Shallow water flow at Norphlet prospect forces supermajor to abandon first effort at GOM wildcat
Regulator tells oil sands producer it planned to reject permit to restart steaming at site of ongoing seepage
US giant to split 12 high-impact wells this year evenly between focus areas and emerging regions
Brazil company lines up capital for pre-salt development, adds to debt load
Nevada-based player to buy full portfolio of Saskatchewan heavy oil wells being sold by bankrupt owner
US supermajor sets sell-off goal for next three years with 2017 production now lower than expected
US-focused player successfully flows well at New Mexico project site
Argentina state oil company nearly tripled Vaca Muerta production, though output remained modest
Group concerned about impacts to refinery jobs
Tests extended through this week as talks continue for possible production resumption
Latin American player fully carried on three wells in Colombia
Australian player will defend lawsuit filed by the company's chief executive in a Texan court
Brazilian company reports discoveries at Florim-2 and Iara Surround-2 wells on unlicensed acreage
Argentina company reported 10.6% increase in proven reserves in 2013, bolstered by unconventional resources
Indian state company takes 10% stake in Petronas-led LNG export terminal in Canada
Venezuelan, Anglo-French companies aim to increase output at joint venture in Opec nation
Large non-cash items and diving production send Canadian player slumping to loss but flows seen up this year
US-focused LNG player gets approval to export extra capacity to FTA countries
Canadian player looks to increase crude and natural gas liquids flows this year after 2013 rise in profit
Country hopes sweeter terms, revamped data can draw new players to deep-water, shale
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