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Tropical Storm Polo Threatens Battered Mexican Resort of Los Cabos

  Tropical storm Polo barreled nearer on Friday to the Mexican Pacific resort of Los Cabos where thousands of troops were restoring order following widespread

Chevron To Find Buyers for Hawaiian Refinery

  Chevron Corp has hired an investment bank to identify potential buyers of its 54,000 barrel-a-day refinery in Kapolei on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, a company official said.

Ecopetrol Sees Recovery in 2015 Oil Output

Colombia's top energy company Ecopetrol is targeting production of 1 million barrels of oil equivalent per day in 2015, a steep recovery over this year, clouded

Kinder Morgan Bolsters Gulf Logistics Infrastructure

To capitalize on a flood of domestic and Canadian crude into the U.S. Gulf Coast, logistics giant Kinder Morgan Energy Partners is spending more than $1.5 billion

Exxon: U.S. to Allow Wind Down Ops in Russian Arctic

U.S. oil major Exxon Mobil said on Friday the U.S. Treasury Department granted it a license to wind down operations on a drilling well in the Kara Sea in the Russian Arctic.

U.S. Crude Falls on Worries About Glut, Brent Flat

Front-month expires Monday, long liquidation seen; dollar index highest in more than four years.   U.S. crude oil fell on Friday, on track for its fourth daily

Novatek Bonds Could Carry 15-year Maturity

Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said on Friday that a possible bond issue from Russia's second-largest gas producer Novatek, which could be bought by the country's National Wealth Fund,

Oil Steady at $98 on Oversupply Worries

Talk of OPEC cuts, lower Libyan output support prices; Dollar index highest in more than four years. Middle East tensions remain a big focus.   Brent crude oil

Russia: Exxon Still Drilling in its Arctic

ExxonMobil is still drilling in the Russian Arctic, a Russian minister said on Friday, in move that if confirmed will anger Washington after the U.S. administration

Statoil Finds Gas in Arctic Norway

Norwegian energy firm Statoil has found gas in the Pingvin prospect in the Norwegian Arctic, one of its partners said on Friday. "The well has identified gas in a sandstone reservoir,

FPSO Petrojarl Knarr Delivered to Norway

Three tugs of Fairmount Marine have towed the brand new FPSO Petrojarl Knarr from South Korea to Norway in just 61 days. Petrojarl Knarr, one of world’s largest

Egypt Awards Oil & Gas Exploration Blocks

Egypt has signed oil and gas exploration deals worth $187 million with several Western companies and a Tunisian firm, the petroleum ministry said on Friday. The

Lukoil CEO: Russian 2015 Output Will Not Fall

Russia's second-biggest oil producer Lukoil, a target of U.S. sanctions over the Ukraine crisis, will not cut domestic oil output next year but will invest less money in projects,

China Power Plants Exempt from ban on Low-Quality Coal

China's bid to limit the consumption of low-quality thermal coal in major cities to help curb pollution will not apply to power plants, traders and utility sources said,

Exxon, Rosneft May Halt Arctic Operations

Russia's natural resources minister said on Friday that it was highly likely that U.S. oil major Exxon Mobil Corp and its Russian counterpart Rosneft had halted

SPP: Gas Supplies Still Down 25 pct

Slovak natural gas importer SPP said it had seen an approximate 25 percent reduction in shipments of Russian gas via Ukraine compared with requested amounts on Friday.

Livingston Appoint Candace Sider V-P Regulatory, Canada

Customs brokerage and trade compliance advisors, Livingston, say that to better reflect the company’s integral role in regulatory affairs for its clients, Livingston

South Carolina Ports Container Volume Up by 13%

  SC Ports Authority reported container volumes up 13 percent fiscal year to date, a strong start to the first two months of the fiscal calendar. The SCPA handled 163,

Second Sailing Added to Cleveland-Europe Express

The Port of Cleveland and Amsterdam-based Spliethoff Group announced today their mutual intent to add a second monthly vessel to the Cleveland-Europe Express (CEE),

How Islamic State Uses Syria's Oil to Fuel Its Advances

In an oil field in northeastern Syria, a queue of trucks lines up daily to load crude sold cheaply by Islamic State militants who have hijacked parts of the country's

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