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US produced more oil in 2023 than any country for sixth consecutive year

14 March 2024

The US produced more oil than any country at any time for the past six years in a row, according to the US Energy Information Administration.

Freeport’s feedgas usage drops as restart remains unclear

14 March 2024

The Freeport LNG terminal’s feedgas intake was down by close to 50% over the last week, data from the London Stock Exchange revealed.

NextDecade aims for final investment decision before year end on Rio Grande LNG’s fourth train

13 March 2024

US LNG developer NextDecade Corporation is seeking a positive final investment decision during the second half of 2024 for the fourth train at its Rio Grande LNG terminal, the company revealed.

Chevron resumes drilling operations in Venezuela amid US regulatory pressures

12 March 2024

US oil company Chevron Corp. has resumed drilling operations in the Orinoco belt region of Venezuela, aiming to bolster production amid looming regulatory pressures from Washington.

EQT to curtail production as gas prices flounder

8 March 2024

EQT announced that it had made the strategic decision to curtail about 1bn cubic feet (28.3mn cubic metres) per day of gross production of gas beginning in late February.

Exxon seeks arbitration in Chevron take-over of Hess

8 March 2024

ExxonMobil has filed for arbitration to claims rights in the Chevron take -over of Hess, including Hess’ valuable rights to 30% of the Stabroek Block project off Guyana.

Enbridge to invest $500 mn to bolster Gulf of Mexico presence

8 March 2024

Pipeline operator Enbridge will spend $500mn to improve its pipelines and storage and storage assets to bolster its US Gulf Coast operations.

Trans Mountain to start line fill next month

8 March 2024

Canada’s Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) much-delayed pipeline will start line fill in April, says MEG Energy Corp.

Bill introduced to ban LNG exports to four countries, China included

7 March 2024

Democratic Senators Sherrod Brown of Ohio and Jeff Merkley of Oregon have introduced the Protecting American Households From Rising Energy Costs Act.

Chevron unveils first solar-to-hydrogen production project, idles two Midwest biodiesel plants

6 March 2024

Chevron New Energies, a division of Chevron, announced it is developing a 5-MW hydrogen production project in California’s Central Valley.

SEC issues new climate rule

6 March 2024

A new rule in the US will require all publicly traded companies to disclose ways in which climate change poses significant risks to their business.

US supplies almost half of Europe’s LNG imports in 2023

6 March 2024

The US was Europe’s top supplier of LNG in 2023, marking the third consecutive year it has held that title according to new data from gas intelligence firm CEDIGAZ.

Tellurian expects financing decision on Driftwood this year

6 March 2024

Houston-based LNG developer Tellurian expects a final investment decision to be made before the end of the year on Driftwood LNG plants 1 and 2.

Venezuela grapples with shipping delays as oil exports inch up amidst US sanctions return fears

6 March 2024

Venezuela’s oil exports edged up in February to approximately 670,000 barrels per day, yet persistent shipping delays exacerbated a backlog of tankers awaiting loading, as per documents and vessel tracking data.

Exxon, CNOOC may derail Chevron’s $53bn bid for Hess

1 March 2024

In a surprise move, ExxonMobil and China National Offshore Oil Corp. are asserting that they have the right to pre-empt Chevron’s purchase of Hess’ stake in the prolific deep-water offshore Stabroek field off Guyana.

Trans Mountain Expansion cost estimate balloons again

1 March 2024

The expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline will cost around $2.3bn more than the owner had previously reported in May.

US gas prices fall to more than a quarter-century low

1 March 2024

The US benchmark Henry Hub daily natural gas price averaged $1.50 per mmBtu on February 20.

Wall Street regulator to vote on climate disclosure rules on March 6

1 March 2024

The US Securities and Exchange Commission will vote on March 6 on adopting a proposed new climate rule on whether companies must disclose climate risks for the first time.

Industry group forecasts $29.9bn spending for Canadian oil, gas sector in 2024

29 February 2024

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) forecasts capital expenditures for Canada’s upstream oil and gas sector will reach CAD40.6bn ($29.9bn) in 2024, rising slightly from an estimated actual investment of CAD39bn for 2023.

Hydrogen could have much bigger climate impact than thought, study suggests

28 February 2024

Deploying 'clean' hydrogen could lead to significantly different climate outcomes depending on often-overlooked factors in climate impact evaluations.

Cheniere Energy lowers profit forecast for 2024

26 February 2024

Cheniere Energy, the largest LNG producer in the US, revealed on February 22 on a conference call that it has lowered the firm’s profit forecast for 2024

Venezuela's PDVSA bonds plunge as New York court ruling casts doubt on validity

26 February 2024

State-controlled Petroleos de Venezuela SA bonds plunged following a ruling by New York State's highest court that Venezuelan law will govern the validity of the debt.

Edited by

Anna Kachkova


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