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June 05, 2024
The Kaskida project is a greenfield development 250 miles southwest of New Orleans, in the Keathley Canyon area of the Gulf of Mexico. Comprising a single topside module supported by a four-column semi-submersible hull, the Kaskida FPU is supported by subsea production wells located in a water depth of approximately 6,000 ft. 
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June 05, 2024
The second day of the Energy NL Annual Conference & Exhibition 2024 got underway today with a morning address by the Honourable Seamus O’Regan Jr., Minister of Labour and Seniors, who outlined the Government of Canada’s efforts to support energy development, including amendments to the Atlantic Accord.
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June 05, 2024
Enverus Intelligence Research (EIR), a subsidiary of Enverus, has released new research that analyzes which oil and gas plays show the greatest rate of increase in drilling speeds and whether well costs correlate with drilling speeds. In addition, the report looks at how well designs are affecting drilling efficiencies.
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June 04, 2024
The Energy NL Annual Conference & Exhibition 2024 began on Tuesday, June 4, 2024, with an opening address by Premier Dr. Andrew Furey, who committed his support for the Newfoundland and Labrador energy industry, including the offshore oil and gas sector and the renewable energy sector.
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June 04, 2024
Drilling will shortly commence on the final section of the State 36-2R well.  The objective for this short section is to land the well safely within the Cane Creek reservoir and drill the remaining 320 ft to intersect both the reservoir and the productive natural fracture system encountered by the original well.
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June 04, 2024
The decisions made in Washington — “the capital of the energy world” — will have “massive impacts” and influence spending around the globe, Sawan said.
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June 02, 2024
The oil and gas and basic industry sectors are expected by Barclays to be the most active for M&A during the next year. This week alone, Energy Transfer LP agreed to buy WTG Midstream in a $3.25 billion deal, while ConocoPhillips announced a $17 billion deal for fellow producer Marathon Oil Corp.
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June 02, 2024
Surge has now identified the potential for up to 100 multi-lateral drilling locations at Hope Valley. Surge's technical interpretation of its recent 46 square kilometer 3-D seismic program has allowed the company to de-risk these future drilling locations in Hope Valley.
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May 29, 2024
Tellurian Inc. and Aethon Energy Management LLC announced an agreement for Aethon to acquire Tellurian’s integrated upstream assets for $260 million, alongside a Heads of Agreement for Aethon to purchase 2 MMtpa of liquified natural gas from Tellurian’s Driftwood LNG plant.
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May 29, 2024
The move expands ConocoPhillips’ footprint in domestic shale fields from Texas to North Dakota and hands the company reserves as far afield as Equatorial Guinea. It adds to a wave of recent megadeals as producers seek new drilling sites on a bet that oil and gas demand will remain robust for years to come.
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May 28, 2024
The FTC was “straining” to find a reason to criticize Exxon’s deal for Pioneer, Sheffield’s lawyers wrote in the 23-page filing to the agency. Sheffield was examined under oath for four hours by the regulator on April 9 as part of its six-month investigation into the merger “but did not ask questions about his communications and gave him no opportunity to explain them,” according to the filing.
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May 22, 2024
The first phase of decommissioning commenced in February, with Elemental Energies providing well management services from its Houston office for the plugging and abandonment of wells in the Matagorda Island area, offshore Texas.
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May 21, 2024
APA Corporation announced the sale of non-core producing properties by Apache Corporation in two separate transactions for over $700 million. Combined, the properties represent estimated net production in the first-quarter 2024 of 13,000 boed, of which just over one-third is oil.
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May 16, 2024
Crescent Energy's acquisition of SilverBow Resources for $2.1 billion solidifies its position as a key player in the Eagle Ford region, combining robust assets for long-term growth.
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May 14, 2024
The 24,000 acre blaze expanded to the northeast and is now about 8.4 miles from the Fort McMurray landfill. The fire is one of two listed as out of control in Alberta and the closest to the oil sands, where the bulk of Canada’s 4.9 MMbopd is produced.
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May 13, 2024
Shale operators drilled more crude wells than they fracked in April, marking the first back-to-back increase in drilled-but-uncompleted projects since late 2022, according to a report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration on Monday.
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May 12, 2024
Massive fires burned down swathes of Fort McMurray eight years ago, forcing thousands of residents to evacuate and temporarily shutting more than MMbpd of oil production.  
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May 09, 2024
Production will rise to 3.8 MMbpd by 2030, about 3% higher than projected last year, S&P said Thursday. Companies including Exxon Mobil Corp.’s Imperial Oil Ltd. unit and Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. are expanding existing oil-sands well sites, taking advantage of the start of new pipeline capacity to the Pacific Coast.
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May 08, 2024
On Day 2 (Tuesday, May 7) of OTC 2024, Andy Krieger—Senior V.P. for bp’s Gulf of Mexico (GOM) and Canadian businesses—played host for a panel on the company’s operations in the GOM at OTC 2024. Within the broader discussion of the company’s operations in the GOM, a few key topics surfaced: the potential and opportunities of the Paleogene formation layer; current operational prospects for the GOM; and balancing these prior two items with the ever-present push for cleaner, more sustainable operations.
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May 07, 2024
bp is weighing a decision to proceed with its Tiber offshore oil project in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico by 2025, aiming to increase its production to 400,000 boed by 2030, up from 300,000 boed in 2023.
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May 07, 2024
Exxon Mobil Corp. plans to establish a single North American research and technology hub at its Houston headquarters, resulting in the closure of campuses in Clinton, New Jersey, and Sarnia in Ontario.
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