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America, Oil, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines

Is North America Facing a Pipeline Bubble?

North America’s shale boom is paralleled by the record pace of pipeline construction and now, a long pipeline of projects await a final investment decision. Pipeline Bubble, produced by Global Energy Monitor, now calculates that capital spending on proposed North American pipelines will reach $232.5 billion and raise global pipeline […]

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America, Energy, Industrial journalism, North America, Power, Renewables, Wind Power

American Offshore Wind Prospects

It has been estimated by the EIA, that the US has some 2,000 GW of offshore generating capacity to exploit.  This is roughly double current demands for power in the US. Much of this clean energy resource is located near many major population centres such as New York, Los Angeles, […]

America, Rigzone

Can the Mexican Government’s Bailout Solve the Pemex Crisis?

In response to Fitch Group’s & Moody’s downgrade of Pemex’s credit rating to one notch above junk, Mexico’s government recently pledged a $3.9-billion capital injection and $200 million in tax relief, according to international media reports. This bailout package and the six-year business plan aims to help reverse Pemex’s credit […]

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Africa, America, Asia, Australia, Britain, Gas, Hart Energy, Investment, Oil

Global Deepwater Oil Production To Hit New Record In 2019

The rise in offshore oil and gas production expected in 2019 and beyond is due in part to the coming onstream of new fields aided by technological advances, which have dramatically cut E&P costs.

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America, Energy Policy, Oil, Rigzone

Trump’s Price Policies Hurting US Shale Activity

One thing is clear, the actions of OPEC and friends to cut back output this year could be good news for U.S. shale frackers as crude prices rise, trade tensions ease and world demand for crude holds up—but it could be disappointing for President Trump.