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What OPEC’s Thanksgiving meeting means for U.S. producers

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The group will decide Thursday whether to maintain its current production quota of 30 million barrels of oil per day or reduce that figure in an effort to boost crude oil prices. More »
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OPEC timeline: War, terror punctuate annual Vienna meetings

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries has had a tumultuous 54-year history.  More »
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10 things to know about OPEC’s big meeting on Thursday

The cartel’s meeting on Thursday could be one of the most consequential in years for the oil and gas industry and global politics.  More »
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Oil falls after 4 nations fail to pledge output cuts

WTI for January delivery fell $1.69 to $74.09 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.  More »

A tall steel tower on board the Cidade de Angra Dos Reis flares natural gas extracted from Petrobras’ Tupi field. (Houston Chronicle)

United States’ SEC subpoenas Brazil’s Petrobras

The subpoena is the latest chapter in a saga about the corruption scandal at Petrobras.  More »
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Oil price slump to force spending cuts, Moody’s says

Independent exploration and production companies are less willing to spend as oil prices hover around $75 per barrel, particularly in risky shale plays or regions outside of the the core, sweet spot acreage, according to the analysis released Tuesday by the ratings agency.  More »
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Thanksgiving gas prices lowest since 2009

AAA projects that plummeting gas prices could mean many more Americans on the road this Thanksgiving.  More »
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Oil boom triggering cowboy shortage across Canada

There’s been a lot of attention paid to how Canada’s oil boom has helped make gasoline cheaper. What many people may not realize is that the boom is also driving up the prices they pay for burgers and steaks.  More »
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak. (Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg)

Russian oil-output cuts to support OPEC seen as unlikely

Brent crude oil futures rose as much as 0.8 percent to $80.30 a barrel in London trading Tuesday.  More »
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C&J Energy ordered to pause merger with Nabors unit

The judge ruled that during a 30-day suspension of the deal, C&J Energy’s board must shop the deal to other buyers in order to get the best price possible.  More »
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Northeast natural gas prices still well above average despite warmer winter

The EIA says lower production and lack of pipeline capacity are to blame.  More »
The United Kalavryta, shown here in the Gulf in late July, remains anchored about 60 miles off Galveston's coast. (Courtesy: U.S. Coast Guard)

Tanker dispute lingers as oil policy negotiations begin in Iraq

As Iraq irons out some of its oil policy differences at home with the Kurdistsan Regional Government, the two remain locked in a dispute in U.S. courts over a tanker of crude that arrived nearly four months ago off Galveston’s coast carrying cargo Iraq claims was stolen.  More »
Natural gas is flared at a Pioneer Natural Resources well, in Karnes County, Texas in 2010. Technology developed 
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Timeline slips for some oil and gas regulations

Here’s an overview of what’s coming and when in Obama administration rules for the oil and gas industry.  More »
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