US light, sweet crude oil futures and Brent crude oil futures for August delivery each settled down by more than $1/bbl on June 29, with Brent sliding to its lowest closing in more than 2 months.
refining and petrochemical complex in Gujarat, India. The company will shut down one of the refinery’s four crude distillation ..... to improve the reliability and performance of the unit, the company said. The refinery’s three remaining CDUs, as well as
NGL Energy Partners LP, Tulsa, and Meritage Midstream Services II LLC, Denver, have formed a joint venture to develop crude oil gathering and water-services systems in the Powder River basin of Wyoming.
review planned by a new center-left government in conjunction with a toughened approach ..... A commitment from the provincial government to “a vibrant and competitive oil and gas industry ..... review advisory panel. According to a government statement, the panel “will be responsible
US crude oil futures for August delivery settled below $60/bbl on the New York market June 26 as tensions mounted about Greece, which ordered lenders to stay closed for 6 days starting June 29 while the country’s central bank sought to prevent money from streaming out of the country.
should manage all aspects of work. Checks and balances can be introduced over time as capacity builds in other branches of government . But mechanisms for public accountability, including audits of agencies and state-owned companies, should be introduced
The Israeli government has declared development of natural gas to be an issue of national security ..... Online, Feb. 20, 2015 ). The security cabinet move allows the government to consider a compromise agreement under which Delek and Avner Oil
rig. Notably this week, Goodrich Petroleum Corp. reported it was completing two Tuscaloosa Marine shale wells, and the company expects production within 2 weeks in Tangipahoa Parish, La. New Mexico and West Virginia were the only two other states to
revenues. In a June 25 letter to PAA Chief Executive Greg Armstrong , House committee members sought information about the company ’s maintenance and integrity operations on the pipeline. A handful from this group of lawmakers sent a second letter the
world stage is important to keeping Albertans working,” McMillan said. “We will continue to work with the Alberta government to protect jobs and investment to keep the industry healthy for all Albertans.”