Author: Anna Kachkova
US eyes LNG decarbonisation
1 June 2021
Offsetting the carbon produced by export cargoes is gaining popularity but still needs better data overview
US refining makes a comeback
25 May 2021
The sector struggled to offset crushing demand losses in 2020, but recent M&A shows momentum change
Leaders emerge in US race to FID
30 April 2021
Projects face tough global competition for funding, but some lead the pack
Pandemic casts shadow on US midstream
15 March 2021
Lack of demand and permitting uncertainty paints gloomy picture for pipeline firms
US shale presses the reset button
9 March 2021
Upstream producers stress permanent financial change even as those with the greatest acreage and deepest pockets begin to stir
Mexican LNG offers sea change
22 February 2021
Shortening shipping times could deliver substantial gains to exporters, but they would still need to navigate the country’s complex regulation process
Rewriting the LNG rulebook
27 January 2021
New US Gulf Coast gas contract highlights the sector’s changing buyer-seller dynamic and increasing demand for pricing flexibility
US oil export infrastructure faces post-boom bust
20 January 2021
Previous anxieties over lack of infrastructure have been replaced with fears of looming overcapacity
Senate wins bolster Biden’s agenda
12 January 2021
The Democrat victories in Georgia dramatically change the political picture but do not pose an existential threat to the shale patch
US producers scramble for storage
19 May 2020
Companies are looking at creative temporary solutions as capacity fills up
Covid-19 compounds European refiners’ challenges
2 April 2020
The demand impact from widespread lockdowns causes an immediate demand headache. But longer-term structural obstacles remain
European refiners lag on IMO 2020
29 March 2020
The continent’s crude processors are playing catch-up following the introduction of IMO 2020 regulations on sulphur content in marine fuel
Oil price collapse deals blow to Permian
11 March 2020
Plunging crude prices are bad news for US shale, with some producers set to be severely afflicted
Annova LNG grinds forward
6 February 2020
A recent pipeline access agreement is a step forward for the Gulf Coast LNG export project, but an FID still faces obstacles
Hess receives go-ahead for Bakken EOR
10 December 2019
US independent has been given approval by North Dakota regulators to proceed with an EOR pilot project that it hopes will help boost recoveries in the Bakken shale play
Water infrastructure booms with shale
26 November 2019
The US oilfield water-handling market is growing as shale production continues to rise, with the Permian Basin leading the way
Permian gas seeks exits
19 November 2019
The glut of associated gas production in the Permian Basin has led to a scramble to build new takeaway capacity, although significant relief will not come before 2021
Equinor sounds Eagle Ford alarm bell
19 November 2019
The Norwegian firm’s exit is another signal that US shale may no longer be the promised land
Permian pipelines bring relief—and challenges
23 August 2019
Two major new crude pipelines out of the Permian Basin entered service this month, but while this provides some relief to producers, it shifts the congestion to the Gulf Coast
Deepwater Gulf exploration starts to rebound
29 July 2019
The US Gulf of Mexico is experiencing an uptick in exploration, but the way companies operate in the region has changed due to the downturn in oil prices
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