Tuesday, June 18, 2019

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Last Week in World Oil: Prices-       Last week's price rally sputtered out at the start of the week, with Brent at nearly US$52/b and WTI at US$48/b. However, with signs that the...

The ball appears to be rolling along quite nicely in Senegal.Cairn has upgraded the size of the estimated contingent proven and probable resource base at the SNE field there to approximately 563 million...

After a rise, must come a fall. Chinese refinery runs in June 2017 reached the second highest level on record, jumping to 11.21 mmbpd, up from 10.98 mmbpd in May 2017...

Last Week in World Oil:Prices-       Oil prices took a tumble as rising worries over demand in China offset another disruption in Libya. Output at Sharara, Libya's largest field, fell by 30%...

Production History and Reserves UK oil production peaked in 1999. The peak was probably pushed out a couple of years because of the major production interruptions following the Piper Alpha disaster. Production...

Might be interesting to see what CO2 levels were like 2.7 million years ago. http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/08/record-shattering-27-million-year-old-ice-core-reveals-start-ice-ages Described at the Goldschmidt Conference in Paris by Yuzhen Yan, a graduate student at Princeton University, the ice...

Oil priceAfter a shaky start yesterday the oil price settled near the highs of the day, as an example Brent had traded down to around 50 bucks but was nearly a...

Our 23rd June 2017 Finding Petroleum Decommissioning Forum illustrated how the decommissioning industry in the UK North Sea is moving into a new gear - applying onshore decommissioning experience to offshore...

Much has been made of the recent confidence tumble in America's Permian Basin, the low cost and prodigious shale play that straddles Texas and New Mexico. It began when Pioneer Natural...
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