authorizing construction and installation of the company ’s eighth and largest floating platform ..... years ago to the Jurassic period. The company continues active exploration in the area ..... OGJ Online, Sept. 8, 2014 ). The company is also developing the Stones project
Oil prices on July 1 surrendered much of their gains from the day before after the release of a government report showing the first rise in US crude inventories in 9 weeks. The US Energy Information Administration said in its Weekly
renewal offers covering the three fields have been offered by the government and accepted by the Woodside group following last week’s deal with the Western Australia government to reserve the equivalent of 15% of the LNG produced from the two
and Pacific walrus resulting from the company ’s proposal to operate two drilling rigs ..... authorizes Shell to proceed, provided the company complies with mitigation, monitoring, and ..... neither approves of nor precludes the company ’s proposed activity on its lease this
The volume of water required to hydraulically fracture wells varies widely across the country, according to the first national analysis and map of hydraulic fracturing water usage detailed in a recent US Geological Survey study.
developments include: • The Canadian government ’s May 15 announcement that it intends ..... 30% below 2005 levels by 2030. The government also plans to develop additional regulatory ..... operations, Delkus said. • The Alberta government ’s announcement that it will double its carbon
Work by an industry forum called SURF IM Network, which studies oil and gas subsea integrity management, has been extended by 3 years.
Deloitte has begun a survey about collaboration in the oil and gas producing industry of the UK Continental Shelf.
Murray Lytle has been appointed as a full-time member of Canada’s National Energy Board for a term of 7 years, effective July 6.
the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans denying their attempts to limit Clean Water Act fines imposed as a result of the accident. The federal government seeks as much as $13.7 billion from BP and $1 billion from Anadarko.