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API is examining dilbit’s environmental impacts when released

The American Petroleum Institute is studying the properties of diluted bitumen (dilbit) and expects to develop findings about how oil sands crude behaves when it is accidentally released, API Pipeline Director Peter Lidiak told a National Academies hearing on the same subject.

Dunn named president of Questar Pipeline

Micheal Dunn has been named executive vice-president of Questar Corp., Salt Lake City, and president of the company’s interstate pipeline subsidiary, Questar Pipeline. He succeeds Allen Bradley, who will retire June 1.

MARKET WATCH: NYMEX crude oil prices rebound to $50/bbl

Crude oil futures settled higher on the New York market Mar. 9, and the contract for April delivery reached $50/bbl after falling sharply in previous trading sessions. Meanwhile, US natural gas futures prices for April delivery dropped on weather forecasts calling for higher-than-normal temperatures across much of the nation for several days.

Sasol takes more cost-cutting measures as oil prices stay low

Sasol Ltd. hopes to cut $2.5-4.1 billion over a 30-month period, using Dec. 31 as the baseline, in response to what is describes as the “lower-for-longer oil price environment.”

Outlook for US industrial gas use trimmed

Industrial demand for natural gas in the US will rise to 22.1 bcfd in 2020 from 19.8 bcfd in 2012, according to an updated analysis of projects in progress by the Center for Energy Economics (CEE), Bureau of Economic Geology at the University of Texas at Austin.

Ecopetrol appoints Echeverry as chief executive officer

Ecopetrol SA reported it has appointed Juan Carlos Echeverry as its chief executive officer, effective Apr. 6.

Cairn India cuts spending to $500 million for FY 2016

Cairn India Ltd. reported it will cut its capital spending to $500 million from the previously projected $1.2 billion for fiscal year 2016, which begins Apr. 1.

Fire hits Pemex’s Tula refinery

Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) is investigating a fire that took place on Mar. 6 at the resid hydrodesulfurization plant of its 315,000-b/d Miguel Hidalgo refinery in Tula, Hidalgo, Mexico.

GOP senators ask Obama to stop attacks on OCS revenue sharing

Seven Republican US senators asked US President Barack Obama to reconsider his proposal to deprive Gulf Coast states of a fair share of revenue from energy produced off their shores in federally controlled waters as promised under the 2006 Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act (GOMESA).

MARKET WATCH: NYMEX prices fall on strengthening dollar

Oil prices fell more than $1/bbl on the New York market Mar. 6 on a strengthening dollar, prompted by statistics showing the US employment rate was improving.

UDW drilling in deep water?

A March report from the US Energy Information Administration forecasts increased production from the Gulf of Mexico over the next 2 years (OGJ Online, Mar. 3, 2015).

Stigmatizing dissent

Engineers and scientists who work at the core of the oil and gas industry should regret a new attempt to stigmatize Wei-Hock "Willie" Soon.

Watching Government: Why call-ups are continuing

Western Energy Alliance members were fully aware that more significant federal onshore oil and gas policies are being developed in the nation's capital now than in the Rocky Mountains where the independent producers live and work.

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Report notes strong Saudi fiscal 'buffers'

Saudi Arabia has fiscal buffers enabling it to cover projected deficits while oil prices are low for at least 4 years and perhaps more than 8 years, according to an analyst at Arab Petroleum Investments Corp., Dammam.

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