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Fitch Ratings has cut its short and medium-term oil and natural gas price assumptions in expectation of very large market oversupply in 2020.
The Royal Dutch Shell-led LNG Canada consortium and its engineering, procurement and construction contractor, JGC Fluor, said this week that they would stop flying workers to the terminal’s site in Kitimat, British Columbia.
Cheniere Energy, the leading US exporter of the super-chilled fuel, has said it does not expect the steps it has taken to protect its workers in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic to have an impact on its production.
North Dakota’s regulators and producers are evaluating their options for how to move forward amid a further oil price drop.
More and more US oil companies are rapidly cutting back capital expenditure budgets in response to the collapse in oil prices.
Canada’s already battered energy industry is taking another hit as oil prices tumble to new lows, below the breakeven point for most of the country's producers.
The third liquefaction train at the Freeport LNG export project on the Texas coast has reached the final stage of the commissioning process, which includes the introduction of feed gas.
Oklahoma-based WPX Energy has completed its acquisition of privately held Felix Energy ahead of schedule after receiving approval from shareholders last week.
The US Department of Energy has suspended a planned sale this week of up to 12mn barrels of crude from the country’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve.
ExxonMobil unveiled plans last week to reduce the number of rigs it operates in the US’ prolific Permian Basin. The announcement notably came before the collapse of the OPEC+ talks sent crude prices tumbling.
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway has dropped plans to invest CAD4bn ($2.9bn) into an LNG project proposed for Saguenay, Quebec.
The collapse in crude prices is expected to hit Canada’s already struggling oil industry hard.
Commodity trader Trafigura and Phillips 66 announced on February 28 that they had formed a 50:50 joint venture to develop an deepwater port offshore Texas.
US-based Sempra Energy is making progress at both its existing Cameron LNG export project in Louisiana and its planned Port Arthur facility in Texas.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has issued three draft permits that are required by Canada’s Enbridge to build the Line 3 oil pipeline replacement project.
Weakening LNG demand is weighing on US LNG developer Tellurian, with two pieces of unwelcome news for the company being announced in the past week.
The Canadian and British Columbia governments have reached a tentative agreement with hereditary chiefs of the Wet'suwet'en First Nation to acknowledge land title rights, in a step forward in a dispute relating to the Coastal GasLink pipeline.
Super-major Chevron unveiled a plan this week to return up to $80bn to shareholders through dividends and share buybacks over the next five years.
Leading shale-focused independents EOG Resources and Pioneer Natural Resources beat analyst expectations for fourth-quarter profits, and are well-positioned to outperform their peers as the industry downturn continues.
Questions remain over the future of the oil sands, with some projects better positioned than others to proceed.
Ovintiv, formerly known as Encana, has issued its first set of quarterly results since the company completed its renaming and its re-domicile from Canada to the US.
Pioneer Natural Resources’ CEO, Scott Sheffield, has called on energy investors to punish shale producers with high rates of natural gas flaring by selling shares or pulling funding from them.