Monthly Archives: November 2010

KBR opens Angola center

November 30,2010 –KBR is opening an Angola Operating Center in Luanda…..  More »

Drumbeat: November 30, 2010

Saudi Arabia, Kuwait Seek Gas to Supplant Use of Oil for Power Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest oil exporter, and neighbor Kuwait seek to add natural gas supply to avoid burning crude and refined products to generate power, officials from the two na…  More »

BP’s spill drives demand for new drilling rigs

The Macondo disaster in the Gulf of Mexico is prompting companies around the world to pump billions in new drilling technology. New safety concerns surrounding offshore platforms  is driving demand for newer rigs. As one analyst told Bloomberg N…  More »

FuelFix Newslinks |11.30.10|

Industry argues. Exxon sells, maybe will BP, too. New Texas nuke partner. (Photo: David Ohmer/Flickr)  More »

Iraq to ease logistical, tariff burden for oil firms

As oil companies mobilize people and equipment for the coming oil boom, Iraq’s minister of transportation talks about discounted tariffs for oil-sector imports and solving logistical problems at the ports.  More »

Iraq to ease logistical, tariff burden for oil firms

As oil companies mobilize people and equipment for the coming oil boom, Iraq’s minister of transportation talks about discounted tariffs for oil-sector imports and solving logistical problems at the ports.  More »

Iraq to ease logistical, tariff burden for oil firms

As oil companies mobilize people and equipment for the coming oil boom, Iraq’s minister of transportation talks about discounted tariffs for oil-sector imports and solving logistical problems at the ports.  More »

Wood Group wins $875m Israel power plant – $

The FTSE 250 oil services company has agreed an $875m deal to build a natural gas power station in Israel  More »

Green Column: A Mundane Approach to a Vexing Problem

Buildings account for about 40 percent of energy use in the United States and Europe because of the need for amenities like heating, cooling and lighting.  More »

Green Column: A Mundane Approach to a Vexing Problem

Buildings account for about 40 percent of energy use in the United States and Europe because of the need for amenities like heating, cooling and lighting.  More »

Green Column: A Mundane Approach to a Vexing Problem

Buildings account for about 40 percent of energy use in the United States and Europe because of the need for amenities like heating, cooling and lighting.  More »

Green Column: A Mundane Approach to a Vexing Problem

Buildings account for about 40 percent of energy use in the United States and Europe because of the need for amenities like heating, cooling and lighting.  More »

Green Column: A Mundane Approach to a Vexing Problem

Buildings account for about 40 percent of energy use in the United States and Europe because of the need for amenities like heating, cooling and lighting.  More »

Oil and gas industry works to save tax breaks

WASHINGTON — Oil and gas industry leaders are warning the lame-duck Congress that lawmakers will jeopardize jobs and an economic rebound if they slash tax incentives for energy producers and petroleum refiners. The Obama administration has proposed …  More »

BP cuts will reduce ranks of local energy traders

BP is cutting its global energy trading staff by about 10 percent, including an undisclosed number of Houston-area jobs. Energy trading played a major role in BP’s earnings in 2008 and 2009 because of energy price volatility, but 2010 has seen a more c…  More »