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OPEC sees flat demand for members’ crude in ‘08

Jul 23, 2007 The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries expects demand for its members’ crude oil to change little next year as limits on global refining capacity continue to support oil prices.

OPEC: Uncertainty fogs world oil outlook

Jul 23, 2007 Producers’ current investment decisions may be clouded by such questions as the extent to which nonconventional fuels may be produced and used in the future and the effects those fuels may have on oil demand, said the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries in the group’s 2007 World Oil Outlook.

OPEC sees flat demand for members' crude in '08

Jul 16, 2007 The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries expects demand for its members' crude oil to change little next year as limits on global refining capacity continue to support oil prices.

SPECIAL REPORT: Global ethylene capacity increases slightly in 2006

Jul 16, 2007 The global ethylene industry added only 245,100 tonnes/year (tpy) of capacity in 2006, a large decrease from the 2005 addition of 4.4 million tpy, according to the latest Oil & Gas Journal survey.

IEA: Oil market to stay tight through 2012

Jul 11, 2007 The oil market, despite 4 years of elevated prices, will tighten further by 2012, predicts the International Energy Agency, Paris.

SPECIAL REPORT: Canadian, US processors adding capacity to handle additional oil sands production

Jul 9, 2007 Refiners in the US and operators in Canada are adding capacity to handle additional volumes of bitumen and synthetic crude oils from increased oil sands production.

BHP to develop Pyrenees fields off Australia

Jul 3, 2007 BHP Billiton has received formal approvals and will proceed with development of three shallow-water Pyrenees fields on Block WA-12-R in the Exmouth subbasin off Western Australia.

OGJ Newsletter

Jul 2, 2007 The trends of declining natural gas well productivity and reserves-to-well ratios are expected to continue through 2015 across all 50 gas basins in the US and Canada, Cambridge Energy Research Associates and IHS reported.

OGJ Newsletter

Jun 25, 2007

Apache tests Exmouth basin well off W. Australia

Jun 22, 2007 Houston independent Apache Corp. has completed a successful test of Theo 3-H, the first horizontal well at the Van Gogh development in the Exmouth basin 1,175 km off Western Australia.

UK firm to build biodiesel plant in China

Jun 18, 2007 British biodiesel producer D1 Oils PLC plans to build a biodiesel plant in China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, the country's first such facilty using jatropha oil as a feedstock.

SPECIAL REPORT: Global markets facing adjustment to surge in LPG supply

Jun 18, 2007 LPG production is rising in nearly every region of the world.

SPECIAL REPORT: Mideast leads global growth; shift from US, Canada holds

Jun 18, 2007 Worldwide natural gas production in 2006 increased by less than 2%, with production in major gas processing countries US and Canada advancing by 0.3% and 0.9%, respectively.

A Mideast processing tilt

Jun 18, 2007 New data for Oil & Gas Journal’s exclusive Worldwide Gas Processing report (beginning on p. 50) show, among other trends, that Middle East gas processing is solidly in third place among the world’s regions, behind the US and Canada.

SPECIAL REPORT: Strategies: How two busy operators approach the gulf

Jun 11, 2007 Petrobras America Inc. and a segment of Anadarko Petroleum Corp., both of Houston, were among the top five companies with the highest number of accepted high bids of leases in Outer Continental Shelf Sale 200 in the Western Gulf of Mexico in August 2006.

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