Saudi charm offensive working

Saudi charm offensive working

WHILE Energy News would never presume to know the truth depth of the Machiavellian goings-on at OPEC,

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03 JUN 2016
Saudis in damage control ahead of OPEC meeting

Saudis in damage control ahead of OPEC meeting

WITH US shale producers back in business at $US50/barrel WTI, all the pain is now with OPEC, but banks

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02 JUN 2016
Offshore drilling

Offshore drilling's $60 floor

AS BP prepares yet another crack at getting the regulator's approval to drill Australia's Southern Margin

Exploration

25 MAY 2016

Energy Briefs

IN TODAY'S Energy Briefs: Origin seeks new CEO; Victorian uncertainty; Winchester spuds; Canada begin

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24 MAY 2016

Asian investors defy bears

ASIAN investors may be defying market expectations of slowing demand but the oil patch isn't out of the

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23 MAY 2016
Woodside defends growth strategy

Woodside defends growth strategy

WOODSIDE Petroleum CEO Peter Coleman has launched a strident defence of his embattled oiler's much-questioned

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20 MAY 2016
Shell joins standardisation push

Shell joins standardisation push

AS ROYAL Dutch Shell gears up to brings its pioneering Prelude floating LNG facility online, hopefully

Production

12 MAY 2016

Energy Briefs

IN TODAY'S Energy Briefs: Arctic leases dumped; Total markets chem business; ConocoPhillips hedging plans;

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11 MAY 2016
Electric car concerns emerge

Electric car concerns emerge

THE world consumes around 94 million barrels of oil per day, with around 70% of that consumed as transportation

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11 MAY 2016
Oz faces balancing act over EITI

Oz faces balancing act over EITI

AFTER 13 years of delays, implementing Australia's recently announced intention to join the Extractive

Financing

10 MAY 2016
Pain not over yet: service giants

Pain not over yet: service giants

HALLIBURTON, which slashed more than 6000 jobs during the first quarter of 2016, forecasts a structural

Drilling

26 APR 2016

Energy Briefs

IN TODAY'S Energy Briefs: 88E swamped with cash; AEP waivers on NT farm-in; Shell considers Gabon exit;

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22 APR 2016
Optimism pervades oil markets

Optimism pervades oil markets

RBC Capital Markets says West Texas Intermediate could hit $US50/barrel by the end of the year as optimism

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22 APR 2016
Vengeance best served cold

Vengeance best served cold

SENIOR US-based Deloitte analyst Andrew Slaughter has revealed that sheer vengeance may be an underlying

LNG18

19 APR 2016
Powerful forces reshaping LNG trade

Powerful forces reshaping LNG trade

WOOD Mackenzie says the LNG industry could take a leaf out of Shell's book and collaborate on shipping

LNG18

15 APR 2016

Energy Briefs

IN TODAY's Energy Briefs: CSG blamed for deaths; Talos guilty; BHP to keep oil; Upgrade demanded; Big

Australia

11 APR 2016