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South Sudan Oil Conference Fails To Draw Biggest Energy Firms

South Sudan's president was a no-show for the nation's first international oil conference, a gathering that also failed to attract prospective investors from the biggest global energy companies.
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Europe's Natural Gas Traders Have a Bone to Pick With Italy

Italy is looking to shed its status as one of Europe's most expensive gas markets, but the way it plans to do so has riled traders.
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Ensco Acquires Atwood Oceanics, Lays Off Staff

After completing its acquisition of Atwood Oceanics, Ensco will be terminating employees.
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ExxonMobil Says Julia, Hadrian South Operations Back To Normal After Nate

ExxonMobil resumes normal operations at its Julia and Hadrian South subsea production systems.
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Canada's Keyera Signs Pact With Chevron To Transport, Store NGL

Keyera says it signed a 20-year agreement with Chevron's Canadian unit to transport and store NGL.
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Sources: India's IOC Buys New US Crude Grades For December Delivery

Indian Oil Corp buys two new types of US crude for December delivery as it tests different grades from the United States, trade sources say.
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Customs: Russia's Yamal LNG To Ship First Two LNG Cargoes In November

The Russian Yamal LNG project will ship the first two cargoes of liquefied natural gas in November.
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Nigeria's Oranto Petroleum Signs Uganda Oil Exploration Deal

Nigeria's Oranto Petroleum has signed two production sharing agreements with Uganda to explore for oil and gas around Lake Albert.
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Colonial Partners With Enterprise For Fuel Exports From Beaumont Terminal

Colonial Pipeline and Enterprise Products Partners said they have partnered to boost exports from the Beaumont refined oil products terminal in Texas.
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Kemp: Feast Or Famine? Oil Market In 2018

The oil market is rarely balanced, and never for very long.
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How Deep Will Saudi Cut Its Oil Output? To the Lowest Since 2015

Saudi Arabia has promised to do 'whatever it takes' to end the global oil gut.
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EPA Chief Calls for Ending Wind Tax Credits to Help Coal Survive

Tax incentives for the wind industry should be eliminated, Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt says.
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India Wants Foreign Investors For $300B Worth Of Energy Projects

India wants to attract foreign investors to $300 billion worth of energy projects planned for the next decade, its oil minister says.
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Oil Official: Iran's Azadegan Oilfield Tender Delayed To 2018

A tender for developing Iran's Azadegan oilfield has been delayed again, a senior Iranian oil official says.
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Fluor to Lead Engineering, Procurement for $2.4B Texas Project

Fluor gets another role in $2.4B LyondellBasell Texas project.
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Iraq's Luaibi Orders Work To Reopen Oil Pipeline To Turkey

Iraq plans to reopen a crude oil pipeline from the Kirkuk oilfields to Ceyhan in Turkey, the oil ministry said.
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Kazakh Energy Officials Fired Over Gasoline Shortages

Kazakh Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintayev fires two senior energy officials after the Central Asia's biggest oil exporter reported fuel shortages on the domestic market.
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North Sea Oil Sandwiched as US Ships Crude Like Never Before

As crude oil gushes out of the US like never before, it looks increasingly like North Sea oil will suffer collateral damage.
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Iraq and Iran Boost Oil Exports in Sales Battle With Saudis

Iraq and Iran boosted crude exports in September, taking advantage of a slower pace of shipments from rival Saudi Arabia to win buyers in key markets like China and the US.
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Increasing the World's Oil Reserves with Digitization

As oil companies look to increase production, digitization can help them expand their reserves, which keeps prices down for consumers.
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