International

New York Paper Mill Chooses CNG as Energy Source

Having abandoned plans earlier this year to tap into a pipeline for natural gas, International Paper's mill in Ticonderoga, NY, moved this month to line up trucked-in supplies of compressed natural gas (CNG).

April 23, 2015

New York Paper Mill Chooses CNG as Energy Source

Having abandoned plans earlier this year to tap into a pipeline for natural gas, International Paper’s mill in Ticonderoga, NY, moved this month to line up trucked-in supplies of compressed natural gas (CNG).

April 23, 2015

WPX’s Apco Sale Called Positive for Onshore Growth

WPX Energy Inc. should be able to put more muscle into its western onshore prospects after it receives an expected $294 million following a merger of international subsidiary Apco Oil and Gas International and privately held Pluspetrol Resources Corp., analysts said Friday.

October 3, 2014

International Shale Exploration ‘High and Rising’

The Cooper Basin in Australia, Argentina’s Neuquen Basin and two formations in Turkey are the best prospects today for global unconventional production based on their geology, market access/pricing and regulatory schemes, according to an analysis by Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. (TPH).

December 11, 2013

Costs, Growing Demand Aren’t on the Shale Map

Checking a map is the first step to knowing where one is going, but when it comes to forecasting shale gas supply and demand, the map can throw some international gas end-users off course.

September 30, 2013
Shale Map Doesn’t Chart Costs, Coming Demand, Economist Says

Shale Map Doesn’t Chart Costs, Coming Demand, Economist Says

Checking a map is the first step to knowing where one is going, but when it comes to forecasting shale gas supply and demand, the map can throw some international gas end-users off course.

September 26, 2013

People

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

Global E&P Outlook Said Positive, Oilfield Services Mixed

The outlook for global independents is looking good, particularly for oil-focused operators, but headwinds still persist for the smaller sector of North America’s oilfield services providers, where a plethora of providers is chasing limited new demand, according to Moody’s Investors Service.

September 16, 2013

State Dept. OKs Canadian Ethane Pipeline Link in North Dakota

The Obama administration has issued a presidential permit for the 80-mile U.S. pipeline link in North Dakota that is slated to carry ethane as part of a 430-mile international pipeline through Saskatchewan and terminating in Alberta.

July 22, 2013

Sales Competition Undermining LNG International Prices, Says ExxonMobil

Sales competition is undermining international prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG), according to ExxonMobil Corp.’s export terminal proposal for the northern Pacific Coast of British Columbia (BC). The supermajor and Canadian affiliate Imperial Oil Ltd. noted the competition in a filing with the National Energy Board (NEB) to build terminal that could export as much as 30 million metric tons a year (mmty) to overseas markets.

July 8, 2013