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Petrol Prices At U.K. Gas Stations As Price Of Oil Continues To Fall

One place in the U.S. where gas is still expensive

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Drivers on the East Coast, hooked up by pipelines to a bounty of supply from Texas and Louisiana refineries, are paying a record 88 cents a gallon less than their western counterparts, weekly Energy Information Administration data show.
BHP Chief Executive Officer Andrew Mackenzie speaks during a news conference in Sydney, Australia. (Ian Waldie/Bloomberg)

BHP lowers priority of Australian LNG project with Exxon

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A plunge in oil has forced companies from Royal Dutch Shell Plc to Chevron Corp. to cut or delay spending on projects that supply super-cooled gas linked to the price of crude.
(AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)

Wall Street models fail as Big Oil crushes estimates

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Exxon Mobil Corp., BP Plc and other major oil producers beat analysts’ profit estimates by an average of 46 percent for the first quarter, according to data compiled by Bloomberg
A member of Exxon Mobil's cleanup crew is reflected in water and oil in a drainage ditch along State Highway 365 in Mayflower, Ark., Monday, April 1, 2013. (AP Photo/Log Cabin Democrat, Courtney Spradlin)

Exxon Mobil firms to pay nearly $5M for Arkansas oil spill

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Assistant Attorney General John Cruden said the company did not admit liability as part of the agreement.
U.S. refineries consumed 245,000 barrels per day more last week than the week before. (Jake Daniels/The Enterprise)

Exxon may be expanding its Beaumont refinery

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Reuters reported in July that Exxon was considering a third crude distillation unit at the Beaumont refinery, potentially doubling its current 344,600-barrel per day capacity with a multi-billion dollar project.
Categories: Refining
(AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)

Exxon Mobil starts production at its new deepwater project in the Gulf

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Total production of the project is expected to reach about 300 million cubic feet of gas and 3,000 barrels of liquids per day from two wells.
(Jennifer A. Dlouhy / The Houston Chronicle)

Report: Arctic oil drilling needed now to sustain U.S. energy security

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The analysis makes the case for the United States to aggressively develop Arctic oil and gas resources that can help supply the country with energy long after some onshore fields are depleted.
A Swift Energy Co. production facility in Lake Washington off the Louisiana coast. (Swift Energy Co.)

Eagle Ford producer leases Exxon’s old space

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The Houston-based exploration firm plans to move into former Exxon Mobil space in the Five Greenspoint Place 19-story building at 17001 Northchase Drive.
Clean up crews use an absorbent boom to collect oil from along side the Yellowstone River in Laurel, Mont., Monday July 4, 2011. An Exxon Mobil pipeline near Laurel ruptured, spilling crude oil into the Yellowstone. (AP Photo/Jim Urquhart)

Exxon finishes $1.3 million in work from 2011 Montana spill

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The Texas oil giant paid for emergency training for local responders, fisheries improvement projects on the river and new leak detection equipment for the state.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell is briefed before a March 18, 2015 government auction of drilling rights in the central Gulf of Mexico. (Photo: Bureau of Ocean Energy Management)

Feds collect millions in Gulf oil drilling sale, despite falling prices

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Slumping oil prices tempered some of the industry’s enthusiasm for new drilling rights in the Gulf of Mexico — but not much.