to produce low-carbon hydrogen at its existing facilities. The project also could support carbon dioxide (CO2) storage captured from other industrial…

May 17, 2022
Oxy Prepared for Volatile Year, but Some Oil, Gas Producers Not So Lucky, Says Hollub

Oxy Prepared for Volatile Year, but Some Oil, Gas Producers Not So Lucky, Says Hollub

U.S. oil and gas producers that weren’t prepared to get down to business as prices rose may be out of luck, Occidental Petroleum Corp. CEO Vicki Hollub said Wednesday. Hollub helmed a first quarter conference call, joined by CFO Robert Peterson and Richard Jackson, president of U.S. Onshore Resources and Carbon Management. They shared with…

May 13, 2022
Energy Transfer Building Export Options Via Haynesville, Permian for LNG and Lots of Liquids

Energy Transfer Building Export Options Via Haynesville, Permian for LNG and Lots of Liquids

With customer demand growing, Energy Transfer LP’s management team is confident that the Lake Charles, LA, natural gas export project will be sanctioned before the end of the year. During the recent first quarter conference call, Co-CEO Tom Mason said “we’re really excited about where we are today” regarding the pending liquefied natural gas (LNG)…

May 11, 2022
Talos, Carbonvert Bring Chevron Aboard to Propel CCUS Project Offshore Texas

Talos, Carbonvert Bring Chevron Aboard to Propel CCUS Project Offshore Texas

Talos Energy Inc. and Carbonvert Inc. are in talks with Chevron Corp. to join them in advancing a carbon capture hub southeast of Houston near the massive petrochemical complex. Houston-based Talos, whose upstream exploration is focused in the Gulf of Mexico, is developing several carbon capture, sequestration and utilization (CCUS) projects for the Gulf Coast.…

May 10, 2022
Shell CEO Says Energy Security ‘Cannot Be Taken For Granted’ as Global LNG Projects Advance

Shell CEO Says Energy Security ‘Cannot Be Taken For Granted’ as Global LNG Projects Advance

Shell plc, the world’s largest natural gas buyer, continues to nab agreements to buy more supply in a world ever thirstier for the fuel, CEO Ben van Beurden said Thursday. Addressing investors during the first quarter conference call, van Beurden was joined by new CFO Sinead Gorman, who took over for long-time financial chief Jessica…

May 5, 2022
NOV Navigating Inflation, Messy Supply Chains, but Energy Upcycle Seen ‘Lasting A While’

NOV Navigating Inflation, Messy Supply Chains, but Energy Upcycle Seen ‘Lasting A While’

More demand for oil and gas equipment has put oilfield technology expert NOV Inc. in a sweet spot for 2022, with the bitter sting of rising costs and broad supply chain issues likely to continue for some time, according to the management team. CEO Clay Williams held the microphone to discuss 1Q2022 results and the…

May 5, 2022
BP’s Focused on Moving Natural Gas to Europe, with Ongoing Volatile Markets Predicted

BP’s Focused on Moving Natural Gas to Europe, with Ongoing Volatile Markets Predicted

BP plc’s primary focus for global natural gas markets today is centered on “flow assurance,” to move enough supply to European countries that remain dependent on Russia, top executives said Tuesday.  CEO Bernard Looney was joined by CFO Murray Auchincloss to discuss first quarter performance. The London-based major for several years has been the No.…

May 3, 2022
Enterprise’s Teague Calls for Unleashing U.S. Oil, Gas Production to Lead World from Russia

Enterprise’s Teague Calls for Unleashing U.S. Oil, Gas Production to Lead World from Russia

Houston’s Enterprise Products Partners LP has a bundle of projects in the queue to expand Lower 48 natural gas, liquids and refined projects to serve domestic and overseas demand, the executive team said Monday. Seven projects are being constructed to expand processing, capacity and takeaway from Louisiana, New Mexico, Texas and beyond. Permian Basin natural…

May 2, 2022
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