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While the shale boom will continue to fuel pipeline expansion in North America, Asia is forecast to pass it as the largest market for oil and gas pipe demand.
CenterPoint Energy Chief Operating Officer Scott M. Prochazka will succeed CEO David McClanahan, who’s stepping down at the end of the year.
Anadarko has released a series of videos providing a cool look inside the journey of its Lucius platform, the company’s latest technological marvel to work in the deep-water Gulf of Mexico.
Maersk Drilling has named its first ultradeep-water drillship and is preparing the landmark vessel to begin work on an Exxon Mobil project in the Gulf of Mexico early next year.
Even in the midst of an oil boom, the United States is far more dependent on foreign crude today than it was during the 1973 fuel crisis.
Chairman and CEO John T. Gremp will take on the title of president after FMC Technologies President Robert L. Potter steps down Nov. 30.
The United States will pass Saudi Arabia and Russia to become the world’s top oil and gas producer this year, according to federal projections released Friday.
Power companies will trim their demand for natural gas this winter while the industrial sector will expand its use of the fossil fuel, according to projections from the Natural Gas Supply Association.
Stabilis Energy and Flint Hills Resources have announced plans to build up to five natural gas liquefiers to serve oil field operations, with the first facility planned to launch in the Eagle Ford Shale in January 2015.
Houston Community College announced Thursday the creation of its new Global Oil and Gas Drilling Training Center, an initiative to address the critical shortage of skilled oil and gas workers by changing how rig crews are recruited and developed.