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ExxonMobil Halts Drilling Off California Coast 1 Month After Oil Spill - Oilpro.com

ExxonMobil Halts Drilling Off California Coast 1 Month After Oil Spill

Drilling For Gold In Them There Hills - Oilpro.com

In the late / early I was involved in the supply of certain materials for the installation of several 'Hawk Antiaircraft Defensive Missile Bases' in.

Oil Just Fell Below $30 For The First Time This Downcycle [WTI Chart] - Oilpro.com

Oil Just Fell Below $30 For The First Time This Downcycle [WTI Chart] - Oilpro.com

Oil Spirals Below $32 - A New Low For The Downturn - Oilpro.com

Oil hit a new low Monday, falling for a sixth-straight session as concerns over a slowing China economy have dimmed hopes for demand in

Cairn Energy Continues Senegal Success - Oilpro.com

Cairn Energy successfully drilled their exploration well offshore Senegal using Ocean Rig's Ocean Rig Athena ultra-deepwater drillship.

19 Libya soldiers killed in militia attack on oil ports |

Amid the most enduring global oil glut in nearly 2 decades, Libya says it may double oil production to bpd by next month if discussions to reopen the.

Sevan Marine Says "Illegal Conduct" Likely In Petrobras Contracts - Oilpro.com

Sevan Marine: Illegal Conduct Was Likely In Petrobras Contracts

Norwegian oil major Statoil has reported an oil spilled observed in the North Sea close to a loading buoy at the Statfjord offshore oil field. The oil spill was first reported at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday in the vicinity of the OLS loading buoy. Statoil says that the oil spill was discovered during the loading …

Oil Spill at Statfjord Field Offshore Norway -Statoil – gCaptain

One Year After The Collapse Began, The EIA Assesses US Oil - Oilpro.com

On Tuesday, the EIA released its second report in as many days diagnosing and forecasting the state of the US oil picture. About a year ago (specifically, on.

Kansas’ largest oil producer rejects Oklahoma earthquake regulations | The Wichita Eagle

SandRidge Energy Inc., the largest oil producer in Kansas and largest disposer of waste water in Oklahoma, is refusing to abide by regulations designed to prevent earthquakes, according to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.

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