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Biden Administration Resumes Oil, Natural Gas Leasing on Federal Land – With New Twists

Biden Administration Resumes Oil, Natural Gas Leasing on Federal Land – With New Twists

The Biden administration aims to substantially curb new oil and natural gas drilling on public lands as it attempts to combat climate change and emphasize renewable fuels. The White House said it would resume selling leases to drill for oil and gas on federal lands, though the number of acres available declined dramatically and it…

April 18, 2022
Cowboy Saddles Up for PRB Crude Offload Terminal

Cowboy Saddles Up for PRB Crude Offload Terminal

Cowboy Midstream LLC is set to bring online a crude oil truck offload facility in the Powder River Basin (PRB) next month. The Casper, WY-based midstream provider began construction on the Ross Road Terminal in October. The terminal is being built along Cowboy’s Powell Lateral II Pipeline, to which the terminal would be connected.  The…

March 11, 2022
U.S. Energy Sector Pledges Support for Ukraine Amid Russian Invasion

U.S. Energy Sector Pledges Support for Ukraine Amid Russian Invasion

U.S. oil and natural gas leaders this week pledged to support Ukraine in light of Russia’s unprovoked invasion, which roiled financial markets around the world. Russia’s attack against Ukraine, forewarned by Russian President Vladimir Putin for months, came on the heels of major sanctions by the United States and its allies. It also followed Germany’s…

February 25, 2022
Even at $150 Oil, Pioneer Natural to Maintain 0-5% Production Growth, CEO Says

Even at $150 Oil, Pioneer Natural to Maintain 0-5% Production Growth, CEO Says

Pioneer Natural Resources Co. will limit its net annual oil production growth to 0-5% even if the oil price hits $150, a possibility that CEO Scott Sheffield is not ruling out. “I’m getting more and more confident about the long-term oil strip being much higher than we had expected,” Sheffield told analysts on Thursday during…

February 18, 2022
BP, Equinor Pull Out of Mexico Deepwater Block

BP, Equinor Pull Out of Mexico Deepwater Block

Mexican upstream regulator Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos (CNH) has given the green light for the local subsidiaries of European energy giants BP plc and Equinor ASA to pull out of their participation in a deepwater block offshore Veracruz and Tabasco states. The Mexico branch of France’s TotalEnergies SE will now assume control of the Salina…

February 15, 2022
Oil Demand Possibly at Record Levels in 2022, IEA Says

Oil Demand Possibly at Record Levels in 2022, IEA Says

Oil consumption could surge more than previously expected and reach record levels this year, a global energy watchdog said, as restrictions to combat the coronavirus ease faster than anticipated, global economic growth mounts and pent-up travel demand unfurls. The International Energy Agency (IEA), in its monthly oil outlook report on Friday, projected global oil demand…

February 14, 2022
Inclusive Energy Gains Williston Foothold for OFS Across Canada, U.S. Region

Inclusive Energy Gains Williston Foothold for OFS Across Canada, U.S. Region

Calgary-based Inclusive Energy Ltd. has secured a market for its oilfield services (OFS) with an agreement to fund drilling in the northeastern corner of the Williston Basin, both in the United States and Canada. The agreement announced Wednesday by the oilfield services (OFS) company is to provide services in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, as well as…

December 17, 2021
CFE Maintenance Works Could Benefit Entire Mexico Grid, Seasoned Lawyer Says

CFE Maintenance Works Could Benefit Entire Mexico Grid, Seasoned Lawyer Says

The overhaul of some of Mexico’s aging power plants by state utility Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) could improve the working of the power grid, José Luis Herrera Vaca, founding partner of Herrera Abogados SC and seasoned Mexico energy lawyer, told NGI’s Mexico GPI. “One of the most ambitious projects the CFE is carrying out…

December 10, 2021
NOLA Terminal on Mississippi Designed for Largest Crude Tankers Ever

NOLA Terminal on Mississippi Designed for Largest Crude Tankers Ever

NOLA Oil Terminal LLC has begun construction on the first phase of a $930 million oil and refined products terminal on the Mississippi River in Plaquemines Parish, LA. “NOLA Oil Terminal will be the first of its kind in the region, allowing Mississippi River access for much larger vessels, such as the New-Panamax and the…

December 10, 2021
Canada Regulators Say No to Long-Term Oil Contracts on Enbridge Mainline

Canada Regulators Say No to Long-Term Oil Contracts on Enbridge Mainline

A 28-month fight over access to Enbridge Inc.’s oil Mainline ended in defeat Friday for its plan to sell decades-long contracts to fill 90% of the conduit’s capacity for 3 million b/d to a handful of refineries and brokers. “Mainline contracting would likely reduce the access to pipeline capacity realistically available to certain shippers,” said…

November 29, 2021
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