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  1. White House keeps oil, gas in Alaska picture amid climate emphasis

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    Mon, 31 Aug 2015

  2. First bidding round showed Mexico reform challenges, House panel told

    An apparently disappointing first round of bids for oil and gas exploration rights revealed problems that require attention if Mexico’s dramatic energy policy reforms are to succeed, witnesses told a US House Foreign Affairs Committee subcommittee (OGJ Online, July 16, 2015).

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    Mon, 27 Jul 2015

  3. US Arctic priorities shortchange Alaskans' needs, Senate panel told

    As the US prepares to chair the Arctic Council later this year, the country recognizes that international decisions can directly affect Alaska and its residents and plans to closely engage with them, Adm. Robert J. Papp Jr., the US Department of State's Special Representative for the Arctic, told ...

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    Mon, 16 Mar 2015

  4. Senate crude exports hearing raises price, logistics, safety issues

    Potential consumer price impacts dominated a US Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing examining whether to allow more exports of domestically produced crude oil. Witnesses agreed that permitting more US crude to be sold abroad could provide benefits, but were divided on whether ...

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    Thu, 19 Mar 2015

  5. Low crude prices alter challenges in sub-Saharan Africa, speakers say

    Significantly lower crude oil prices have reduced foreign companies’ interest in developing oil and gas resources in sub-Saharan Africa nations, speakers at a Woodrow Wilson Center for International Studies seminar agreed. Lower prices also could give governments some time to develop better ...

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    Tue, 10 Mar 2015

  6. Foreign suppliers maintain ties as crude sales to US fall, study says

    International producers are keeping relations with the US strong despite its plunging crude oil imports as production from domestic tight shales climbs, research by 16 University of Texas at Austin master’s degree candidates found.

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    Thu, 30 Apr 2015

  7. Senate crude exports hearing raises price, logistics, safety issues

    Potential consumer price impacts dominated a US Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing examining whether to allow more exports of domestically produced crude oil.

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    Mon, 30 Mar 2015

  8. Low crude prices alter challenges in sub-Saharan Africa, speakers say

    Significantly lower crude oil prices have reduced foreign companies' interest in developing oil and gas resources in sub-Saharan Africa nations, speakers at a Woodrow Wilson Center for International Studies seminar agreed.

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    Mon, 16 Mar 2015

  9. East Mediterranean Development-2 Narrowing opportunities require cooperation

    Neighboring East Mediterranean states hold a mutual interest in economic developments resulting from new hydrocarbon resources. These interests should be harnessed to enhance security, increase stability, and accelerate political dispute resolution within the eastern Mediterranean.

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    Mon, 4 May 2015

  10. Schlumberger subsidiary pleads guilty to violating US sanctions

    Schlumberger Oilfield Holdings Ltd. (SOHL) agreed to plead guilty and pay a fine of more than $232.7 million for conspiring to violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) by willfully facilitating illegal transactions and engaging in trade with Iran and Sudan, the US Department ...

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    Thu, 26 Mar 2015

  11. Oil-price collapse may aggravate producing nations' other problems

    The recent global crude-oil price plunge could be aggravating underlying problems in Mexico, Colombia, and other Western Hemisphere producing nations, speakers suggested during a Feb. 4 discussion at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

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    Mon, 16 Feb 2015

  12. OGJ Newsletter

    International news for oil and gas professionals

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    Mon, 9 Feb 2015

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