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Getting a glimpse of Exxon Mobil’s new campus

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The complex resembles a modern college campus with plenty of landscaping, about 20 buildings, three large parking garages, a wellness center and more.

Getting a glimpse of Exxon Mobil’s new campus

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(Jordan Blum/Houston Chronicle)
The complex resembles a modern college campus with plenty of landscaping, about 20 buildings, three large parking garages, a wellness center and more.
The shadows of  workers in the Permian Basin on February 5, 2015 in Mentone, Texas. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Oil industry needs half a trillion dollars to endure price slump

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If oil stays at about $40 a barrel, the shakeout could be profound.

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Oil down as Ukraine fears ease, U.S. supplies rise

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U.S. crude for April delivery dropped $1.88 to close at $101.45 a barrel.
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Exxon Mobil to cut spending this year

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The company says it will reduce capital spending by 6 percent.
Tony Weber, managing partner and chief operating officer of Natural Gas Partners, speaks at the IHS CERAWeek energy conference in Houston on March 5, 2014. ( Melissa Phillip / Houston Chronicle )

Oil and gas flow may not meet pipelines’ cash flow expectations

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Pipeline companies are competing for reliable, long-term customers to meet the demands of investors expecting steady cash flows.
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Bill Maloney, executive vice president of Statoil (Emily Pickrell/Houston Chronicle)

Statoil: Mexico is still a wait-and-see investment opportunity

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Mexico passed the constitutional laws that could open up its energy sector to private investment last December, but the regulations governing the details are still being developed – and these regulations will be critical in determining whether companies like Statoil would consider investing.
Categories: Latin America
Chris Finlayson, CEO of BG Group, speaks during the IHS CERAWeek conference at Hilton Americas - Houston Wednesday, March 5, 2014, in Houston. ( Melissa Phillip / Houston Chronicle )

US gas exports will grow but won’t change markets, CEO says

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U.S. tankers carrying cheap natural gas will ride a massive wave of demand to Chinese shores in coming years, but they won’t be able to unshackle the high price Asia pays in the global gas trade from oil indexes, energy executives said Wednesday.
Categories: LNG, Markets
Joe Kaeser, CEO of Siemens, speaks during the IHS CERAWeek conference at Hilton Americas - Houston Wednesday, March 5, 2014, in Houston. (Melissa Phillip/Houston Chronicle)

Siemens eyes US expansion amid energy boom

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Siemens AG CEO Joe Kaeser suggested Wednesday that the global engineering corporation will bring more operations to the United States amid the nation’s energy boom, because “I want to build this company to last.”
Valero CEO Bill Klesse speaks about global oil demand during the IHS CERAWeek energy conference on March 4, 2014. (Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle)

Top 15 quotes from energy leaders at the CERAWeek conference

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Check out the best quotes from oil industry executives and government leaders at the IHS CERAWeek energy conference in Houston.
Categories: CERAWeek, People