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  • ONGC Short-Lists Three Oil Service Majors To Lift Output From Two Fields

    India's Oil and Natural Gas Corp is set to hire international oil service giants for the first time to boost output from domestic oil fields.
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  • Energen's Oil Production Forecast Misses Estimates Amid Proxy Fight

    Energen reports a better-than-expected quarterly profit, but expectations for oil production fell short.
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  • UK's EnQuest Expects Higher Production This Year

    EnQuest Plc expects higher production in 2018, helped by its flagship Kraken oilfield and its acquisition of a 25% stake in BP's Magnus oilfield.
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  • Africa's Top Oil Producer Poised to Give OPEC an Output Headache

    Add independent Nigerian drillers to the list of oil producers itching to supply more crude at a time when OPEC and allies are trying to restrict output.
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  • Germany's EWE Plans To Cut Groningen Gas Use By 75%

    EWE plans to sharply reduce its use of gas from the Groningen field in the Netherlands.
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  • IEA: Surge In Global Oil Supply May Overtake Demand In 2018

    The rise in global oil production, led by the US, is likely to outpace growth in demand this year, IEA says.
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  • BP Announces Start-Up of Atoll Phase One

    BP begins gas production from the Atoll Phase One project offshore Egypt.
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  • Eni Says To Produce 2.9 Bcf Per Day From Zohr Field By Second Half 2019

    Production from Egypt's Zohr field will reach 2.9 billion cubic feet per day by mid-2019, Eni says.
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  • BP, Kosmos Move Closer To Senegal And Mauritania Offshore Project

    BP and Kosmos Energy move closer to approving development of the Tortue natural gas field offshore Mauritania and Senegal after the two West African countries agreed to split production.
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  • ExxonMobil's Reserves Jump 19% On Growth In US Shale, UAE

    ExxonMobil says its oil and gas reserves surged 19% last year, thanks to growth in US shale, the United Arab Emirates and Guyana.
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  • US Oil Reserve Would Fall Nearly in Half Under Budget Deal

    The US is poised to sell half of its emergency oil reserves to help pay its bills.
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  • Ineos: Forties Pipeline System is Safe

    Ineos confident FPS is safe following the discovery of a crack in December 2017.
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  • US Crude Output to Jump Above 11 mln bpd Sooner Than Expected

    The U.S. government sees nationwide oil production jumping above 11 million barrels a day much quicker than anticipated.
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  • Gulf of Mexico Stampede Field Commences Production

    The Stampede field, located in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, has commenced production.
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  • ONZ-7 Results Confirm Sebou Permit can be 'Highly Cash Generative'

    The latest results of the ONZ-7 well onshore Morocco confirm that the Sebou permit has the potential to be 'highly cash generative' for SDX Energy Inc, according to the company's president and CEO, Paul Welch.
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  • Canada's Frontera Suspends Work At Colombia Oilfield After Attacks

    Frontera Energy has suspended operations at its Cubiro oilfield in northeastern Colombia after threats and attacks against workers, the company said.
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  • Permian Seen Second to Saudis for Spare Oil-Output Capacity

    The Permian Basin is looking like Saudi Arabia, with as much as 1 million barrels of spare oil capacity ready to go into production, according to Nansen Saleri.
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  • UK Onshore Industry Set for 'Exciting' 2018

    The UK onshore industry is set to have an 'exciting' year in 2018, according to IGas CEO Stephen Bowler.
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