WorldOil BSEE: Investment in partnership is good for energy dominance Continuing to spread his message of partnership, Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement Director Scott A. Angelle traveled to the west coast. Angelle participated in meetings with BSEE staff, industry, Air Force leadership, and other stakeholders Tuesday and Wednesday in California. Oil veteran Andy Hall said to brief OPEC on U.S. shale Andy Hall, the veteran crude trader who closed his hedge fund this year, will brief OPEC officials on the outlook for U.S. shale oil, according to a copy of the agenda seen by Bloomberg News. Funds managing $670 billion react to Norway oil "revolution" Asset management in the Nordic region is dominated by Norway’s $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund, which last week said it wants to exit all its oil and gas stocks. New gas turbine improves gas protection in dusty environments Parker Hannifin recently announced the release of its new clearcurrent PRO SP+ cartridge filter at the ADIPEC show in Abu Dhabi. Wood Group wins FEED contract for first-of-its-kind LNG production platform The Honghua Group Limited has awarded a $12 million front-end engineering design (FEED) contract to Wood for its LNG platform development in the West Delta area of the Gulf of Mexico. TransCanada wins approval to build Keystone XL in Nebraska TransCanada Corp. won Nebraska’s permission to build its long-delayed Keystone XL crude oil pipeline across the state. Wintershall deploys Emerson's wireless downhole monitoring system Emerson’s latest Roxar Downhole Sensor System has been deployed on the Maria field offshore Norway, providing the field’s operator Wintershall with improved well integrity monitoring and offshore safety. New rotating buoyancy module designed to create safe buckling zones Trelleborg’s offshore operation recently developed a new Rotating Buoyancy Module system for buckling mitigation for subsea pipelines. $1.8-billion Tenaris mill in Bay City targets Permian operators Tenaris recently opened a new $1.8-billion pipe manufacturing mill in Bay City, Texas, and with the new mill, it is targeting service for U.S. shale operators—in particular, those operating in the Permian basin—according to a local Houston newspaper. WTI holds near $56/bbl after surging on Saudi cut-extension plea Oil held near $56/bbl after surging the most in almost two weeks as Saudi Arabia’s energy minister said OPEC should announce an extension to supply cuts when it meets at the end of the month.