A photo of a Blue Corridors event for gas-fuelled vehicles in Brussels. Global Markets

NGVs left in the dust by electric competition

The window of opportunity for NGVs to operate as a bridge from oil-fuelled to electric vehicles is fast disappearing.

By The Wildcat 22 September 2017
Global Markets

Neuquen prices authorised

Local media has reported that Argentina's Energy Secretariat has authorised Houston-based Apache to sell gas from a field in the Neuquen Basin at prices that are above the domestic average.

19 March 2012
Global Markets

Transocean and Chevron execs barred from leaving Brazil

Brazilian authorities have barred a group of Transocean and Chevron executives from leaving the country, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, which suggests formal criminal charges may follow for the executives' alleged roles in a deep-water oil spill last year.

19 March 2012
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Every Monday, Wildcat will give you a headstart on the coming week, as well as a round-up of what mattered in the previous week.

19 March 2012
Global Markets

Vietnam

Vietnam has said that China National Offshore Ol Corp.’s (CNOOC’s) move to develop the oil- and gas-rich northern areas of the South China Sea violates the smaller country’s sovereignty, Bloomberg reported on Friday.

16 March 2012
Global Markets

Execs predict hurdles to LNG price convergence

Executives at CERA Week in Houston anticipate that large price differentials will remain between regional gas markets in North America, Asia, and Europe in the medium term.

15 March 2012
Global Markets

The Colombian connection

A glut of Canadian small- and medium-sized companies are drilling in Colombia.It's a story of trade agreements, easy access to capital - and good old tradition.

15 March 2012
Global Markets

Turkey in no hurry to find Iran alternatives

Turkey has no plans yet to find an alternative to its oil and gas imports from Iran, despite the sanctions imposed on Tehran’s hydrocarbon exports by the US and EU, Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz, told Dow Jones on Tuesday.

14 March 2012
Global Markets

Chubut confirms imminent cancellation of two YPF licences

Argentina’s southern Chubut province is planning to revoke two of YPF's field licences.

14 March 2012
Global Markets

Bangladesh and Myanmar await Bay of Bengal verdict

Bangladesh and Myanmar expected to receive a verdict on Wednesday from the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea on their dispute over boundaries in the resource-rich Bay of Bengal, according to The Financial Express.

14 March 2012
Global Markets

US gas prices hurt upstream, boost downstream

Low United States gas prices have dampened drilling activity at Chevron’s US onshore gas assets, but are increasing profits for the company’s petrochemical segment.

14 March 2012
Global Markets

If a picture is worth a thousand words...

If it’s true that a picture is worth a thousand words, then a good infographic must be worth about a million.

14 March 2012
Global Markets

Chinese economy slows

China’s economic growth slowed in January and February, with exports and domestic demand declining faster than analysts had predicted, according to Bloomberg.

13 March 2012
Global Markets

Crude Thoughts: Oil reporting in Iraq

Iraqi oil reporters battle sectarianism and silence from the country’s energy elite.

13 March 2012
Global Markets

Queensland CBM royalties to fund student exchange programme

CBM royalties in Queensland will be used to fund a new A$7.5 million ($7.9 million) Asia Pacific exchange programme that will offer students up to 20 weeks of study at schools in Asia or Latin America, state Premiere Anna Bligh announced on Sunday.

12 March 2012
Global Markets

Gulf Cooperation Council’s reserves worth estimated $65 trillion

The Gulf Cooperation Council’s oil and gas reserves are estimated to be worth approximately $65 trillion at current export prices, according to new analysis from QNB Capital.

12 March 2012
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Every Monday, WildCat will give you a headstart on the coming week, as well as a round-up of what mattered in the previous week.

12 March 2012
Global Markets

Nigeria strike

The Nigerian Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers has threatened to strike over the government’s refusal to restructure loans granted to members of the Jetty and Petroleum Tank Farm Owners of Nigeria, the Leadership newspaper reported on Friday.

9 March 2012
Global Markets

Pakistani Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority accused

A Pakistani parliament member has blamed the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) for the country’s gas crisis and accused the regulator of malpractice with regard to issuing CNG licences, The Express Tribune reported on Friday.

9 March 2012
Global Markets

Syria's deputy oil minister defects

Syria's Deputy Oil Minister Abdo Hussameldin announced on Youtube on Wednesday he has defected from President Bashar al-Assad’s regime to join anti-government forces.

8 March 2012
Global Markets

Baumgarten as a price-setting hub for CEE

Interfax spoke to Bernhard Seiberl, executive board member at the CEGH, about reform of the Austrian trading system and the growing importance of Baumgarten

8 March 2012

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