From renewable power projects to cutting emissions from oil and gas operations, supermajors on both sides of the Atlantic are taking different approaches to going greener.
The IRS and U.S. Treasury Dept. have not yet issued final rules on exactly how to implement these credits, causing proponents of carbon capture, use and storage technology a great deal of frustration.
Greenfield projects like the Northeast gas pipe are too risky at the moment, the company says.
At DUG Bakken and Rockies, shale executives acknowledged the headwinds, but remained optimistic about the opportunities in the Powder River Basin, the Bakken and, yes, even Colorado.
David T. Merrill has been elected to serve as CEO and president of Unit Corp., which is engaged through its subsidiaries in E&P, contract drilling and gas gathering and processing.
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U.S. shale oil drillers could scale back investment in production more quickly than previously expected this year after prices slid for what had been a lucrative by-product.
As of year-end 2019, Lonestar Resources said it had increased its proved reserves to a record 100.6 million barrels of oil equivalent, all of which are located in the Eagle Ford Shale.
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