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

'Diesel demand has been strong in emerging economies,' says Peter Lee, an analyst at BMI Research.
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How to Craft Recruiting Messages to Attract Job Candidates

Here are some tips on writing the perfect recruiting text that will have the right candidates lining up to interview.
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Franklin To Hit Mexico Oil State As Season's First Atlantic Hurricane

Storm Franklin, now a Category 1 hurricane, is set to crash into eastern Mexico's key oil-producing Gulf state of Veracruz.
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Continental Resources CEO: Absolutely No New Debt

Continental Resources will fund future wells from cash flow and not take on any new debt, Chief Executive Harold Hamm says.
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No-Name US Oil Driller Gets Shot at World's Top Reserves

'It's very unorthodox to see a small player like Horizontal Well Drillers pop up on a project this size,' said Luke Lemoine, an energy analyst at Capital One Securities Inc.
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Petrochina's Refinery, Gas Fields And Pipelines Unaffected By Sichuan Quake

Petrochina's Refinery, Gas Fields And Pipelines Unaffected By Sichuan Quake
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Pakistan's Skydiving PM Seen Soothing Military, Energy Fears

Family links to Pakistan's powerful military and a cabinet stint championing the use of LNG will probably help new prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi navigate thorny relations.
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US Crude Stockpiles Drop As Refinery Use Hits 12-Year High

US crude stockpiles fell last week as refineries boosted output to the highest percentage of capacity in 12 years, the EIA says.
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Brazil Authorizes Petrobras To Export Idle LNG Cargoes

Petroleo Brasileiro SA has been authorized to export idle LNG in the spot market.
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Where Did the Oil, Gas Workers Go?

Rigzone explores the industries where departed oil and gas workers migrated to the most, based on survey results.
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Gazprom: Opal Pipeline Operating At Full Capacity

Gazprom said it used the Opal pipeline to full capacity for the first time since a German court lifted a restriction on the company's access last month.
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Innovate, Cut Costs: How A Russian Oil Firm Navigates Global Supply Curbs

A global deal cutting crude output has forced Tatneft to curb flows at some fields, leaving it with lower revenues but little relief from maintenance and running costs.
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Biggest US Fuel Pipeline Fills Up as East Coast Tanks Drain

Colonial Pipeline is back to business as usual - with more demand to move fuels to the East Coast from Houston than it has space for.
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Continental Becomes Latest US Shale Producer To Cut Budget

Continental Resources cut its 2017 capital budget, the latest US shale oil producer to cut back on drilling and fracking equipment amid tepid crude prices.
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US Natgas Output Seen Up In 2017, Still Below 2015 Record

The US EIA projected dry natural gas production would rise in 2017 after falling in 2016, while gas consumption would decline in 2017.
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How to Sell Yourself in the Job Search: The Approach

In the approach, your job search transitions to real-time.
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Oil Declines as Supply Concerns Loom With Summer Season Ending

Oil slid on concerns that supplies may rise once the summer driving season ends.
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Uniper Says Europe Needs To Find New Gas Sources, Fend Off US

European gas suppliers must take a more proactive role in tapping into diverse supply sources in view of US attempts to sell its LNG into Europe, Uniper CEO says.
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Rosneft Says Lent Venezuela's State Oil Firm A Total Of $6B

Rosneft says it made around $6 billion in pre-payments to PDVSA and had no immediate plans to make any further advance payments soon.
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China Gas Sellers Sidestep State Giants to Ride Demand Surge

China's independent energy firms are seeking to circumvent its state-backed giants as they cash in on swelling natural gas use.
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