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MARKET WATCH: NYMEX, Brent crude oil prices both rise

Crude oil prices rose modestly on both the New York and London markets Mar. 23 while US analysts awaited a weekly government report on Mar. 25 regarding oil and product inventories.

Barclays: New fracturing regs will have limited effect on US oil, gas output

A recent US rule about hydraulic fracturing on federal and tribal lands will have limited effect on existing US oil and natural gas production, said a Barclays Research analyst in New York.

Lawyer says pipeline not in Tamar gas deal

A lawyer for Eastern Mediterranean Gas Co., owner of the marine pipeline crucial to an agreement signed recently for delivery of natural gas produced offshore Israel to Egypt, has served notice the company is not a party in the deal.

FMC, Technip to form Forsys Subsea venture

International oil field services firms FMC Technologies Inc. and Technip SA have agreed to form Forsys Subsea, a 50-50 joint venture marking the latest collaboration by oil and gas service and supply companies to cope with the deflated global oil price environment.

PAA, Delek enter venture to build Caddo pipeline

Plains All American Pipeline LP (PAA) reported the formation of Caddo Pipeline LLC, a 50-50 joint venture with Delek Logistics Partners LP, to develop the Caddo Pipeline, an 80-mile, 12-in. system between Longview, Tex., and Shreveport, La.

MARKET WATCH: NYMEX crude oil prices bounced up more than $1/bbl

US light, sweet crude prices rose by more than $1/bbl on Mar. 20 on the New York market on release of the Baker Hughes Inc. weekly rig count, which showed the number of rigs drilling in the US has fallen for 15 consecutive weeks.

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Watching Government: Ohio's severance tax battle

Ohio Gov. John R. Kasich praised already enacted tax cuts in his Feb. 24 State of the State address. "Let's keep going, and let the common sense growth strategy of cutting taxes strengthen Ohio, as well as helping us attract the best and brightest to our state," he urged the state's lawmakers.

Chevron, Shell among most active bidders in gulf lease sale

Chevron Corp., ExxonMobil Corp., Royal Dutch Shell PLC, and Statoil ASA mostly led the way as Gulf of Mexico central planning area Lease Sale 235 drew 195 bids on 169 blocks from 42 companies, reported the US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, which held the event Mar. 18 in New Orleans.

ExxonMobil resumes drilling from Point Thomson near ANWR

Following years of legal wrangling, ExxonMobil Corp. has resumed drilling in the high-pressure Point Thomson gas-condensate field on Alaska's North Slope near the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).

USW, Shell reach tentative deal to end strike at US refineries

Royal Dutch Shell PLC and the United Steelworkers union have reached a tentative bargaining agreement over pay, benefits, and health and safety standards for union workers that could settle a more than 6-week unfair labor practice strike in effect at 15 US refineries and associated installations.

TAEP: Year of 'dramatic contraction' under way in Texas oil, gas employment

The Texas Petro Index (TPI) dropped seven points to 299.6 during January compared with December, reflecting low crude oil prices, a falling rig count, and decline in drilling permits.

SPE/IADC: Collaboration, innovation must transcend oil price

Leaders from oil and gas operators and drilling contractors were empanelled Mar. 17 at the 2015 SPE/IADC Drilling Conference & Exposition to tackle the issue of delivering wells in a changing world.

Native what?

The term, "native advertising," has been buzzing around the commercial media world for the last couple of years or so, especially digital media-and what medium isn't digital if it expects to stay, well, around?

Two obsolete laws

New tightening of a logistics squeeze on US oil producers gives Congress the chance to show bipartisan judgment by scuttling two obsolete laws.

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