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The EIA notes that the net oil export revenues of OPEC’s members increased in 2017 and are likely to do so again this year.
Global leaders discuss future of world’s energy focus at Gastech and GPEX.
Ashley Kelty, oil & gas research analyst at Cantor Fitzgerald Europe, comments on the impact of Hurricane Florence on oil prices.
A Bloomberg NEF report forecasts record LNG imports in 2018, with the majority of demand driven by China, Japan, South Korea and India.
Asia will lead global natural gas pipelines industry with highest pipeline additions to 2022, says GlobalData.
Shaun Reynolds, Partner and head of the oil and gas transaction services team at Deloitte in Aberdeen, gave his comments on the report.
Norway’s largest and longest pipeline, laid by a Saipem vessel, has reached the Johan Sverdrup field in the North Sea.
Russia is set to reap record ruble revenues from the upstream oil and gas sector over the next six years, according to GlobalData.
The strategic partnership’s main scope is for the disposal of the steel platform’s integrated accommodation, drilling and production topsides.
Kristina Sabirova, BGS Group, examines one of today's key concepts for the Russian downstream industry.