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11.13.17

As Oil Prices Rise, Global Majors Eyeing Mexico's Deep Waters

As the price of oil rises, an international rush is on for Mexico's untapped deep-water riches.

 

11.13.17

U.S. to Dominate Oil Markets After Biggest Boom in World History

The U.S. will be a dominant force in global oil and gas markets for many years to come as the shale boom becomes the biggest supply surge in history, the International Energy Agency predicted.

 

11.12.17

Chinese investment could begin to pay off within a year

Thrasher: 'We're going full steam ahead, immediately'

 

11.09.17

Keystone XL pipe has adequate commercial support: TransCanada

TransCanada Corp has received adequate support from crude oil shippers on its long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline, but the parties still need to work out specific terms, the company said on Thursday as it reported a rise in quarterly earnings.

 

11.09.17

West Virginia signs investment pact with China Energy

West Virginia officials say they have an agreement with China Energy Investment Corp. Ltd. for the company to invest $83.7 billion in shale gas development and chemical manufacturing in West Virginia over 20 years.

 

11.08.17

Boom! Weekly US crude oil production hits an all-time high

U.S. crude oil production hit an all-time high last week, according to preliminary government data, in another sign of the resilience of American shale drillers.

 

11.08.17

Everything You Need to Understand about Fracking

Video on Bloomberg.com explains the process of hydraulic fracturing.

 

11.07.17

Steve Scalise introduces bill to expand offshore energy incentives to all states

A House Republican leader introduced a comprehensive bipartisan energy bill on Friday that would open up financial incentives for states that allow energy development off their shores.

 

11.07.17

Energy regulators should recognize natural gas is key to reliable grid

In a little over a month's time, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is due to make a decision that could fundamentally alter the way that energy markets operate in much of the United States.

 

11.06.17

'Fear of the future' is not a defense for pipeline sabotage

Recently, a bipartisan group of 84 members of Congress signed a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking if violent acts directed towards energy infrastructure, like recent attacks on pipelines, fall under the current definition of domestic terrorism.

 
 
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