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- April 22 2013 - Operations
Natural gas shale plays in the US, Argentina, and China along with US shale oil production could lead to cuts in exports from Russia and the Middle East.
- April 19 2013 - Operations
Massive and growingly sophisticated oil theft operations are threatening current and future E&P operations in Nigeria’s Niger Delta.
- April 18 2013 - Operations
One of the world’s largest oil and gas producers aims to use part of its bountiful gas supply to meet Asia’s future energy needs.
- April 17 2013 - Regulations
Two government agencies have signed an agreement to work together and with potential investors to study Arctic Alaska’s unconventional resources.
- April 15 2013 - Regulations
Issues relating to product pricing, taxation, cost recovery, and sale of gas to Petrobangla were among the concerns raised by international oil companies.
- April 12 2013 - Regulations
An economic assessment of the Petroleum Industry Bill being debated in Nigeria reveals deepwater and natural gas projects could be slammed with tax increases.
- April 10 2013 - Operations
Investors from Asia and the UK are targeting liquids-rich shale plays in the US, forming billions of dollars worth of partnerships.
- April 9 2013 - Completion
The industry is divided on hydraulic fracturing technology. An objective view is needed to sort out the confusion and decide on best processes.
- April 8 2013 - Land & Leasing
Offshore Liberia is gaining attention from large oil and gas companies as the search for hydrocarbons heats up.
- April 5 2013 - Production
The company’s 2012 Oil Sands Report on its Canadian operations shows production increased by more than 60% and carbon dioxide intensity dropped by nearly 24%.