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July 22, 2022
As the White House and Congress weigh policy levers to provide relief to consumers from rising gas prices, a proposed ban on petroleum exports has become part of the discussion. A new study indicates that could lead to U.S. gross domestic product falling more than $44 billion in 2023 and more than 110,000 jobs would be lost by the end of 2023.
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July 21, 2022
The Biden administration’s plan to crack down on smog in the oil-rich Permian Basin threatens to curb crude production while gasoline prices are near record highs and energy scarcity grips the globe, the industry warned Thursday.
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July 20, 2022
NOIA President Erik Milito said restoring U.S. energy security must include the resumption of domestic offshore oil and gas leasing, which did not happen with Biden’s Wednesday announcement of Executive Actions on Climate to Address Extreme Heat and Boost Offshore Wind.
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July 20, 2022
Iran warned that proposed U.S. legislation targeting the Islamic Republic could further imperil stalled Biden administration efforts to resurrect the moribund nuclear deal.
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July 20, 2022
The U.S. said Mexico’s nationalist energy policies violate North America’s free-trade deal and has requested dispute-settlement talks under the agreement.
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July 19, 2022
The potential emergency order that Biden is mulling would unlock broad executive powers to propel clean-energy construction, restrict oil drilling and curb fossil fuel use.
Article
July 2022
Oilfield electrification has become increasingly important over the last several years, as E&P companies invest in long-term infrastructure in shale play holdings to help achieve net zero goals.
Article
July 2022
The Permian produces billions of barrels of highly saline water every year. Water management must be optimized to facilitate the projected increase in oil and gas production in the coming years. However, new regulations related to induced seismic activity pose major headwinds to water management and production growth.
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July 19, 2022
Canada’s export credit agency is targeting a 15% cut to its financing portfolio for upstream oil and gas production by 2030.
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July 18, 2022
Mewbourne Oil Co., the largest private oil producer in the U.S., said it will remain in the hands of its controlling family after the recent death of its eponymous founder.
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July 18, 2022
More U.S. shale producers should aim for net-zero emissions, while drillers that have already made climate pledges need to set more aggressive timelines to reach their goals, according to investor Kimmeridge Energy Management.
Article
July 2022
Predicting sand erosion, using computer simulation, and exploring ways in which the reliability of the predictions has been enhanced, leading to safer, more efficient operations.
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July 18, 2022
The Canadian government released potential designs for an emissions cap on the oil and gas industry, the next step in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s plan to cut emissions in the sector by 42% by 2030.
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July 14, 2022
As President Biden prepares to meet with Saudi officials on Friday, the American Petroleum Institute released a video once again inviting the president to visit American energy sites and support American producers.
News
July 11, 2022
Suncor Energy Inc.’s chief executive officer stepped down on Friday after a series of fatalities at the company’s oil sands sites shook confidence in its management.
News
July 08, 2022
Employment in the U.S. oilfield services and equipment sector rose by an estimated 4,999 jobs to 633,198 in June, according to preliminary data.
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July 08, 2022
The heart of the U.S. physical oil markets is screaming for supplies even as headline prices swing due to worries about a global recession.
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July 07, 2022
Railroad Commission of Texas Chairman Wayne Christian applauds the Texas oil and gas industry following the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts’ announcement of record-breaking tax revenues from the industry.
News
July 01, 2022
It may not be quite throwing caution to the winds, but the prospect of hefty profits and supply that may not stretch to meet consumer demand is enticing U.S. refiners to run at a 21-month high, testing equipment limits to sustain high rates without breakdowns.
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June 30, 2022
Canada’s economic expansion suffered a minor setback last month after a robust start to the year, driven by a drop in oil production.
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June 29, 2022
Environmental groups sued the Biden administration to block its revival of plans to allow new oil drilling on public land in western states.
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