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Energy East Death Pins Oil Sands Hopes on Two Troubled Pipelines

Energy East would have given oil producers in Alberta and Saskatchewan another market for their crude.
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Shell, Varo End Talks on Germany Refinery Stake Sale

The two companies said last December that they had entered advanced talks on the stake sale, but the negotiations have been "discontinued", a spokeswoman for Varo told Reuters.
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How to Become a Drilling Consultant

Rigzone gives you the rundown on the education and experience requirements to become a drilling consultant.
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Oil Posts Biggest Weekly Drop Since May as Storm Concerns Ease

Oil took a downward turn as concerns eased about Tropical Storm Nate's threat to offshore crude platforms and coastal refineries.
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Dirty Water in U.S. Shale Patch Drives Investment in Water Handlers

Huge volumes of dirty water produced by U.S. shale firms are driving up investment in water-handling specialists, as cash-conscious oil and gas companies try to trim costs.
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U.S. Trade Dispute Scaring Companies From Buying Solar Power

A trade dispute over solar imports has stalled clean-energy projects across the U.S.
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Oil Edges Higher as Saudi-Russia Encounter Reassures Oil Bulls

Oil climbs as Saudi Arabia and Russia, the world's biggest oil exporters, signal continued cooperation on efforts to erode a global crude glut.
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Saudi Says "Flexible" on Russian Idea to Extend Oil Cuts to End-2018

Saudi Arabia made no firm pledge to extend a deal between OPEC, Russia and other producers on cutting supplies but said it was "flexible" regarding Moscow's suggestion to prolong the pact until the end of 2018.
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TransCanada's Decision to Scrap Pipeline Draws Cheers in Quebec

Politicians and environmental campaigners in Quebec are shedding few tears over TransCanada Corp.'s decision to pull the plug on its Energy East pipeline project.
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Tillerson Flap Bad Timing for Iran Decision: Balance of Power

Signs of friction are again plaguing Donald Trump's White House at a pivotal moment for his policy agenda.
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Sources: Shell Prep Louisiana Refineries to Keep Running in Storm

PBF Energy and Royal Dutch Shell Plc were preparing their Louisiana refineries to keep running during Tropical Storm Nate, which is forecast to make landfall in the state on Sunday, sources familiar with plant operations said.
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U.S. Gulf Oil Producers Start Evacuating Staff Ahead of Tropical Storm Nate

Oil and natural gas producers began evacuating staff at U.S. Gulf of Mexico platforms ahead of Tropical Storm Nate, the second storm in as many months to threaten Gulf Coast oil and refining facilities.
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Senators Object to Plan to Lower US Renewable Fuel Requirements for 2018

A group of 38 U.S. senators asked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to abandon plans to lower biofuels requirements for oil refiners in 2018, according to a letter made public by the office of Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota.
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Argentina Plans Auction for Offshore Oil Exploration Next Year

Argentina plans to auction offshore oil and gas exploration rights next year, in the hope of developing fields off its Atlantic coast like those in neighboring Brazil, the energy minister said.
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Refinery Blazes to Dent Shell 3Q Earnings

A recent string of fires at Royal Dutch Shell's refineries, including at Europe's largest, is expected to hit the oil and gas company's third-quarter profit and deal a setback to its efforts to improve the segment's performance.
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UK Energy Users Have a Taste of Brexit and Don't Like It

Britain is getting a preview of what some energy bills might be like after Brexit. And it's not popular.
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Petrofac Extends North Sea Contract with Chevron

Oilfield services company Petrofac Ltd said its North Sea engineering services contract with a unit of Chevron Corp had been extended for 12 months.
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Oil Drillers May See Big U.S. Tax Cut - If Deductions Survive

U.S. oil explorers could see a multibillion-dollar benefit from a move to slash the U.S. corporate tax rate but some of the industry's biggest tax breaks could also be under fire.
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Petronas' Canadian Unit Says Looking to Sell Oil and Gas Asset in Alberta

Progress Energy, the Canadian unit of Malaysian state energy firm Petroliam Nasional Berhad, said it was looking to sell its Deep Basin oil and gas asset in the Canadian province of Alberta.
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Transneft: Oil Supplies to Lukoil's Norsi Refinery Suspended Due to Fire

Crude oil deliveries to Lukoil's Norsi refinery in the Nizhny Novgorod region have been resumed after a fire at the facility, Russian pipeline monopoly Transneft.
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