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The US’ largest oilfield services firms, Schlumberger, Halliburton and Baker Hughes, have all reported a further set of losses for the third quarter of 2020.
Kinder Morgan has received permission from the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to begin construction on the Acadiana natural gas expansion project in Louisiana.
ConocoPhillips, the largest independent US oil and gas producer, has unveiled a goal of net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from its operations by 2050.
Houston-based sustainable infrastructure company Merit SI announced last week that it had completed construction on a solar power plant that will directly help power a compressor station on a natural gas pipeline.
The Canadian government has approved a CAD2.3bn ($1.7bn) expansion of the Alberta portion of TC Energy’s Nova Gas Transmission Ltd (NGTL) gas-gathering and transportation system.
Two further major M&A deals involving US oil producers have been confirmed over the past week as consolidation picks up.
Certain developments in recent days illustrate the scale of ongoing challenges for the oil and gas industry, but various players are forging ahead undeterred.
A handful of liquefaction terminals around the world are dealing with unplanned outages.
According to a Bloomberg report, ConocoPhillips is in talks to acquire shale producer Concho Resources, with a deal potentially coming in the next few weeks.
Diamondback Energy released an operational update on its third-quarter performance this week. The results show that the company’s production fell slightly on the previous quarter to 287,300 barrels of oil equivalent per day.
The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has given Equitrans Midstream permission to resume some construction on the Mountain Valley pipeline from Virginia to West Virginia.
Oil and gas production was coming back online in the US Gulf of Mexico this week following the latest weather-related disruptions, this time caused by Hurricane Delta.
Alberta’s oil output remains below what it was prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and the path forward looks increasingly challenging for the province’s producers.
The Permian Basin is set to experience a net decline in production this year and does not need as much pipeline capacity as anticipated, but it is exporting more gas to Mexico and deliveries may continue to increase.
Houston-based NextDecade announced last week that it would be targeting carbon neutrality at its proposed Rio Grande LNG project in Brownsville, Texas.
Oil prices and energy demand are under pressure on both sides from storms, COVID-19 outbreaks and climate concerns.
An LNG cargo was shipped from Sempra Energy’s Cameron LNG terminal in Louisiana on October 5, the first since it was shut down in response to Hurricane Laura. However, the terminal is now being shut again ahead of Hurricane Delta.
Pioneer Natural Resources, a leading Permian Basin-focused shale driller, has reportedly laid off 300 more people this week.
Chevron has overtaken ExxonMobil to become the US’ largest oil and gas company by market capitalisation. Chevron was valued at $142bn on October 7, edging ahead of ExxonMobil at $141.6bn.
The closing of Chevron’s acquisition of Noble Energy comes as M&A activity in the US energy industry appears to be picking up.
North American midstream player TC Energy has proposed buying all of the shares of TC PipeLines, an indirect subsidiary and master limited partnership (MLP), that it does not already own.
Canada’s Suncor Energy has unveiled plans to cut its staff numbers by up to 15% over the next 18 months.