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US Secretary of Energy approves Jordan Cove LNG exports
As a new free trade agreement takes effect in North America, some industry observers remain concerned about Mexico’s willingness to remove obstacles to US investors.
The Newfoundland & Labrador Oil & Gas Industries Association (Noia) has called on the Canadian government to provide more support to developers of offshore hydrocarbon fields.
Dominion Energy and Duke Energy have opted not to move forward with the construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) along a 970-km route through West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina.
COVID-19 continues to depress demand for LNG and batter exports, though some positive signs have emerged amid a generally bearish outlook for the coming months.
Two leading oil price reporting agencies – Argus Media and S&P Global Platts – announced last week that they were launching new oil benchmarks on June 26 to reflect the price of US Gulf Coast-traded crude on tankers.
Exports from the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (LOOP) are reaching record highs, which may be seen as surprising given that overall US crude exports have fallen.
District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine has filed a lawsuit against ExxonMobil, Chevron, BP and Royal Dutch Shell, accusing the companies of misleading consumers about the role their products play in causing climate change.
The government of Alberta has extended an investigation into whether foreign money is being used to fund anti-oil protests in the province.
Canada’s Enbridge has been given permission by a judge in Ingham County, Michigan, to reopen part of the damaged Line 5 in the Straits of Mackinac.
Officials in Alaska have approved part of the sale of BP’s portfolio in the state to privately owned Hilcorp Energy.