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China's Unipec Will Keep Reselling Term LNG Cargoes -President

Sinopec's trading arm resold more than 2 million tonnes of term cargoes of LNG last year and expects to sell more this year, president Chen Bo said on Wednesday.
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Oregon County Rejects Measure Blocking Natural Gas Terminal

A coastal Oregon county overwhelmingly rejected a ballot measure aimed at blocking a proposed natural gas terminal.
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U.S. Industry Seeks Faster Permits, Simpler Rules in Trump Reg Reset

"Last time I remember this was 2001. That was the last big opportunity to make some changes," said David Friedman of American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers.
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Fuel Shortage Again Hits Oil-rich Venezuela Amid Refinery Woes

The waits at gasoline stations heap extra hardship on the nation of 30 million.
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Oil Rises On US Inventory Draw As OPEC Beckons

Oil prices settled at a two-week high after US crude inventories declined for the sixth straight week.
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Midstream Gains $1.9 Billion on Gas in the Mighty Marcellus, Utica

Northeast Pennsylvania pipeline expansion will distribute $1.9 billion in adjusted earnings almost in the middle between gathering systems and long-haul transportation, according to East Daley Capital report.
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Kinder Morgan Treads Minefield in Post-vote British Columbia

Recent provincial election results should weigh on the U.S. company's Trans Mountain expansion.
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BLOG: Job-Hopping Traders May Weigh Down Oil, Gas Prices

Market optimism gives commodity traders incentive to shuffle between jobs in search of better pay, more flexibility, but that freedom may come at a cost to oil and gas price points.
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Halliburton CEO To Retire Next Month, Be Replaced By Jeff Miller

Halliburton says that Chief Executive Officer Dave Lesar will retire on June 1.
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Saudi Aramco Says to Set Up New Chemicals Unit

Downstream, covering refining and chemicals, is an important area for the company as it diversifies operations as it prepares for an initial public offering.
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Saudi Aramco Tightens Grip in Top Oil Market With China Refinery

Saudi Arabian Oil Co. agreed to build a refinery and petrochemical plant in China, deepening ties between world's biggest oil seller and its largest importer.
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Gazprom 2016 Dividend Payout To Be No Less Than Last Year

Russian gas giant Gazprom will pay at least the same amount in dividends on 2016 results as the year earlier, TASS news agency quotes Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich as saying.
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Brady Sets Border Tax Hearing as McConnell Predicts Failure

Retailers, oil refiners and other industries that rely on imports say the tax would raise consumer prices on basic items.
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Israeli Energy Firms Delek Drilling, Avner Oil To Finally Merge

Israel's Delek Drilling and Avner Oil, both units of conglomerate Delek Group, complete a long-awaited merger.
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MAN Puts U-Pac In South China Sea

CNOOC China Ltd. Zhanjiang Branch (CNOOC) commissioned MAN Diesel & Turbo to supply six compressor trains for the Dongfang 13-2 gas field development project in the South China Sea. CNOOC is the biggest producer of offshore crude oil and natural gas in China and one of the largest independent companies worldwide in this industry. The […]
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Power For The Paper

The Lucart Group, an Italian multinational manufacturer of monolucid papers, tissue and airlaid products, has ordered two of the new of new NovaLT12 gas turbines from GE Oil & Gas for cogeneration applications (CHP) at two of its paper mills in the Tuscany region of Italy.    The new units will replace two existing GE

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New MD for Cogen Europe

Cogen Europe has appointed Hans Korteweg as managing director of the Brussels, Belgium-based association. Korteweg has more than 15 years of energy and environment policy experience  during which time he led the communications and lobbying strategies for organizations in Brussels, across Europe and internationally. He also has a decade of association management experience. Most recently,

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Chevron's $54 Billion LNG Plant Hits New Snag in Australia

It's at least the eighth outage since Gorgon LNG operations started 14 months ago.
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Shale Play 'Left for Dead' Gets Some Love as US Gas Rises

A natural gas basin that helped kickstart the shale boom a decade ago is getting a new lease on life as the market recovers.
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China to Complete Russia Pipeline Sections by End-2018 -Official

China is expected to complete the sections of the massive Russian oil and gas pipelines that lie in the northeastern province of Heilongjiang by the end of next year, a top provincial official said.
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