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ESAI: Libyan production will not recover

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Intelligence Briefing Libya is the latest front in the West’s campaign against the self‐proclaimed Islamic State (also known as ISIS or ISIL). The recent U.S. air strikes, press reports of the French aircraft carrier moving to waters off of Libya, and the quickly rumored and just as quickly knocked‐down discussion of Italian troops going to Libya has only highlighted the ...

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10 oil and gas company headquarters from around the world

The Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, are one of the most iconic O&G company headquarters from around the world. (Image: Clark & Kim Kays via Flickr)

Superman has his Fortress of Solitude. Batman has his Bat Cave. Although they aren’t superheroes, oil and gas industry leaders do require their own, unique and often innovative space to navigate the sometimes turbulent global marketplace. Take a trip across the globe with our list below — the 10 most visually striking oil and gas company headquarters from around the world. 1. ...

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Southern Power acquires Texas solar facility

Southern Power acquires Texas solar facility

Southern Power made another investment in West Texas solar energy. The company, a subsidiary of Southern Company, announced its acquisition of the East Pecos Solar Facility project from Arizona-based First Solar on Monday. The facility has 120 megawatts of power capacity and will begin commercial operation in the fourth quarter of 2016. Both companies declined to reveal details of the acquisition. “Southern ...

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Famous oil gushers around the world

Oil gushers are icons of early energy exploration. Once a common sight at the turn of the century, gushers have faded into history. Though they could be a spectacular sight, gushers were dangerous and wasteful. Uncapped wells produced large amounts of oil, often times shooting hundreds of feet into the air. One spark could ignite the oil, creating a column of ...

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BLM proposes flaring rule that could have big impact state revenues, royalty owners

A new rule will be presented by the Bureau of Land Management Thursday in Dickinson that could have a big impact on state tax revenues and royalty owner income. The proposed rule, which is aimed at curbing emissions and flaring, would seek to limit flaring from wells with mineral leases, but industry representatives warn the rule is duplicative to existing state ...

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Keeping it clean: Using natural gas as a smart energy source

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When people imagine an environmentally-friendly future, they picture massive wind turbines spiraling peacefully in the wind, solar panels collecting near-endless sunshine, and dams wrangling the sheer power of the waterways. They don’t, however, imagine a natural gas processing plant or natural gas generators. If humanity is to ever realistically achieve a “green” future, they should. Natural gas production has increased in years ...

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