12 October

The growth of low-priced natural gas supply from Appalachia and Texas appears to be changing the market calculus on winter heating demand this year. With pre-winter gas inventories sitting at their lowest levels in over a decade, prices remain near historic lows. In the coal market, inventories are also at their lowest level in more […]

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12 October

By the time the polls close on November 6, Democrats may have wrested control of the US Congress for the first time since January 2011, an outcome which could have dramatic consequences for the future of Donald Trump’s presidency. November’s US midterm elections could set the path forward for federal policy for years to come […]

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12 October

The Middle East LNG Institute facilitated The LNG Roundtable, supported by S&P Global Platts, in Singapore in July. Against the backdrop of LNG’s fast-increasing commoditization, participants debated “How to Trigger ‘LNG Markets 2.0’ to be Fit for Purpose for the Great Energy Transition?”, with 45 individuals from more than 30 of Asia’s key LNG trading, […]

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12 October

The summer months always constitute the peak travel season for US airlines, making the third quarter traditionally the heaviest sustained demand portion of the year. But Q3 2018 was something the industry had never seen. Record demand for jet fuel in both the US and Latin America, combined with sagging Renewable Volume Obligation (RVO) values, […]

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12 October

Predicting what Libyan crude production will be in a few months’ time can be even trickier than forecasting the oil price itself. And the risks it faces could multiply as the country – which holds the largest oil and gas reserves in Africa – moves towards critical elections in December. Libya’s recent rise in production […]

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12 October

Imports of Kuwaiti crude into the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port have fallen by 60.5% year on year as of September, with rising Iraqi crude imports failing to make up the full loss. For the first nine months of 2018, only 8.347 million barrels of Kuwaiti crude were imported into Morgan City, Louisiana, the delivery point […]

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12 October

The oil world seems ready, or even desperate, to take $100/b crude to the party. But while the dirty markets are still hunting for their bow ties, some US refined products are already bouncing across that dance floor. Low-RVP San Francisco 84-octane gasoline blendstock was assessed up $1.76/b at $101.09/b Tuesday — its first day […]

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12 October

Chinese President Xi Jinping last month announced a new $60 billion financing package in aid, investment and loans to Africa, as the world’s biggest energy importer continues to expand its global influence. Part of that pledge will further underpin efforts by China’s state oil giants to help develop the region’s sizeable oil and gas resources. […]

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12 October

TSX Venture Exchange: IKM-V CALGARY, Oct. 11, 2018 /CNW/ – Ikkuma Resources Corp. (“Ikkuma” or the “Corporation“) is pleased to provide an update on its recent activity. Ikkuma is pleased to announce that on October 9, 2018 it closed a conveyance and sale agreement for the sale of a non-core dormant midstream facility in the Alberta […]

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12 October

CALGARY, Alberta, Oct. 11, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Velvet Energy Ltd. (“Velvet”) and Iron Bridge Resources Inc. (TSX: IBR) (“Iron Bridge”) today announced that Iron Bridge has entered into an amalgamation agreement (the “Amalgamation Agreement”) with Velvet Acquisition Company Ltd. (“AcquisitionCo”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Velvet, under which Iron Bridge will amalgamate with AcquisitionCo, with […]

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