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  • 12/07/2000 -- Exploration/Development news briefs, Dec. 7
    US Minerals Management Service � Westfort Energy � Patterson Petroleum � Panaco � Millennium Energy � Swift Energy � Rocky Mountain Gas � Suncor Energy America � Beta Oil & Gas � Parallel Petroleum � Pease Oil & Gas � Statoil � Amerada Hess � Norsk Hydro � Miller Petroleum � CanArgo Energy � Trans Energy � Houston Exploration � Esenjay Exploration � Samedan Oil � Santos USA � Kerr-McGee � PanCanadian Petroleum � TAP Oil � SK Corp.
  • 12/04/2000 -- Exploration/Development news briefs, Dec. 4
    Canadian Oil and Gas Directorate � Common Data Access � Petroleum Geo-Services � Central African Republic � RSM Production � Samedan Oil � Chevron USA Production � Pogo Canada � PanCanadian Petroleum � Compton Petroleum
  • 12/19/2000 -- Electric Power news briefs, December 19
    Calpine Corp. ... Power Systems Mfg. LLC ... Southern Energy Inc. ... Potomac Electric Power Co. ... Questar Corp. ... Scana Corp. ... FortisUS Energy Corp. ... Allegheny Energy Inc. ... American Electric Power Co. Inc. ... Exelon Corp. ... Sithe Energies Inc. ... PSEG Americas Ltd. ... Inverder SA
  • 12/13/2000 -- Skilling elected Enron CEO; Lay retains chairman's post
    Enron Corp. Pres. Jeffrey K. Skilling has been elected chief executive officer of Enron Corp. effective Feb. 12, 2001. Kenneth L. Lay will continue to serve as chairman of the board, putting to rest talk that Lay may take a job in Washington, DC, if Texas Gov. George W. Bush becomes US president, Skilling said in a statement.
  • 12/05/2000 -- Electric Power news briefs, December 5
    ScottishPower PLC ... PSEG Waterford Energy LLC ... American Transmission System Inc. ... New York Mercantile Exchange ... Detroit Edison Co. ... Intergraph Corp. ... Virginia Natural Gas Co. ... AGL Energy Services ... Progress Energy Inc. ... First Choice Power Inc. ... TNP Enterprises Inc. ... Koch Gateway Pipeline Co. ... Bay Gas Storage Company Ltd. ... PPL Corp. ... Northwest Power Enterprises Inc. ... Pinnacle West Capital Corp. ... Nevada Power Co. ... Edison Mission Energy ...SolArc
  • 11/30/2000 -- NGPL to extend pipeline into St. Louis market
    Kinder Morgan Inc. subsidiary Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America (NGPL) will extend its system into east St. Louis, Mo., by constructing a 47-mile, 300 Mdth/d pipeline from Centralia, Ill., to Illinois Power Co.'s natural gas distribution system in St. Louis. The $35 million, 24-in. project will be completed in June 2002.
  • 11/21/2000 -- Indian government split on LNG policy
    India's government remains split on the nation's policy toward liquefied natural gas imports and has asked the petroleum ministry to propose a policy. Meanwhile, Gaz de France (GdF) is working on a $2 billion, 5 million tonne/year LNG project at Dahej on the northeast coast of Gujarat state.
  • 11/07/2000 -- Transportation news briefs, Nov. 7
    Colorado Interstate Gas � Ridgelake Energy � Torch � Projects Specialists � TransMountain PipeLine � National Fuel Gas Supply � Empire State Pipeline � Williams
  • 11/29/2000 -- Offshore West Africa to lead industry spending by 2005
    Capital investment in field developments off West Africa is expected to outpace spending in all other offshore oil and gas provinces in the next decade, leaping five-fold to roughly $10 billion per annum by 2005, according to a new report from UK analysts Douglas-Westwood Ltd. and data specialists Infield Systems Ltd. The authors of the report expect France's TotalFinaElf will take up the dominant position as operator in the region.
