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March 27, 2024
There’s “a lot of desire out there to have more than one Haynesville stock on the market,” Andrea Passman, chief operating officer at Aethon Energy, said at a conference in Shreveport, Louisiana, on Wednesday.
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March 27, 2024
Drillers in the Permian basin told the survey they could profitably bore new wells with a crude price of $65 a bbl, well below the $83 actual price during the period in which opinions were gathered. The snag, however, is concern that the Biden administration may impose costly regulatory changes that would gut future profitability, survey respondents said.
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March 25, 2024
Judge Christopher Copper ruled in favor of the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) greenhouse gas (GHG) analysis that served as the basis of the sale of 162 leases in Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Nevada, and Colorado.
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March 21, 2024
During the discussion and following press conference, Gov. Dunleavy made it clear that Alaskan resources are “extraordinary” due to the state’s unique location and history. Alaska’s proven reserves include over 100 Tcf of natural gas and billions of barrels of oil.
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March 19, 2024
Lance predicted that first production from its Willow development will occur in “four more winters.” The CEO applauded the project as an important boost for Alaska’s economy, creating many jobs and enhancing the U.S.’ energy security.
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March 15, 2024
The number of U.S. rigs drilling for oil rose by six to 510, the biggest mark since Sept. 15, according to data released by Baker Hughes Co. on Friday. After months of relatively low growth, shale operators have now added more than a dozen rigs since mid-February.
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March 15, 2024
Rig 257 is a Flex 3 1,500HP drilling rig fully capable of drilling the planned well and managing the high reservoir pressures expected to be encountered.
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March 14, 2024
Subsea7 will be responsible for the engineering, construction, and installation of the subsea umbilicals, risers, and flowlines, as well as the associated subsea architecture.
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March 14, 2024
Advanced AI is gaining a foothold in the oil field as drillers and producers are relentlessly focused on improving efficiency. While the technology is being tested around the globe, the U.S. is perhaps the most important spot to watch.
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March 13, 2024
Today marks 15 years since Flight 491 crashed in the waters off Newfoundland and Labrador, resulting in the loss of 17 of the 18 people on board. Energy NL remembers these individuals, the survivor, as well as the family and friends who lost a loved one on that tragic day.
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March 13, 2024
Axis' EPIC RIG provides improvements in safety and efficiency, as well as the ability to run on grid power for reduced emissions and increased fuel flexibility.
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March 12, 2024
Under the MOU, Suncor is progressing early stage technical and commercial feasibility assessments to determine the quality and quantity of economically recoverable mineable ore on Lease 174C, which is FMFN Reserve Land.
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March 12, 2024
The subsea portion of the project includes the installation of three infield subsea pipeline systems, as well as the design and fabrication of subsea structures. The pipelines will run from the wellsite to the Salamanca floating production facility.
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March 12, 2024
For the full year 2024, Talos expects average daily production between 89,000 and 95,000 boed, an increase from the previous guidance of between 87,000 and 93, 000 boed.
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March 11, 2024
The data shows that U.S. crude oil and condensate production averaged 12.9 MMbpdin 2023, breaking the previous U.S. and global record of 12.3 million bpd set in 2019. Average monthly U.S. oil production established a monthly record high in December 2023 at over 13.3 MMbpd.
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March 11, 2024
TGS has expanded the coverage of its CO2 storage assessment datasets by adding eight additional U.S. onshore basins. These basins include Gulf Coast Onshore, Permian, Illinois, Michigan, Appalachia, North Dakota, Sacramento-San Joaquin and DJ, including interpretation on more than 43,000 wells across 378 million acres.
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March 11, 2024
The $7.6 billion conduit is due to be completed in the second quarter. It will take natural gas from the land-locked Marcellus shale basin in Appalachia to markets in the Southeast and, potentially, to liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals on the Gulf Coast.
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March 05, 2024
Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc. has executed a two-year contract extension with a subsidiary of bp in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico for the Ocean BlackHornet, commencing in February 2025. This contract extension represents approximately $350 million dollars of additional backlog.
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February 2024
At one point, 2024 was shaping up to be the Canadian oil patch’s big comeback year. But price volatility and a federal government that singles out fossil fuels in its climate crusade have plunged the industry into greater uncertainty and dimmed hope that Canada might again step to the international hydrocarbons forefront.
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February 2024
Active natural gas wells saw a slight increase in the U.S. during 2023 of 0.9%, to 496,756 total wells, compared with 492,197 in 2022. Accordingly, total marketed gas production in the U.S. also saw an increase.
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March 04, 2024
EQT will curtail about 30 to 40 Bcf of net natural gas production through March in response to low prices, it said in a statement Monday. That’s 5% to 7% of the company’s quarterly output, based on fourth-quarter results. Total U.S. natural gas production is about 100 Bcfd, down slightly from a record earlier this year.
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