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Oil & Gas Journal Archive
- Mahakam partners sign bridging agreements
- Fiscal 2018 budget blueprint reflects Trump’s energy priorities
- MARKET WATCH: Crude oil prices snap losing streak on lower US inventory, Saudi rising production
- BLM completes EA for proposed exploration in North Dakota
- IEA: Market deficit of 500,000 b/d could occur in first half
- EIA: US crude stockpiles edge down for first time in 10 weeks
- MARKET WATCH: Crude oil prices volatile as world, US inventory reports released
- Pruitt stays EPA’s risk management plan rule 90 days for review
- Better agency coordination needed for energy projects, senators told
- Schlotterbeck becomes EQT chief executive
- RPSEA, SEAM to partner on future energy research
- ACCF urges US Senate to pass CRA measure repealing BLM methane rule
- Barclays: Global E&P spending growth revised to 9% for 2017
- MARKET WATCH: Crude oil prices dropping, analysts expect volatility
- EC reports Gazprom commitments on supplying gas to eastern Europe
The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management released the final multi-sale environmental impact statement for Gulf of Mexico oil and gas lease sales it has scheduled for 2017-22. The 10 scheduled sales will be in BOEM’s western and central planning areas and in part of its eastern planning area.
Light, sweet crude oil prices settled below $50/bbl on Mar. 9 for the first time since December when members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and other major producers struck a deal to curb oil output.
A series of failures to apply basic safety management practices may have contributed to an assistant driller’s death in a Mar. 16, 2016, accident on Gulf of Mexico Green Canyon Block 18, the US Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement said as it released a report of its investigation.