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01.23.18

Offshore could be beating U.S. shale

Some break-even costs for offshore developments are about $10 per barrel lower than in U.S. shale basins, a new report finds.

 

01.19.18

The Offshore U.S. Oil And Natural Gas Treasure Trove

U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke recently announced a leasing plan for 2019-2024 that would put more than 90% of the total Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) acreage and over 98% of "undiscovered, technically recoverable" oil/gas resources in federal offshore areas in play for future exploration and development.

 

01.16.18

U.S. Feb shale output expected to rise to 6.55 mln bpd: EIA

The global oil market has been closely watching U.S. output, which may continue to contribute to global oversupply even as OPEC members, Russia and other producers curb production.

 

01.16.18

U.S. expected to become net exporter of natural gas for first time in decades

[T]hanks to increased natural gas exports to Mexico, LNG exports to at least 20 countries and less gas flowing into the country from Canada, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.

 

01.15.18

In oil drilling, science replaces art

Everything is becoming more efficient. Fewer rigs are required because modern drilling rigs can drill more wells faster and longer. The increasing automation and use of robotics mean fewer people in the oil fields.

 

01.12.18

Continue Smart Energy Policy for the Sunshine State and Our Nation

Florida's business community has a lot to look forward to this year, including the energy industry and the major economic growth it continues to produce - by CEO of Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

 

01.11.18

Oil and gas should be included in federal infrastructure push

"And this isn't just about the dollars and cents. Getting the policy right on energy infrastructure will lead to greater reliability, safety, security, and affordability."

 

01.11.18

Offshore energy development is safer than ever, letís reap its benefits

The United States is one of the only Atlantic nations that is not actively exploring for energy in the Atlantic Ocean. Canada, Brazil, Cuba, the Bahamas, Nigeria - near and far, nations with less coastline and less resource promise are moving forward to reap the benefits of their offshore natural gas and oil resources.

 

01.10.18

API: Removing Eastern Gulf from OCS 5-year plan is premature

"The Gulf of Mexico is the backbone of our nation's offshore energy production and restricting access to the Eastern Gulf puts hundreds of thousands of jobs at risk..."

 

01.09.18

Zinke removing Florida from offshore drilling plan

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said Tuesday that he won't allow offshore drilling in waters near Florida through 2024.