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Court Rejects PGniG's Attempt To Limit Gazprom's Use Of Opal Pipeline

A German court confirmed it had rejected a request by Polish energy company PGniG and its German subsidiary.
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US Oil Pipeline Rivals Look To Consolidate West Texas Projects

US pipeline firms scramble to plot new pipelines to take all that petroleum from West Texas to refineries, export hubs and petrochemical plants.
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Regulator: Oklahoma Pipeline Breach Spilled 15,800 Gallons of Oil

An accidental breach this week of Centurion Pipeline LP's oil pipeline in Oklahoma spilled 377 barrels of oil before it was repaired.
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$800 Million Gas Pipeline Proposed As Argentina Preps For Shale Boom

Gas transporter TGS, controlled by Pampa EnergĂ­a, has proposed an $800 million pipeline and gas treatment plant in Argentina's Vaca Muerta shale fields, a company source says.
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Mercuria: Record US Oil Exports Set To Surge Further

Already record US oil exports are set to surge further in the coming month.
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Norway Puts on the Brakes But Oil-Cash Splurge Is Hard to Kick

The Norwegian government proposed spending $29B of its oil income and wealth to plug a deficit equal to 7.7% of gross domestic product, roughly unchanged from this year.
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Oil Slips Despite Larger Draw In US Stocks

Oil prices rebounded from earlier losses, but ended lower on the day.
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BSEE: About 20% US Gulf Oil Output Offline Due To Hurricane Nate

About 20% of US Gulf of Mexico oil production is offline in the aftermath of Hurricane Nate, BSEE says.
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WoodMackenzie: Norway Remains Among World's Top 10 Places To Discover Oil

Norway remains among the top 10 places to find oil worldwide, consultancy firm Wood Mackenzie says.
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Bids On Lebanon Offshore Energy Blocks Close

Lebanon's Energy Minister Cesar Abi Khalil says a tender has closed on a first round of offshore energy blocks.
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BP, Azerbaijan's SOCAR To Sign Caspian Sea Exploration Deal In 2017

SOCAR plans to sign a production-sharing agreement with BP to jointly explore prospects in a new block.
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Sasol Plans More Hiring for Louisiana Project

Company hits milestone for $11 billion ethane cracker and derivatives project.
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Greek Firm Gastrade Signs LNG Deal With State-Owned DEPA

DEPA signs a cooperation agreement with natural gas company Gastrade to participate in the development of a liquified natural gas terminal.
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EIA: US Crude Inventories Fall, Gasoline Posts Surprise Build

US crude oil inventories fell last week as refining rates rose, while gasoline posted an unexpected hefty build, the EIA says.
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China Buys Rare Norway LNG Cargo As Spot Deals Rise Ahead Of Winter

China has bought a rare cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Norway, Reuters shipping data shows.
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Turning the Faucet Back On: OFS Rebuilding Workforce

After a prolonged oil slump and hundreds of thousands of layoffs, oilfield service companies are having to hire talent again.
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OPEC Is Said to See Oil Inventory Glut Finally Gone in One Year

OPEC expects its efforts to clear the surplus in oil inventories to finally succeed by the end of the third quarter of next year, say people familiar with the group's internal forecasts.
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BLOG: Where's Oil and Gas Travel Getting Pricier (and Cheaper)?

Read this if you're heading to Aberdeen, Houston or other oil and gas hubs in 2018.
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Dakota Access Helps Drillers But Isn't a Bakken Game-Changer

Is the Dakota Access 'a game-changer?'
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IEA: China's Crude Oil Buying Spree Looks Set To Continue

China has built its crude oil stockpiles at a record pace in 2017 and inventories could hit the billion-barrel mark in six months, IEA says.
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