Oil & Gas Journal Archive
- Global market recovery gaining momentum, speakers at CSIS forum say
- Regulator shuts down Calgary gas producer
- India awards 31 small-field contracts
- Parks joins Seaport Global Securities as managing director
- MARKET WATCH: NYMEX crude oil holds above $53/bbl despite record oil inventory
- Tamarind gains sole ownership of Tui fields in New Zealand
- EIA data shows 9.5 million-bbl jump in US crude stockpiles
- InterOil shareholders vote to approve second ExxonMobil deal
- Trump signs CR rescinding SEC foreign payment disclosure requirement
- MARKET WATCH: Front-month NYMEX crude makes modest gains
- Colorado AG sues Boulder County over oil, gas moratorium
- Noble Energy to nearly double capital spending in 2017
- Dunn appointed EVP, COO of Williams Cos.
- Chesapeake budgets total capex at $1.9-2.5 billion for 2017
- Favorable executive orders also create challenges, API official says
Light, sweet crude oil prices for March delivery settled at $53/bbl on the New York market Feb. 9, up 66Â¢ for the trading session. It was the highest settlement price since Feb. 6 as the front-month contract has hovered in the $52-53/bbl range all week so far.
About 1.7% of the methane in the US natural gas supply chain is emitted between extraction and delivery, according to a 2-year study by analysts at the US Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory.