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UK: High hopes for extreme-north well
3 June 2010
A well to be spudded this summer in the UK's far-north waters could, if hopes are fulfilled, lead to a surge of exploration in the new Atlantic-margin frontier province
Refinery sales to re-shape UK business
2 June 2010
Four of the UK's remaining eight oil refineries are up for sale as the major companies rush for the exit, Martin Quinlan writes
UK: High hopes for extreme-north offshore oil well
20 May 2010
An oil well to be spudded this summer in the UK's far-north waters could, if hopes are fulfilled, lead to a surge of exploration in the new Atlantic-margin frontier province
Downstream depression
6 April 2010
Angola: alarm-bells ring in Cabinda
1 March 2010
The recent murderous attack on a foreign football team has allowed the Cabindan separatist movement to take the world stage – and it raises security concerns for about a quarter of Angola's oil production, Martin Quinlan writes
Rough times for US oil refiners
4 January 2010
If the US oil refining industry is a roller-coaster ride, it is on a dizzying downward plunge as demand drops and prices rise, writes Anne Feltus
Gas and oil prices to continue to diverge through 2010
7 October 2009
Oil and natural gas prices will continue to diverge next year and possibly beyond
China puts a prop under LNG market
1 October 2009
Asian demand is supporting the LNG business despite low prices and the recession, reports Conal Walsh from Perth
Australia's grand plans
1 November 2008
There are plans for up to 68m t/y of new export capacity in Australia. If all these projects come to fruition, they would help to relieve an increasingly tight supply situation, writes Ian Lewis
Going nuclear
1 August 2008
Countries in Southeast Asia hope nuclear power will cut energy-import bills, but the economics may not be as favourable as some might think, writes NJ Watson
Time for regime change
1 June 2008
Brazil is set to change its upstream investment terms following a series of large offshore discoveries. Robert Cauclanis writes
Bottom Feeder: salvaging decks from the seafloor
1 April 2008
An innovative invention is making light work of raising sunken steel structures in the US Gulf of Mexico, writes Anne Feltus
Opec quota about to bite
1 March 2008
Oil production is rising fast and was likely to have reached the country's new Opec quota last month – but the authorities had not agreed ceilings with the large operators by presstime. The quota problem threatens investment in the next wave of mega-projects
Banking on high oil prices
1 June 2005
High oil prices have been a boon for banks, as well as for energy firms. There has been a resurgence in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity, global project finance volumes are at their highest level since 2000 and energy trading is back in vogue, writes NJ Watson
Who's next?
1 May 2005