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SPECIAL REPORT: Refiners apply safety lessons from BP Texas City explosion

Sep 8, 2008 Refiners are applying safety lessons while BP PLC responds to recommendations from the US Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB) following the deadly Mar. 23, 2005, explosion at BP America Inc.’s Texas City, Tex., refinery.

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Sep 8, 2008

MARKET WATCH: Crude prices decline as workers return to gulf

Sep 4, 2008 Crude prices closed at a new 5-month low Sept. 3 in the New York market as oil and gas production and processing began coming back on stream after Hurricane Gustav.

FERC issues draft EIS for Oregon LNG terminal, pipeline

Sep 3, 2008 A proposed LNG project in Coos Bay, Ore., would have limited adverse environmental impacts, the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission concluded in a draft environmental impact statement.

Woodside puts North West Shelf Train 5 online

Sep 2, 2008 The North West Shelf gas project's fifth LNG train at the Woodside Petroleum-operated facilities on the Burrup Peninsula near Karratha in Western Australia has been brought on stream.

Senate energy plan’s bipartisan support grows

Sep 1, 2008 Six more US senators have expressed support for a bipartisan energy proposal that includes opening more of the Outer Continental Shelf for leasing.

China’s LPG production edges up, imports slide further

Sep 1, 2008 China’s 2007 LPG output maintained its steady increase since 2002, while LPG imports continued their 5-year slide, according to a recently released study by FACTS Global Energy (FGE), Honolulu.

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Sep 1, 2008

NPRA asks House to resist contradictory energy policy

Sep 1, 2008 Opening limited areas of the Outer Continental Shelf while enacting so-called “Use it or lose it” legislation and other counterproductive measures would be a mistake, said National Petrochemical & Refining Association Pres. Charles T. Drevna on Aug. 22.

Six more senators turn the 'Gang of 10' into a 'Gang of 16'

Aug 29, 2008 Six more US senators expressed support for a bipartisan energy proposal which includes opening more of the Outer Continental Shelf for leasing, several members of the so-called "Gang of 10" announced on Aug. 26.

Dalian refinery receives Saudi crude

Aug 27, 2008 PetroChina's recently expanded refinery in Dalian received its first cargo of Saudi Arabian crude on Aug. 26.

Senate energy plan's bipartisan support grows

Aug 27, 2008 Six more US senators have expressed support for a bipartisan energy proposal that includes opening more of the Outer Continental Shelf for leasing.

MARKET WATCH: Gustav's potential threat lifts energy prices

Aug 27, 2008 Despite continued signs of weakening demand, the advance of Hurricane Gustav toward the US sector of the Gulf of Mexico boosted crude and natural gas prices Aug. 26.

NPRA asks House leaders to resist contradictory energy policy

Aug 25, 2008 Opening limited areas of the Outer Continental Shelf while enacting so-called "Use it or lose it" legislation and other counter-productive measures would be a mistake, said National Petrochemical and Refining Association Pres. Charles T. Drevna on Aug. 22.

China LPG production edges up, imports slide

Aug 25, 2008 China's 2007 LPG output maintained its steady increase since 2002, while LPG imports continued their 5-year slide, according to a recently released study by FACTS Global Energy (FGE), Honolulu.

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