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SPECIAL REPORT: Global processing capacity flat; US construction pace quickens

Jun 23, 2008 Global natural gas production growth in 2007 was flat, with decline in Western Europe and nearly invisible increases in Eastern Europe, the FSU, Africa, and countries of Asia-Pacific.

Saudi Arabia again delays bids for Jizan refinery

Jun 23, 2008 Saudi Arabia has delayed for the third time a tender for bids for a projected 250,000-400,000 b/d refinery in the southwestern province of Jizan, according to local media.

SPECIAL REPORT: High energy prices: good or bad for NGLs?

Jun 23, 2008 Monthly average prices for crude oil have increased by a factor of five in less than 5 years since the end of 2003 and have nearly tripled in only the last 18 months.

SPECIAL REPORT: Global LPG markets react to high oil prices

Jun 23, 2008 High global oil prices, regional supply disruptions, project delays, regional demand increases, and slowing economies in many regions have all affected global LPG markets and trade.

Lift OCS leasing bans to increase US supplies, Bush tells Congress

Jun 20, 2008 President George W. Bush urged Congress to lift oil and gas leasing bans on the Outer Continental Shelf as the first of four steps to increase domestic supplies in response to soaring prices.

Bush urges Congress to lift bans on OCS leasing

Jun 18, 2008 US President George W. Bush urged Congress to lift oil and gas leasing bans on the Outer Continental Shelf as the first of four steps to increase domestic supplies in response to soaring prices.

MARKET WATCH: Crude prices, stocks decline

Jun 18, 2008 Crude and petroleum product prices continued to decline June 17 in futures markets as the weak US economy undermined demand and Saudi Arabia—and possibly other producers—appeared poised to boost output.

Total: World oil output to reach 95 million b/d by 2020

Jun 16, 2008 Worldwide oil production will stabilize at about 95 million b/d before 2020, including extra heavy crude from Venezuela and Canada, said Total SA Chief Executive Officer Christophe de Margerie based on a long-term, internal company oil study, just released.

StatoilHydro assays Snohvit condensate

Jun 16, 2008 StatoilHydro recently conducted an assay of the Snohvit condensate, which is associated with the Snohvit gas field in the Norwegian Barents Sea that started production in August 2007.

Total: World oil output to reach 95 million b/d by 2020

Jun 6, 2008 Worldwide oil production will stabilize at about 95 million b/d before 2020, including extra heavy crude from Venezuela and Canada, said Total CEO Christophe de Margerie.

Saudi Arabia again delays bids for Jizan refinery

Jun 5, 2008 Saudi Arabia has delayed for the third time a tender for bids for a projected 250,000-400,000 b/d refinery in the southwestern province of Jizan, according to local media.

Saudi Arabia delays again bids for Jizan refinery

Jun 5, 2008 Saudi Arabia has delayed for the third time a tender for bids for a projected 250,000-400,000 b/d refinery in the southwestern province of Jizan, according to local media.

MARKET WATCH: Natural gas tops $12/MMbtu

Jun 4, 2008 Having peaked above $12/MMbtu in intraday trading in three recent sessions, natural gas finally closed above that level June 3 on NYMEX, leaving the door open for possible advances, analysts say.

Angola LNG awards Toyo Kanetsu tanks contracts

Jun 2, 2008 Bechtel Group has awarded Toyo Kanetsu an order valued at ¥13.5 billion to design and supply two large LNG tanks and two LPG tanks for the Angola LNG gas liquefaction project at Soya.

CCS is a question of scale

Jun 2, 2008 Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is being touted as a promising method of reducing carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere.

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