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10/18/19 Oil Prices Rise Again Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019
WTI and Brent crude oil finished higher for the second consecutive day.
$4B India Complex Might Use Wind and Solar Power Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019
This photo shows the designed site for the chemical complex, Mundra Port in Gujarat, India. PHOTO SOURCE: Adani
Saudi Aramco to Delay IPO Launch Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019
Saudi Aramco has postponed the launch of the world's largest IPO, a move that may put the oil giant's planned November listing in jeopardy.
Rangeland Midstream Canada Begins Oil Pipeline Construction Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019
Rangeland Energy III LLC subsidiary, Rangeland Midstream Canada, Ltd., has begun construction of its Marten Hills Pipeline System.
Marathon Petroleum Board, Investors in Talks About CEO Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019
Marathon Petroleum Corp. board members are meeting this week with activist investors to discuss CEO Gary Heminger's future and the company's strategy amid calls to split up its businesses.
Gulf Oil Production to Set Records Through 2020 Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019
Annual oil production in the Gulf of Mexico is expected to jump to 1.9 million bpd in 2019.
Aramco's IPO Comes in Midst of Rough Times for Saudi Markets Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019
Anyone buying into Saudi Aramco's initial public offering in anticipation of a quick rebound in the country's stock market may be in for a disappointment.
Asian Buyers Seek Oil From Closer to Home Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019
Soaring oil tanker costs are boosting Asian demand for crude grades produced closer to home.
BHGE Drops the GE Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019
Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE) reported Thursday that it has changed its name to Baker Hughes Co.
Buyer for Chevron's UK Fields Seeks Funds From Traders Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019
A unit of Delek Group is seeking alternative means of financing to complete its $2B acquisition of some of Chevronâ€™s North Sea oil and gas assets.
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