I had some health issues that caused severe limitations to my daily activities. Just got around to look around for what’s happening around the globe. The past week sees some things happening, but nothing extraordinarily interesting that would perk my interest. Oil prices kinda moved closer to the USD50 mark a barrel as production in … More Personally … week in passing
TransCanada announced that it had secured the final permit to build its 650 km Coastal GasLink pipeline linking natural gas fields in northeastern British Columbia to LNG Canada’s proposed liquefied natural gas export project in Kitimat, B.C. All it takes now is for LNG Canada to make a FID on their LNG export project … More Petronas’ Canada LNG project has more support than it is made out to be
Petronas has released a statement about their Canadian LNG project probably because the speculative nature of the press reports from the past months that Petronas is considering walking away from the project. Then there is the problem of the number of media outlets reporting about all the opposition and negative reaction to the project, not … More Petronas Canadian LNG
Petronas’ LNG project in Canada is facing another delay as the Canadian government added new requirements for “direct and upstream greenhouse gas emissions” assessment to be included in the environmental assessment report. It is however doubtful that the additional assessment were to gain “public trust” as there have been little to indicate that those opposed … More Canadian LNG project is still uncertain
I picked the following from a Bloomberg report Mark Papa, the former EOG Resources Inc. chief executive officer who helped create the shale industry more than a decade ago, said drillers are “grievously wounded” as crashing crude prices exact their toll. Shale explorers will be “decimated” in coming months amid a wave of restructurings and … More How will this affect shale explorers?