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US independent Murphy Oil has announced that it is proceeding with three new projects in the deepwater US Gulf of Mexico.
Occidental Petroleum has sold $13bn of bonds to help finance its $38bn acquisition of Anadarko Petroleum.
Chevron has reported strong profits for the second quarter of 2019, while rival super-major ExxonMobil reported a year-on-year drop owing to low weaker natural gas prices and higher maintenance costs.
Plains All American Pipeline has completed its Cactus II pipeline from the Permian Basin in West Texas to the Corpus Christi area on the Texas Gulf Coast.
Q2 profit significantly above market average expectation mainly thanks to hefty deferred tax gain recorded by oil refiner.
Pipeline operators are finding ways of sending more Canadian oil to US refiners, despite the fact that no major new pipelines are coming online, and any proposals tend to be held up by regulatory delays and litigation.
Shell Offshore has made a final investment decision for the PowerNap deepwater project in the US Gulf of Mexico.
The US Department of Energy has approved exports from Kinder Morgan’s Gulf LNG project, which would be located in Jackson County, Mississippi.
The US is now the world’s third-largest LNG exporter but the US-China trade war still threatens further expansion