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Top Oil Buyers Go on Light Crude Diet to Satisfy Diesel Craving

'Diesel demand has been strong in emerging economies,' said Peter Lee, an analyst at BMI Research.
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S. Korea's SK Energy Buys First US Crude Oil In Move Away From Middle East

SK Energy is buying its first-ever continental US crude oil shipment as producer club OPEC's output cuts raise MidEast prices.
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OPEC Expects Laggards To Comply More Fully With Oil Cut Pact

OPEC expects greater adherence to its pact with non-OPEC producers to cut oil output after two days of meetings in Abu Dhabi aimed at boosting compliance with the accord.
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Shell Restarts Part Of Europe's Largest Oil Refinery

Shell says it is restarting a number of units at Europe's largest oil refinery in the Netherlands.
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Baker Hughes Clinches Integrated Services Contract For PNG Gas Field

Baker Hughes wins a major contract to provide a wide range of services to develop Papua New Guinea's first offshore gas field.
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Common Interview Questions for Mechanical Engineers

Rigzone shares what types of interview questions mechanical engineers can expect to hear.
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Petrobras CEO: Pre-Salt Oil Extraction Costs $8 Per Barrel

Oil extraction in Brazil's promising pre-salt offshore wells costs about $8 per barrel, Petrobras CEO Pedro Parente said at an event in Sao Paulo.
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Subsea Compressors Reach Field-Proven Status

The two subsea compression systems by MAN Diesel & Turbo (MAN) installed and operating at the Statoil’s ├ůsgard gas field, Norway, have officially reached the highest Technology Readiness Level (TRL) 7, with both compressor trains surpassing 10,000 operating hours. According to MAN, the subsea facility operated by Statoil registered an availability close to 100% since […]

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Kemp: Hedge Funds Get Bullish Again On Oil (Third Time Lucky?)

Hedge funds and other money managers are becoming bullish again about oil prices, for the third time this year.
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Oil Slips As Output Rises At Libya's Largest field

Oil prices dipped as a rebound in production from Libya's largest oil field prompted selling, and investors worried about higher output from OPEC and the United States.
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Keystone XL Pipeline Fate in Balance as Nebraska Opens Hearings

Nebraska regulators open a final hearing on TransCanada's proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
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Fluor Wins Malaysia Isononanol Plant Contract

The chemical building block isononanol is used in plasticizers for automotive and building applications.
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Oil Slips As Output Rises At Libya's Largest field

Oil prices dipped as a rebound in production from Libya's largest oil field prompted selling, and investors worried about higher output from OPEC and the United States.
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US To Relax Rules Protecting Sage Grouse, In Win For Oil Drillers

The US Interior Department launches an overhaul to an Obama-era plan to protect sage grouse that it says aims to both preserve the species of bird while expanding opportunities for oil.
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Libya's Largest Oil Field 'Back to Normal' After Disruption

Libya's biggest oil field Sharara is 'back to normal' after a disruption caused by protests in the politically fragmented country, the state National Oil Corp. says.
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Higher-Cost Crude Could Squeeze Margins At US Refiners

US refiners could face a continued squeeze on profit margins in the months ahead as dwindling supplies of heavy crude from Venezuela and elsewhere are leading several to switch.
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The Shale Revolution and the Great Crew Change

There are not many Explorationists left.
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Hong Kong's NewOcean To Build $1.2B Oil Refinery In Malaysia

Hong Kong's NewOcean Energy Holdings Limited says it plans to build a $1.2 billion petroleum refinery complex.
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Chinese-Owned Oil Firm Addax Shuts Offices After Swiss Bribery Case

Chinese-owned oil firm Addax Petroleum is shutting its offices in Geneva, Houston and Aberdeen, a month after it agreed to pay 31 million Swiss francs ($31.85 million)to settle charges of suspected bribery of foreign officials.
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Japan, Russia Need To Enhance Trust Before Gas Pipeline Plans

Japan and Russia need to work on building a more trusting relationship before any plans to build a natural gas pipeline can be fulfilled.
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