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Teck withdraws oil sands application prior to federal decision
Canada’s Teck Resources has withdrawn its application to build the Frontier oil sands mine, just days before the federal government was due to make a decision on the project.
South Korea leans more heavily on US oil
South Korea’s imports of crude oil from the US more than doubled in 2019 as refiners sought to diversify their supply portfolios and 2020 is expected to follow a similar trend.
North Dakota continues to struggle with flaring
Flaring of associated natural gas production continues to pose challenges in North Dakota’s Bakken play, with efforts to reduce the practice falling short of state targets.
TC Energy talks up gas pipeline expansion plans
Canada’s TC Energy has said that it will continue to invest in expanding its gas pipeline network across North America but remains cautious on the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Shale producer results start to roll in
A handful of shale producers released their results for the fourth quarter of 2019 this week, with more set to follow and several trends already emerging.
EIA forecasts slow short-term shale growth
The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) has forecast that short-term output growth will be slow across the country’s leading shale regions between this month and next.
Enbridge to acquire Rio Bravo pipeline from NextDecade
Enbridge has struck a deal to buy the planned Rio Bravo gas pipeline, which will supply the proposed Rio Grande LNG project, from NextDecade.
Coastal GasLink pipeline fight intensifies
Protests against the planned Coastal GasLink pipeline have escalated, disrupting transport networks across Canada in solidarity with hereditary chiefs of a British Columbia First Nation that oppose the project.
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