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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
LNG: US moves offshore
1 April 2005
The US Energy Information Agency (EIA) expects domestic gas production to reach 20.5 trillion cubic feet (cf) by 2010, well below the 26.2 trillion cf demand it forecasts for the same year. As the US increasingly turns to imported liquefied natural gas (LNG) to help close the supply/demand gap, energy companies have revealed plans to construct more than 40 facilities to store and regasify LNG, writes Anne Feltus