FERC has approved a Marathon Petroleum Corp. subsidiary’s request to convert the Kenai liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in Alaska to import operations. Trans-Foreland Pipeline Co. LLC filed an application to import natural gas earlier this year at the terminal in Nikiski on the Kenai Peninsula. The facility began operating in 1969 and for…
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A slew of Lower 48 oil and natural gas producers reacted swiftly to the plummet in crude prices Monday by reducing planned spending and activity through the rest of the year.
Marathon Petroleum Corp. Chairman and CEO Gary Heminger, 66, plans to step down in 2020 after more than eight years at the helm to assuage the concerns of activist investors.
Activist hedge fund Elliott Management Corp., whose funds collectively own about 2.5% of Marathon Petroleum Corp. (MPC), is pushing the Findlay, OH-based operator to separate its midstream, refining and convenience store businesses to unlock more value.
Noble Energy Inc. has sanctioned the Alen natural gas development offshore Equatorial Guinea (EG), considered a major step toward creating a global exporting hub that would be operated by Marathon Oil Corp.
Marathon Oil Corp. has shifted into heavy development mode in Oklahoma’s stacked plays, even as it touts other basins and the diversity of holdings that include prolific basins in North Dakota and Texas-New Mexico.
Dallas-based Lucid Energy Group has agreed to expand its natural gas gathering and processing in the Permian Basin of New Mexico with a subsidiary of Marathon Oil Co., and to commission a cryogenic processing plant in Lea County.
Marathon Oil Corp., which is working the Permian Basin, Eagle Ford and Bakken shales, in Oklahoma and the emerging Louisiana Austin Chalk, has raised 2018 production guidance by 5% to to 25-30% while maintaining the $2.3 billion capital budget.
Northeast midstream giant MPLX LP produced a record 395,000 b/d of ethane and heavier natural gas liquids in the Marcellus and Utica shales during the first quarter of 2018, up 18% year/year, President Michael Hennigan said Monday.