- Argentina’s Senate Approves Plan to Expropriate YPF
Argentina’s Senate voted to approve President Cristina Kirchner’s bill to expropriate YPF SA, the country’s biggest oil and gas company.
- Sudan vs. South Sudan: Mixing Volatile Oil, Water and Religion
In the last two weeks, the lingering war between Sudan (northern Sudan, capital in Khartoum) and South Sudan (capital in Juba) has escalated dramatically.
- Nymex Crude Gains With Equities, Products Rise
U.S. crude futures rose Thursday, helped by gains in stock markets and fuel products that pushed oil to the highest settlement in three weeks.
- Bangladesh’s Claim to Myanmar Gas Rejected
India has escaped a standoff with neighboring Bangladesh following a ruling by International Tribunal for Law of the Sea (ITLOS) that India’s natural gas assets in Myanmar were outside Dhaka’s maritime limits.
- Total Further Reinforces Safety For Elgin Well Intervention
Total said the specialized crew currently intervening on its Elgin Platform have further reinforced safety in order to complete a planned operation to end a gas leak.
- Veteran Success Story: Seth Robert
Seth Robert is a former avionics, electronics, weapons technician for U/AH-1 helicopters in the U.S. Marine Corps, where he served from June 2000 to May 2005.
- Chesapeake, CEO to Negotiate Early Termination of Well Program Pact
Chesapeake said its board and CEO Aubrey K. McClendon agreed to negotiate the early termination of a founder well participation program contract that is due to expire at the end of 2015.
- Hiring Veterans Strengthens O&G Workforce
Hiring veterans is not only the right thing to do, but also a smart business decision for any oil and gas company.
- Mulva: North America Already Energy Independent in Natural Gas
N. America is already energy independent in terms of nat gas thanks to the shale gas revolution, and increased domestic oil production could slash oil imports by half in 2025, said James Mulva.
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