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USMCA Launches Amidst Frayed Relationship Between Mexico Government, Private Sector

USMCA Launches Amidst Frayed Relationship Between Mexico Government, Private Sector

Officials in Mexico celebrated the launch of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) on Wednesday, as the revamped North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) treaty took effect after years of negotiations.  “This is going to be one of the motors of the relaunch of the Mexican economy,” Mexican Finance Minister Arturo Herrera said in a virtual address.…

July 1, 2020
ExxonMobil Builds Woodford War Chest

ExxonMobil Builds Woodford War Chest

ExxonMobil Corp.’s quest to remain the biggest operator in the Ardmore Basin’s Woodford Shale remains on track after the super major agreed to pay $147.5 million to buy the bulk of BNK Petroleum Inc.’s leasehold in the Tishomingo Field.

March 19, 2013

OxyChem Contracts for Texas Ethane Cracker Engineering

CBI said it has been awarded contracts by Occidental Chemical Corp. (OxyChem) for the technology license, basic engineering and front end engineering and design services for a proposed new ethane cracker that is anticipated to have capacity of 1.2 billion pounds per year of ethylene.

October 11, 2012

Keystone XL Re-Application to Feds Two Months Away

The promised re-application of a newly split two-part Keystone XL oil pipeline project to the U.S. State Department is still six to eight weeks away, a Calgary, Alberta-based spokesperson for TransCanada Corp. told NGI’s Shale Daily.

March 20, 2012

GAO Calls for More Port Security as LNG Traffic Grows

Although significant steps have been taken both internationally and domestically to protect liquefied natural gas (LNG), refined product and crude oil tankers from terrorist attacks in recent years, major challenges still exist as the LNG tanker traffic into the United States grows, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) said last week.

January 14, 2008

GAO Calls for More Port Security as LNG Traffic Grows

Although significant steps have been taken both internationally and domestically to protect liquefied natural gas (LNG), refined product and crude oil tankers from terrorist attacks in recent years, major challenges still exist as the LNG tanker traffic into the United States grows, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) said.

January 10, 2008

Rules Refined for Alaska Pipeline Open Season

FERC last Wednesday refined a final rule issued earlier this year that outlines the open season steps potential sponsors must follow when allocating transportation capacity on a long-line system stretching from Alaska’s North Slope to markets in the Lower 48 states.

May 30, 2005

Rules Refined for Alaska Pipeline Open Season

FERC on Wednesday refined a final rule issued earlier this year that identified the open season steps potential sponsors must follow when allocating transportation capacity on a long-line system stretching from Alaska’s North Slope to markets in the Lower 48 states.

May 26, 2005

Williams Energy Partners Gives Greater Control to Unitholders

Tulsa, OK-based Williams Energy Partners LP (WEP), a partnership that transports and stores refined products and ammonia, sought to distance itself from troubled Williams Cos. Inc. last week by making changes to its partnership agreement to give greater control to unitholders.

November 25, 2002

Williams Energy Partners Gives Greater Control to Unitholders

Tulsa, OK-based Williams Energy Partners LP (WEP), a Williams’ partnership affiliate that transports and stores refined products and ammonia, said Monday it has made changes to its partnership agreement to give greater control to unitholders.

November 19, 2002
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