PWC: World natural gas markets undergoing transformation
Natural gas markets are changing worldwide, and although the pace of change varies by region, the overall challenge for energy companies is to deliver a market model with investment incentives, customer demand, reduced costs, and competitive prices, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP said in a recent report.
API's Cavaney addresses US House on plight of US gas supplies
In a letter presented July 24 to the US House of Representatives, American Petroleum Institute Pres. Red Cavaney addressed the plight of the supply of natural gas in the US in the coming years.
US companies run governance risks in some countries
Many oil-producing countries with the biggest reserves don't measure up to international standards for open governments and human liberties, putting US oil companies at risk of possible governance violations through their operations in those nations, Petroleum Industry Research Foundation Inc. (PIRINC), New York, reported.
Watching Government - Angola and IMF
Attractive geology and reform-minded politicians make Angola an encouraging place to drill for oil.
Point of View: Unit's Nikkel: US onshore drilling remains attractive
Technology keeps the US onshore appealing to oil and gas producers and drilling contractors, says the chief executive of a company active in both businesses.
Company News: Multinationals active in exchanging property interests
Multinational oil and natural gas companies are pursuing more property and equity deals.
Personnel Moves & Promotions: Total promotes three executives to higher vice-president positions
Total SA has promoted three executives and announced that Jean-Luc Vermeulen, Total executive vice-president and president, upstream, will retire.