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SPE names Spath as president for 2014

Jun 29, 2012

The Society of Petroleum Engineers has named Jeff Spath, vice-president of industry affairs for Schlumberger Ltd. in Houston, as 2014 president.

Denbury makes executive appointments

Jun 27, 2012

Denbury Resources Inc. has appointed Craig McPherson as senior vice-president and chief operating officer.

Chesapeake names Archie Dunham its nonexecutive chairman

Jun 21, 2012

Chesapeake Energy Corp.’s board appointed Archie W. Dunham, former ConocoPhillips chairman and former chief executive officer of Conoco, as Chesapeake’s new independent nonexecutive chairman. Dunham has had no previous relationship with Chesapeake.

Offshore power of all kinds

Jun 18, 2012

In October 2005, Scottish Enterprise invited me to visit a number of the newer technology companies in Aberdeen.

ATP Oil & Gas appoints chief executive officer

Jun 11, 2012

Houston independent ATP Oil & Gas Corp. has named Matt McCarroll as chief executive officer.

Sieminski begins as new EIA administrator

Jun 5, 2012

Adam Sieminski began service June 4 as the administrator of the US Energy Information Administration. As EIA’s eighth administrator, Sieminski is responsible for directing the nation’s primary energy statistical and analytical agency.

JIP modification improves lateral buckling measurement, prediction

Jun 4, 2012

A modification to the Safebuck joint industry project's V/SuD dimensionless parameter to account for the effect of pipe buoyancy due to soil weight, especially for pipes of deeper initial penetration, could reduce the scatter of predicted response when quantifying lateral buckling of subsea pipelines.

TNK-BP executive to retire, resign from CEO position

May 30, 2012

TNK-BP will be managed by a group of executives who hold powers of attorney related to their areas of responsibility after Chief Executive Officer Mikhail Fridman retires. Fridman’s resignation will be effective in 30 days.

Sechin named president of Rosneft

May 23, 2012

Igor Sechin, chairman of the board of Rosneft and until recently a first deputy prime minister of Russia with responsibilities including energy, has become president of the state-controlled Russian company.

Regulation, good and bad

May 21, 2012

Polarization of US politics distorts conversation about regulation. The oil and gas industry has witnessed too often the default assertion that one side supports regulation while the other opposes it. This is absurd. Regulation exists.

Chesapeake believes asset sales will help ease financial woes

May 21, 2012

Oklahoma City independent Chesapeake Energy Corp. is confident it will complete assets sales to help resolve financial concerns, its chief executive officer told analysts and investors during a conference call in which he also outlined a new $3 billion loan.

API outlines main issues for GOP, Democrats' 2012 platforms

May 21, 2012

The American Petroleum Institute announced it will try to make more access to federally controlled energy resources, commonsense regulations, quicker permit decisions, and market-based renewable and alternative energy research and development provisions in the 2012 Democratic and Republican party platforms.

Salazar applauds collaboration, authorizes eastern Utah gas project

May 21, 2012

US Interior Sec. Ken Salazar hailed the collaboration that made an agreement possible as he signed the record of decision authorizing Anadarko Petroleum Corp.'s Greater Natural Buttes natural gas project in eastern Utah.

Longreach names vice-president, exploration

May 18, 2012

Sydney independent Longreach Oil & Gas Ltd. has appointed Ronald Lansdell as vice-president, exploration.

Continental Resources makes senior management changes

May 18, 2012

Continental Resources Inc., Oklahoma City, Okla., made changes in its senior management.

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