President Donald Trump gives his State of the Union address in 2018. Policy & Regulation

The ‘Trump Show’ delights US industry

US industry groups seem to have decided that imitation is the best form of flattery for Donald Trump.

By The Wildcat 1 February 2018
Companies & Finance

Cheniere reveals equity details for Sabine Pass LNG

Cheniere Energy has disclosed the details of a financing arrangement that will secure the equity portion of funding needed for the first phase of its proposed 18 million ton per annum Sabine Pass LNG export project in Louisiana.

18 May 2012
LNG

Atlantic Basin buyers eye North American LNG as suppliers look east

North American LNG exports could help offset some of the Atlantic Basin’s lost market share as producers and project developers shift their focus to the Pacific, Antonio Bellver, LNG supply director of Repsol-Gas Natural joint venture Stream, said on Thursday.

18 May 2012
Supply & Demand

Labour crunch threatens Canadian energy projects

Canada’s energy industry is facing a labour shortage as it accelerates development of a range of pipeline, shale, oil sands, and possibly LNG export projects, speakers at the LNG Export Forum North America said this week.

18 May 2012
Exploration & Production

Central Gulf of Mexico lease sale set for 20 June

The US Department of the Interior has scheduled a lease sale for the Central Gulf of Mexico on 20 June 2012, it announced in a statement on Thursday.

17 May 2012
Supply & Demand

Urgency builds for North American LNG exports

Speed will be critical for the ability of North American LNG export projects to capture market share from global competitors such as Australia, according to speakers at the LNG Export Forum North America in Houston, Texas.

17 May 2012
LNG

Cheniere reveals Sabine's financing plans

United States LNG developer Cheniere Energy has disclosed the details of a financing arrangement that will secure the equity portion of funding needed for the first phase of its proposed 18 million ton per annum (mtpa) Sabine Pass LNG export project.

16 May 2012
Companies & Finance

Chesapeake reassures spooked investors

Analysts have welcomed an announcement from United States independent Chesapeake of a $3 billion loan, which should allay investor fears provoked by the company’s warnings in a quarterly regulatory filing (10Q) earlier this week.

15 May 2012
A protester raises a fist during a rally against hydraulic fracturing Policy & Regulation

Industry gets serious about online platform FracFocus

FracFocus, a unique amalgam of federal, state, and industry initiatives, may become an integral part of new United States rules governing hydraulic fracturing (‘fracking’) on federal lands.

14 May 2012
Supply & Demand

BNP Paribas bucks gas price forecasting trends

BNP Paribas has raised its 2012 and 2013 United States gas price forecasts, bucking the trend of lower expectations over the past few months.

14 May 2012
Supply & Demand

Liquids shift leaves drillers exposed to NGL price risk

United States producers’ shift to liquids has left them exposed to volatility in NGL prices with few options to hedge that risk.

11 May 2012
Companies & Finance

Crosstex issues bonds to help fund Clearfield acquisition

Crosstex Energy announced a $210 million deal to buy Clearfield Energy this week, in a move to increase its exposure to the unconventional gas market in the United States.

11 May 2012
Companies & Finance

EOG still a ‘big North American bear’, says CEO

A recent rise in United States gas prices is no indication of a sustained recovery, according to the chief executive of United States independent EOG.

10 May 2012
Companies & Finance

US independent Quicksilver loses $60 mln in Q1 2012

US independent Quicksilver lost $60 million in the first quarter of 2012, narrowing its losses from $71 million in the same period the year before.

9 May 2012
Global Markets

Long-term US gas prices continued to rally

Long-term US gas prices continued to rally, Barclay Capital wrote in a Commodities Briefing published on Wednesday.

9 May 2012
Policy & Regulation

Anadarko gets green light for new Utah wells

The United States Department of the Interior (DOI) has given Anadarko Petroleum permission to drill for more than 150 billion cubic metres of gas on federal land in the Greater Natural Buttes area of eastern Utah. Authorities said the decision will allow the company to develop thousands of wells at minimum risk to the environment.

9 May 2012
Exploration & Production

Greater Natural Buttes project poised for approval

Anadarko Petroleum’s $10 billion gas project in Utah’s Greater Natural Buttes area is poised to win United State Department of the Interior approval tomorrow, according to a Bloomberg source.

8 May 2012
LNG

Apache nears Kitimat FID

United States independent Apache is nearing a final investment decision (FID) for the Kitimat LNG project in Canada, but needs to secure some customers, said Chief Executive Steve Farris.

8 May 2012
LNG

Asian investors back Sabine Pass

Cheniere Energy’s proposed Sabine Pass LNG plant has secured financial backing from Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund Temasek and Asia-focused private equity firm RRJ Capital.

8 May 2012
Companies & Finance

Apache's Q1 results fall 30% year-on-year

United States independent Apache’s first-quarter profits fell by 30% from same period a year ago to $778 million, as low North American gas prices led to a $390 million reduction in the value of its properties in Canada.

4 May 2012
Companies & Finance

SEC begins informal inquiry into relationship between Chesapeake and outgoing CEO

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has begun an informal inquiry of Chesapeake Energy, and its chief executive and outgoing chairman Aubrey McClendon, following a series of media reports that questioned the relationship between McClendon’s personal finances and those of the company.

4 May 2012

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