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    Texas’ oil and natural gas industry paid $13.9 billion in taxes and state royalties in fiscal year 2020, according to the Texas Oil and Gas Association. The fiscal 2020 figure represents a nearly 15-percent decrease year-on-year in industry-generated funds that support Texas schools, teachers, roads, infrastructure and various services. By […]

  • Alaska Judge Rules in Favor of Oil, Gas Drilling in Wildlife Refuge

    A federal judge in Alaska ruled that the Trump administration’s planned auction of oil drilling leases in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) could proceed as planned. The order by U.S. District Judge Sharon Gleason comes after environmental groups and the indigenous people of northeastern Alaska sought a preliminary injunction to block […]

  • North America’s Oil and Gas Pipelines to Double FSU’s by 2024

    North America is expected to have the maximum share of the global oil and gas trunk/transmission pipeline length by 2024, representing around 43%. Running for a length of 899 399 km, the region continues to lead global pipeline additions by 2024 with 25 335 km, lagging only behind Asia, says GlobalData, a data and analytics company. GlobalData’s […]

  • Permian Basin Natural Gas Pipeline Goes into Service

    A major pipeline to transport natural gas out of the Permian Basin to market went into service at the start of 2021 as the fossil fuel markets continued to show gradual signs of recovery from a historic collapse last spring created by the COVID-19 health crisis. The Permian Highway Pipeline, owned by Kinder Morgan, went into full service on Jan. […]

  • Contractor in Enbridge Project is Killed in Jobsite Accident

    A contractor working at a northeastern Minnesota construction yard associated with the Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline project was killed in an accident on December 18, 2020. “Enbridge has paused work in the area of a fatal accident involving a contractor at a construction yard this morning in Hill City, Minnesota,” Enbridge spokeswoman Juli […]

  • Saudi Aramco Discovers Four New Oil and Gas Fields

    Saudi Aramco has discovered four new oil and gas fields, the kingdom’s Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al Saud said, as quoted by the Saudi Press Agency. Two of the fields are unconventional deposits, the report said. One of these, al-Reesh, has three wells pumping oil at a rate of a combined 10.851 barrels of Arab extra light crude […]

  • U.S. Preparing New Sanctions Against Nord Stream 2 Pipeline

    The United States is urging European allies and private companies to halt work that could help build the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline and is preparing wider sanctions on the Russian project in coming weeks, senior Trump administration officials said. The outgoing Trump administration is readying a fresh round of congressionally mandated […]

  • ‘Northeaster’ Underscores Need for Additional Gas Pipelines

    Storm Gail, the northeast United States’ biggest winter storm in a decade, has focused minds on the insufficient energy infrastructure in the country, particularly limited gas pipeline capacity to supply all the fuel needed for both heat and power generation during the coldest of days.  As a result, many gas-fired plants have to switch to more […]

  • New Mexico Ends Fresh Water Sales for Oil and Gas

    The New Mexico State Land Office announced that it will be halting the practice of allowing fresh water to be pumped from state trust land and sold for use in oil and gas development. Land Commissioner Stephanie Garcia Richard detailed the shift in policy in a letter to companies that hold easements that grant access to trust land for pumping […]

  • Pakistan to Start Building LNG Pipeline with Russia in July

    Pakistan will start building a 1,100 kilometer (684 miles) pipeline in July with Russia that will allow the South Asian nation to operate more liquefied natural gas terminals. The South Asian nation will have a majority share of 51% to 74% in the project, while Russia will own the remainder. Pakistan’s gas distribution companies Sui Southern Gas […]

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