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  • Libya Oil Comeback Has Legs

    Libya's oil industry, trampled by civil war and chaos, is roaring back.
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  • OPEC Watchers Expect 3 Month Supply Boost Delay

    OPEC and its allies will likely delay a supply increase planned for January by three months, according to a survey of oil analysts, traders and refiners.
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  • Repsol to Rein in Oil Output and Boost Renewables

    Repsol SA outlined its plans for a greener future, saying it intends to wind down the search for oil and expand its renewable capacity fivefold during the next decade.
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  • MODEC Selects Asset Management Firm for Brazil FPSO Project

    ARMS Reliability will assist with developing the Bacalhau FPSO Asset Maintenance Management Philosophy. PHOTO SOURCE: ARMS Reliability
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  • Advance Toward $50 Oil Could Be Tricky for OPEC+

    With OPEC+ just days from meeting, countries favoring ratcheting up oil production may be finding some support for their arguments.
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  • OGA Launches Centralized Decom Data Location

    The UK Oil and Gas Authority has launched one centralized location for well data related to decommissioning.
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  • Natural Gas Helps to Shrink Energy Poverty Gap

    A recent industry report finds that natural gas can help to mitigate energy poverty in the United States.
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  • Abu Dhabi Okays $122B Oil and Gas Spending Plan

    The UAE is boosting investment to make good on pledges to increase output capacity, even as it struggles against OPEC+ restrictions on supply.
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  • Wintershall Dea Sets Net Zero Target

    Wintershall Dea aims to achieve net zero emissions on its upstream activities by 2030.
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  • Saudi Arabia Seeks to Become Top Hydrogen Exporter

    The world's biggest oil exporter has set its sights on also becoming the largest supplier of hydrogen.
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  • Johan Sverdrup Increasing Production Capacity

    The Johan Sverdrup field is increasing its daily production capacity to around 500,000 barrels of oil by the end of the year.
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  • $2B Pacific LNG Export Project Advances

    The project site in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, which includes an LNG regasification terminal. PHOTO SOURCE: Sempra Energy/Cision
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  • Offshore Ireland Decom Campaign Starts for Petronas Unit

    AGR has begun decommissioning operations of Ireland's first indigenous gas wells for PETRONAS subsidiary PSE Kinsale Energy.
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  • Karish Development 85 Percent Complete

    Energean's (LSE: ENOG) Karish project in Israel is now 85 percent complete, the company has revealed in a statement posted on its website.
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  • OPEC+ Panel Suggests Time Frame to Delay Output Hike

    The coalition -- led by Saudi Arabia and Russia -- is scheduled to increase crude production by almost 2 million barrels a day in January.
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  • Michigan Ramps Up Battle with Enbridge

    Enbridge's battle with Michigan escalated on Friday as the governor took new legal action to shut down a key pipeline.
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  • San Francisco Imposes Natural Gas Ban

    California towns and cities remain at the forefront of a push to phase out the use of gas in homes and buildings.
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  • Record Hurricane Season Shuts In Record GOM Oil Volumes

    It's the year of the unprecedented and the hurricane season has been no exception.
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  • First Unconventional Gas from UAE Delivered

    The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company and Total (NYSE: TOT) have delivered the first unconventional gas from the United Arab Emirates.
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  • Saipem to Proceed with Offshore Guyana Work

    The above photo shows the Saipem Constellation pipelay, heavy lift and construction vessel. PHOTO SOURCE: Saipem.
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