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U.S., Canada Shale Development Still Leaving Global Competitors In Dust, Says Raymond James

U.S., Canada Shale Development Still Leaving Global Competitors In Dust, Says Raymond James

The United States and Canada may hold less than one-fifth of the world’s shale resources, but combined they produce nearly all of the shale natural gas and oil, and that’s unlikely to change anytime soon, Raymond James & Associates Inc. said Monday.

January 30, 2017

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Apache Corp.announced several executive changes effective Jan. 1, 2014. COORod Eichleris transitioning to two newly created roles: executive adviser to the chairman and CEO of liquefied natural gas projects and upstream, as well as oversight of gas monetization, and corporate health, safety, environment and emergency response. Permian Basin Region Vice PresidentJohn Christmannis to become COO of North America. International Operations EVPTom Voytovichis becoming COO of International, whileMike Bahorich, chief technology officer, also assumes responsibility for exploration and production technology. Argentina Region Vice PresidentMichael Bosewould take over the Permian Region, whileDavid Chi, manager of Argentina production, would become interim region vice president.Rob Johnstonis to become vice president of the Central Region.

September 24, 2013

Sempra Energy Pushing Ahead in Mexican Distribution, Bolivian LNG

San Diego-based Sempra Energy’s international unit was busy Thursday pushing and pulling in Latin America, trying to make things happen in its aggressive game plan south of the border.

August 5, 2002
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