  • 11/09/2000 -- Regional unrest shuts in some Indonesian production
    Indonesians ignited woodpiles around PT Caltex Pacific Indonesia wellheads in Riau province Monday in a protest demanding land compensation. The fires burned 2 hr, causing up to $240,000 in damages. The wells were expected to be shut in at least a week, halting 500-b/d in production.
  • 11/06/2000 -- Amerada Hess to acquire Lasmo for $3.5 billion
    Amerada Hess Corp. announced plans Monday to acquire Lasmo PLC in a $3.5 billion stock and cash acquisition, a deal that will make Amerada Hess one of the largest global E&P companies. The merger will increase Amerada Hess' production to an expected 582,000 boe/d in 2001, up from 374,000 boe/d in 2000. Amerada Hess said it will gain reserves at $5.49/boe.
  • 11/30/2000 -- STAR program launches new partnership
    The EPA is expanding its volunteer STAR program to promote cost-effective management practices that could reduce more than 70%�as much as 25 bcf�of the natural gas annually lost by the gathering and processing segment of the industry.
  • 11/01/2000 -- Santa Barbara County seeks to restrict Gaviota plant activity
    Santa Barbara County�s Planning Commission wants Arguello Inc.�s Gaviota processing plant closed to potentially large amounts of new offshore oil and gas processing. Although the 4-0 decision on Monday may slam the door on that location for others, 'I don�t believe it changes any of our plans,' said Tom Gladney, Arguello Inc.�s project manager.
  • 11/21/2000 -- Finance/Companies news briefs, Nov. 21
    Parker Drilling � Nabors Alaska Drilling � Bargo Energy � Chevron � Texaco � Samson Canada � Petro-Canada � ENI � Gaz de France � MarkWest Hydrocarbon � Crosstex Energy Services � Tejas Gas Transmission
  • 11/16/2000 -- Finance/Companies news briefs, Nov. 16
    Esso � Heerema Tonsberg � Honeywell � Playa � Marathon Oil � Nexen � Plains Resources � KeySpan � Eastern Enterprises � EnergyNorth � Empire Energy � Commonwealth Energy � Westcoast Energy � AEC Oil & Gas � Gulf Canada Resources � Crestar Energy � Petro-Canada � Landmark Graphics � Brashear Group � GEOCAN Energy � Heerema Holding Construction � INTEC Engineering � Omega Natchiq � Texaco Lubricants � Distributeur D'Accessoires Distac � El Paso Europe
  • 11/08/2000 -- TotalFinaElf service station sell off gets green light
    The European Commission (EC) has finally approved the latest list submitted by TotalFinaElf SA of buyers for those service stations in France it had to divest on anti-competition grounds following its merger with Elf Aquitaine SA. The original list, submitted in September, had been rejected by the EC on the grounds it did not allow for sufficient competition on the country's highway network.
  • 11/01/2000 -- Canadian ExxonMobil units enter cooperation agreements
    Imperial Oil Ltd. and Mobil Oil Canada Ltd., Calgary agreed to share common business and operational support services and to jointly pursue new exploration opportunities in Canada, Imperial said Wednesday. Through those agreements, the companies expect to realize combined annual savings of about $40 million.
  • 11/22/2000 -- Exploration/Development news briefs, Nov. 22
    ONGC � McMoRan Exploration � Ocean Energy � Samedan Oil � Talisman Energy � China National Petroleum � Petronas � Sudan government � Isramco � Naphtha Israel Petroleum
  • 11/17/2000 -- Alaska sells 149 North Slope tracts
    Alaska sold 149 tracts for $10.6 million at a North Slope area wide oil and gas lease sale Nov. 15. A consortium of Phillips Alaska Inc., AEC Oil and Gas Co., and Chevron USA submitted the sale's high bid, $669,024.
  • 11/10/2000 -- Exploration/Development news briefs, Nov. 10
    Quicksilver Resources � Vintage Petroleum � International Oil & Gas � Harken Energy
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