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Recent trends and new technology indicate operators and service companies are thinking outside of the box and experimenting with different methods and techniques to grow production.
TransCanada received approval for the 1,179-mile cross-border pipeline application by the U.S. State Department, ending a years-long battle.
Environmental backers believe California’s methane regulation could be a model for other states.
As the downturn recedes, managing the workforce is once again top of mind for managers and executives.
The engineering contracts follow two others awarded earlier this month for U.S. Gulf of Mexico development.
The French oil major looks to strengthen its portfolio with the Iara and Lapa fields.
Beach Energy, Santos, Strike and Senex have been named recipients of AU$24 million in grants from the South Australian government.
Successfully navigating an abundance of data to decipher what impacts production could set the winners apart from the losers.
Although OPEC’s second-largest oil producer has more than 70 oil fields, only 30% of these are developed or partially developed, according to Iraq’s oil minister.
Costs, corruption and climate change were among the challenges and opportunities discussed by the executives.
CERAWeek panel expresses concern over the ability to serve regions if projects cannot move forward.
Repeal of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s waste prevention rule passed the House, but awaits action from the Senate.