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General Interest 2006 P

  • 03/22/2006 -- CAPP appoints 2006 chair, cochair
    The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers appointed Kathleen E. Sendall, senior vice-president, North American Natural Gas, Petro-Canada, as chair.
  • 03/22/2006 -- IPAA fighting again for federal oil, gas R&D support
    Independent producers are back fighting what has become an annual spring battle to preserve federal support for domestic oil and gas research and development. But the stakes are much greater than a few tax breaks, an Independent Petroleum Association of America official said.
  • 03/22/2006 -- Ex-Novus US unit adopts Medco name
    Medco Energy US LLC is the new name of Novus Louisiana LLC, the Lafayette, La., subsidiary of PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk.
  • 03/22/2006 -- FTC chair opposes antitrust law change
    Evidence does not support imposing merger requirements on the oil and gas industry tougher than those applied to other industries, US Federal Trade Commission Chairman Deborah Majoras told the Antitrust Modernization Commission Mar. 21.
  • 03/23/2006 -- McCaslin to manage Kerr-McGee work in Brazil
    Kerr-McGee Corp. has appointed Kurt McCaslin managing director of Brazil operations.
  • 03/23/2006 -- MARKET WATCH
    Gasoline leads drop in energy prices

    Led by the gasoline market, crude and refined product prices fell Mar. 22 despite a government report of unexpectedly lower US inventories.
  • 03/23/2006 -- Bolivia to nationalize oil and gas by July 12
    The new Bolivian government said it intends to complete the nationalization of the country's hydrocarbon resources by July 12.
  • 03/24/2006 -- Sasol names Mokaba executive director
    Sasol Ltd. has appointed Benny Mokaba executive director, effective May 1.
  • 03/27/2006 -- Tatneft lowers reserves estimates
    OAO Tatneft reduced its previously reported estimate of oil and condensate reserves because of an accounting error. The company, operating in the Volga Republic of Tatarstan, requested an extension with the US Securities and Exchange Commission for filing its 2004 financial results from April to July.
  • 03/27/2006 -- EC clears DONG's merger of power providers
    The European Commission has approved the merger by state-owned Dansk Olie & Naturagas AS (DONG) of Denmark of four regional electric providers.
  • 03/27/2006 -- MARKET WATCH
    May crude futures price climbs above $64/bbl

    The May crude futures price climbed above $64/bbl Mar. 24 in the New York market, with traders looking ahead to summer driving and hurricane seasons.
  • 03/27/2006 -- Big role changes seen for major oil companies
    Publicly traded major oil companies' greatest future contribution may be to supply exploration and production services to national oil companies, an energy consultant suggested Mar. 27.
  • 03/28/2006 -- Neste Oil to sell interest in Ibn Zahr
    Neste Oil Corp. plans to sell its 10% holding in Saudi European Petrochemical Co. (Ibn Zahr) to Saudi Basic Industries Corp. (Sabic) for $120 million.
  • 03/28/2006 -- MARKET WATCH
    Energy prices dip in New York market

    Energy futures prices slipped Mar. 27 in the New York market with historically high levels of crude in storage offsetting strong demand and uncertainty over possible disruptions of production.
  • 03/28/2006 -- Suez Energy appoints Smati president, CEO
    Zin Smati has been named president and chief executive of Suez Energy North America Inc.
  • 03/28/2006 -- EU nations initiate single energy market plan
    The 25 European government heads meeting Mar. 24-25 in Brussels agreed to adopt a plan for a transparent and better-integrated single energy market, but they identified few specific targets, deadlines, or clear data on gas storage capacities and oil stocks.
  • 03/29/2006 -- MARKET WATCH
    NY crude futures exceed $66/bbl on supply worries

    Crude futures prices jumped above $66/bbl in the New York market Mar. 28 among escalating concerns about possible supply disruptions.
  • 03/30/2006 -- Bodman repeats support for ANWR leasing, OCS access
    The administration of President George W. Bush still supports leasing in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and working with coastal states to increase access to the Outer Continental Shelf as ways to reduce reliance on imported oil and gas, US Energy Sec. Samuel W. Bodman said Mar. 29.
  • 03/30/2006 -- MARKET WATCH
    US oil prices holding above $66/bbl

    Crude futures prices held above $66/bbl for a second day in New York Mar. 29 amid concerns about militarism in Nigeria and Iran's nuclear program.
  • 03/30/2006 -- Iraqi officials confirm reduced oil exports
    Iraqi oil officials have confirmed reduced exports of crude oil, largely due to attacks on northern facilities, but are taking steps to ensure continued exports via the country's southern terminals.

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