4th January 2011
Oil and gas reserves anyone? This is the sentiment expressed on a regular basis now by CNOOC, China’s largest offshore oil and gas producer. As China’s industry growth continues to test the strength of its bulging seams, CNOOC is there to accommodate any needs the flourishing country might have. In addition to industrial demand, consumer’s needs are also on the rise. Read more »
3rd January 2011
Last week, former Shell CEO John Hofmeister predicted gas prices reaching $5 per gallon by 2012. With that statement he created quite a stir of opinions. Many analysts agree, the US economy can’t support this kind of expense. And they’re probably right. As cash from our wallets ends up in the tank, other disposable income starts to shrink away, like a balloon losing air. But as oil prices continue to practically sprint towards $100 per barrel, experts believe the possibility of almost $4 per gallon at the pump is possibly a done deal. Read more »
1st January 2011
With exploding wells, shifting regulations, and uncertainty for investors, some players in the oil, gas, and consumable fuels field are teetering on the verge of collapse, while others are poised to profit. It's among the most-watched industries among those who have created a watchlist, and today we're able to single out the one energy player that is garnering the most attention. Read more »
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- 17th June - Senator John Barrasso: "Speed US Natural Gas Exports"
- 14th June - "Are Natural Gas Cars Next"
- 13th June - US Oil Production at Record High with Strong Market for Selling Mineral Rights
- 12th June - Should You Sell Your Mineral Rights and Royalties and Buy Marathon Petroleum?
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