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Permian Highway Pipeline now in service | KOSA

ODESSA, Texas (KOSA) – The Permian Highway Pipeline has begun full commercial in-service to start the new year. According to Kinger Morgan Inc., the pipeline began full service on January 1. It will deliver natural gas to Katy, Texas, with connections to markets along the Gulf Coast and in Mexico. The pipeline aims to help […]

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Interior finalizes plan to open 80 percent of Alaska petroleum reserve to drilling|The Hill

The Trump administration on Monday finalized plans to open more than 80 percent of Alaska’s National Petroleum Reserve (NPRA) to oil drilling, pushing ahead over objections from environmentalists who have already challenged the plans in court.  The decision from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) opens more than 18 million acres to oil and gas […]

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The Best-Performing Energy Companies Of 2020 | Forbes

It was a brutal year in the energy sector in 2020, but there were a few bright spots. Robert Rapier In 2020, the energy sector got hit with the triple-whammy of a price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia, demand destruction as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, and perceptions that oil is about to […]

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Oil edges higher, but posts 20% annual drop in tumultuous 2020 | Reuters

Global crude prices edged higher on Thursday but lost more than a fifth of their value in 2020, as lockdowns to combat the novel coronavirus depressed economic activity and sent oil markets reeling. — Read on http://www.reuters.com/article/us-global-oil/oil-edges-higher-but-posts-20-annual-drop-in-tumultuous-2020-idUSKBN295044

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Fossil, Renewable Energy Advocates Alike Applaud Passing of $2.3T Spending Bill – Natural Gas Intelligence

Proponents of the natural gas, oil and renewable energy sectors all found something to like about a $2.3 trillion omnibus spending and coronavirus relief package passed late Monday by the House and Senate. The American Petroleum Institute (API) praised legislators for including several provisions from Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s (R-AK) American Energy Innovation Act, including parts […]

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Shale oil slump burns private equity interest – Argus

Private equity (PE) investors are accelerating a shift away from the US shale oil sector amid diminishing returns caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Over the past decade, private equity firms have poured tens of billions of dollars into the US oil and gas industry, especially as the shale revolution gained full steam. Their funding helped […]

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Permian natural gas pipeline on hold, market struggles amid COVID-19 | Current-Argus

A natural gas pipeline that would have connected producers in the Permian Basin with export and refinery markets in the Gulf Coast was halted as the fossil fuel industry struggles amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic led to several states and countries enacting travel bans and other business restrictions intended to slow the spread of […]

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French power utility Engie pulls out of U.S. LNG deal | Reuters

PARIS, Nov 3 (Reuters) – French gas and power utility Engie has pulled out of a major U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) import deal after government concerns about its environmental implications.
Late last month the French government had asked Engie to hold off from signing the deal with NextDecade Corp amid growing scrutiny of the effects of shale gas extraction methods such as fracking and their impact on climate change through methane emissions.

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ConocoPhillips to Buy Shale Rival Concho for $9.7 Billion – WSJ

The acquisition gives ConocoPhillips, the largest oil producer in Alaska, a much larger footprint in the hottest oil field in the U.S., the Permian Basin of Texas and New Mexico. The combined company would be the largest U.S. oil independent, with output in the Permian second only to Occidental Petroleum Corp. , according to a JPMorgan Chase & Co. […]

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