Layne Water Midstream LLC (LWM) has reached agreement with the Texas General Land Office (GLO) to expand its oilfield water footprint in the Permian Basin.
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The United States has submitted formal notification of its withdrawal from the United Nations (UN) global climate agreement, aka Paris Agreement, effective one year from now, Trump administration officials said Monday.
After two years of trial shipments, British Columbia-based utility FortisBC has secured a modest overseas market toehold as a pioneer natural gas contract supplier for a Chinese trader.
Premier Oil plc said it expects results shortly from the Zama-2 appraisal well, which was spudded last November in Mexico’s Sureste Basin.
A new trade deal between the United States, Canada and Mexico is drawing support from the oil and gas industry, but overall it may have only a modest impact on the energy sector, according to analysts.
One of Central Europe’s leading utilities, Polish Oil & Gas Co. (PGNiG), on Tuesday agreed to take natural gas exports over 20 years from two separate proposed projects that would be sited in Louisiana and Texas.
Columbia Gas Transmission LLC (TCO) has restored a small percentage of flows on Leach XPress about a week after issuing a force majeure in response to an explosion on June 7 in Marshall County, WV that shut down the 1.5 Bcf/d line. The company has restored a segment allowing the Stagecoach-LXP meter to return to service. Nominations through the meter ramped to 107 MMcf/d shortly after TCO announced the repair and reached 190 MMcf/d on Friday (June 15). It’s unclear how long it will take to repair the rest of the line.
Anadarko Petroleum Corp. continues to progress its proposed natural gas export project in Mozambique and expects to wrap up sales and purchase agreements (SPA) this year, company executives said Wednesday.
Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia have extended for another three years a cooperative agreement to promote the region’s shale gas resources and create more economic opportunities.
ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co. has signed a three-year joint agreement with MagnaBond LLC to develop technologies that could enhance cost-effective evaluation of well cementing, casing and tubing.