Editorial: A fuel price warning
The US Energy Information Administration last month issued an important warning not likely to have made for fun reading in Congress.
CGES: OPEC capacity to rise 1 million b/d this year
Members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries expect to increase their total production capacity by more than 1 million b/d in 2006 through new discoveries and increases in existing fields.
COMPANY NEWS - Gaz de France, Suez boards agree to merger agreement
Gaz de France (GdF) and the energy and environmental services conglomerate Suez, both of Paris, have agreed to merge.
Nexant sees ‘turning point’ for chemicals from coal
Recent increases in oil and gas prices have pushed the chemical industry to a “strategic turning point” for the use of coal to produce chemicals, said officials at Nexant Inc.
North Slope producers, Alaska reach gas line accord
Alaska and all three North Slope producers have agreed on a natural gas pipeline contract, said Gov.
PERSONNEL MOVES AND PROMOTIONS
Total SA named Charles Mattenet senior vice-president, Asia and Far East, a position formerly held by Michel Seguin, who was promoted to senior vice-president, Americas.
Supreme Court upholds unified Equilon gasoline, product pricing
Shell Oil Co. and Texaco Inc. did not violate federal antitrust laws by unifying gasoline and other product prices in their Equilon Enterprises downsteam joint venture, the US Supreme Court ruled Feb 28.
Watching Government: Warm January cools gas use
So just what did January’s record warmth do to the US natural gas market?
Watching the World: Of tyrants and spigots
Do foreign tyrants really have their hands on the spigots that control oil flowing to the US? President George W.