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Nov 26, 2007

Resource nationalism among hot topics at WEC

Nov 19, 2007 Resource nationalism is threatening the world’s economy and energy security in the long term, Rex Tillerson, ExxonMobil Corp. chairman and chief executive officer, told the World Energy Congress last week in Rome.

Chevron signs processing agreement for Piceance basin production

Nov 15, 2007 Chevron USA has entered into a long-term agreement with Enterprise Gas Processing for the gathering and treatment of natural gas produced from Chevron's Piceance basin operations in western Colorado.

WEC: Eni chief criticizes Italy's nuclear stance

Nov 13, 2007 Italy was mistaken to move away from nuclear power, a move that has resulted in tremendous cost to electricity users, Paolo Scaroni, chief executive of Eni SPA, said at a press conference at the World Energy Congress.

New refining capacity totaling 13 million b/d seen by 2012

Nov 12, 2007 Wood Mackenzie Ltd., Edinburgh, expects 13 million b/d of crude distillation capacity to be built within the next 5 years out of the 20 million b/d proposed worldwide.

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Nov 12, 2007

Gas plants to aid Utah Natural Buttes growth

Nov 7, 2007 Anadarko Petroleum's midstream unit plans to start up around Dec. 1 the 250 MMcfd Chapita gas processing plant west of Bonanza in giant Natural Buttes gas field in Uintah County in northeastern Utah.

EnCana acquiring Leor Energy's Deep Bossier assets

Nov 5, 2007 EnCana Corp. agreed to acquire all of the Deep Bossier natural gas and land interests of privately owned Leor Energy in Texas for $2.55 billion.

New refining capacity totaling 13 million b/d seen by 2012

Nov 5, 2007 Wood Mackenzie Ltd., Edinburgh, expects 13 million b/d of crude distillation capacity to be built within the next 5 years out of the 20 million b/d proposed worldwide.

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Nov 5, 2007

IFP: Oil equipment, services demand growth slows

Nov 5, 2007 Globally, oil field equipment and services have been in tight supply since 2005, but the demand growth rate is beginning to slow and may plateau in 2008, said officials at the Institut Francais du Petrole (IFP).

Marathon to upgrade, expand Detroit refinery

Nov 1, 2007 Marathon Oil has approved a projected $1.9 billion expansion and heavy oil upgrade project at its 100,000 b/cd refinery in Detroit.

Enbridge plans North Dakota pipeline expansion

Oct 30, 2007 Enbridge Energy Partners LP, Houston, said it will proceed with yet another expansion of the Enbridge North Dakota Pipeline System.

IFP: Oil equipment, services demand growth slows

Oct 23, 2007 Globally, oil field equipment and services have been in tight supply since 2005, but the demand growth rate is beginning to slow and may plateau in 2008, said officials at Institut Francais du Petrole (IFP).

US Fuels-Conclusion: Policy issues will affect future US fuels markets

Oct 15, 2007 This article examines the economic and policy factors that have played a large role in the US motor fuels market, and quantifies future outcomes based on a range of possible economic and policy conditions.

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