Key Market Changes, Political Shifts, and New Business Disruptors Mark Panel Talk
Leading voices in the oil and gas industry looked at key market changes, the regulatory and political climate, and potential business model disruptors in a wide-ranging panel discussion at the recent Houston Energy Breakfast.
European Commission Strives Toward Reasonable Shale-Gas Regulation
Following years of deliberation, the European Union (EU) released a recommendation on unconventional hydrocarbons and a related communication in 2014. This paper traces the origins and development of these documents, which provide vital clues for the road ahead in European shale-gas regulation.
Permanently Plugging Deepwater Wells Challenges Standard Operating Procedures
Well plugging and abandoning on a limited budget is a lofty goal that forces the industry to consider new ways and new materials. Cost-effectively dealing with this global problem will require developing tools to carry out the decommissioning without bringing in a drilling rig.
Eroding the US Crude Export Ban
Booming US oil production is beginning to seep into international markets despite the country’s ban on oil exports. One sign of change was the departure in late July of a tanker from Texas City, Texas, with 400,000 bbl of liquid hydrocarbons bound for Asia, Reuters reported.
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