Exports–Who Wants What We Produce?: What are the biggest potential overseas markets for production from the Permian Basin, Eagle Ford, Haynesville, Barnett, Cotton Valley, and other prolific Texas reservoirs? Will crude export demand ever take off, and will Texas seaports have the needed infrastructure?
- Michael L. Moss, vice president of business development at Rangeland Energy; and
- John LaRue, executive director of Port of Corpus Christi Authority.
2023-02-01 - The fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine includes a global movement away from imported fossil fuels toward domestically produced renewables, BP said in its annual Energy Outlook.
2022-12-06 - Oil cartel will take its time to evaluate impact of the EU’s ban on seaborne imports and the G7’s $60/bbl price cap for Russian crude.
2022-12-16 - Oil and gas prices will slump unless China’s economy grows faster than expected, Fitch Solutions forecasts.
2022-12-27 - The EU’s 27 member states were unprepared for the form and magnitude of the energy crisis unleashed by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Now, it faces a challenging future.
2022-11-16 - “The new LNG landing place is a big step towards a secure energy supply,” said Germany’s Lower Saxony state economy minister Olaf Lies in a statement.