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Canada, N. Dakota Crudes Surge On Harvey After-Effects

Light, sweet crude out of Canada and North Dakota surged to their highest levels in over 4 years, as Midwest and East Coast refiners bid heavily for those grades.
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China's CNOOC Ends Feasibility Study For Western Canadian LNG Terminal

CNOOC says it will end the feasibility study for its LNG export terminal on British Columbia's coast due to low global commodity prices.
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Oil, Gas Industry Leadership Group to Take on Work of Energy Jobs Taskforce

After two years, the taskforce created by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is disbanding.
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Netherlands To Receive LNG Cargo From US Sabine Pass Plant

The Netherlands will receive its second-ever LNG shipment from Cheniere Energy's Sabine Pass export facility in the United States.
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'Beautiful Coal' Seeks New Life as Carbon Fiber for Vehicles

Cheaper carbon fiber could expand demand for the material.
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China's Crude Refinery Output Rebounds In Aug On New Quotas

Chinese refineries processed 6.5% more crude oil in August than a year earlier, data from the National Bureau of Statistics shows.
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India Plans Larger Oil Auctions as Modi Pursues Import Cuts

"We want to create a lot of E&P companies in India," said the head of the country's oil regulator.
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Oil At 5-Month High On Weak Dollar, Forecasts Glut Will Recede

Oil prices rose, with Brent closing at a five-month high.
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Web Platform Launches to Match Oil, Gas Pros with Available Projects

Rigzone talks with the CEO of TalEng, who describes his approach to offer young and professional oil and gas workers opportunities to work in the industry.
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Norway Gas Pipeline Investors Go To Top Court Over Tariff Cut

A group of investors in Norway's gas pipeline network are going to the country's highest court in a final attempt to overturn a government decision to cut pipeline tariffs.
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Venezuela's Crude Supply To The United States Was Flat In August

Venezuelan crude sales to the US in August were largely unchanged at 638,935 bpd compared with the prior month, but continued to fall far short of year-earlier levels.
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Out-Of-Control Alberta Wildfire Shuts In Natural Gas Production

Questfire has shut in 900 barrels of oil equivalent per day of mostly natural gas production because of a wildfire in southern Alberta, its chief executive says.
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Aker BP Plans To Drill 6-8 Exploration Wells In 2018

Aker BP plans to drill between six and eight exploration wells off Norway next year, including four in the Barents Sea.
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Oil Rises As IEA Forecast Overshadows US Crude Build

Crude oil prices rose after the IEA said a global surplus of crude was starting to shrink.
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Papua New Guinea Starts Paying Landowners LNG Royalties

The Papua New Guinea government has started paying local landowners long awaited benefits from the $19 billion PNG LNG project.
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Greek Oil Spill Spreads To Athens Riviera

Crews scrambled to clean up an oil spill from a sunken tanker which had spread to some of Athens's most popular beaches.
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Bangladesh Set To Sign 15-Year LNG Import Deal With Qatar

Bangladesh will sign a 15-year deal with Qatar's RasGas Co to import LNG starting in 2018.
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Sulphurous Fuels Flow To West Africa As States Defer Tougher Rules

Nigeria and several other West African states are not expected to implement rules banning imports of sulphur-heavy fuels until Dec. 1.
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Shell Set To Draw Line Under A Century Of Iraqi Oil

Shell is set to end a century of oil production in Iraq by withdrawing from two of the Arab state's flagship fields to focus on more profitable gas development.
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Seadrill Files for Bankruptcy in Bid to Shrink Debt Burden

Seadrill files for bankruptcy protection after working out a deal with almost all its senior lenders to inject $1B of new money into the company.
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