Accord signed for Venezuela-Argentina gas line
Presidents Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, Néstor Kirchner of Argentina, and Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of Brazil, on Dec.
Barriers seen on industry’s digital technology path
Oil companies’ growing use of digital technologies could boost world oil and gas reserves, but the industry must overcome barriers to gathering, managing, and sharing data, participants agreed at a recent roundtable discussion.
Company News: E&P firms continue to set 2006 capital budget plans
US-based oil and gas companies continue to report their capital spending plans for 2006.
E&P exemption eyed for storm-water permits
The US Environmental Protection Agency has proposed modifications to storm-water regulations under the Clean Water Act that would exempt oil and gas exploration and production.
Editorial: A lingering supply issue
A year of rocky energy politics left unresolved too many issues crucial to US energy supply.
ExxonMobil: Energy demand to increase 50% by 2030
Energy demand, driven by economic progress and population growth, will increase about 50% from the current 205 million boe/d level to 335 million boe/d by 2030, reported ExxonMobil Corp.
PERSONNEL MOVES AND PROMOTIONS
Flint Hills Resources, a subsidiary of Koch Industries Inc., has named Executive Vice-Pres.
Watching the World: Iraq’s war over oil
The administration of US President George W. Bush has always denied that the war in Iraq was over oil.