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 1 10 / 12 / 2010  Shell
 
 Shell to sell gas fields in South Texas to OXY USA, Inc. for approximately $1.8 billion, effective January 1, 2011. They are predominately mature tight gas fields which currently produce some 200 million cubic feet of gas equivalent per day. The sale is a further step in Shell’s ongoing portfolio restructuring and focus on capital efficiency.

Natural gas - North America
United States - Production - Finance - Shell
 
 2 5 / 8 / 2010  Reliance Industries
 
 Reliance Industries further expands Shale position in The United States. Under the proposed transaction, Reliance will acquire a 60% interest in Marcellus Shale acreage in Central and Northeast Pennsylvania that is currently held in a 50?50 joint venture between Carrizo and ACP II Marcellus LLC, an affiliate of Avista Capital Partners. Reliance will pay a total consideration of $392 million. drilling of approximately 1,000 wells over the next 10 years, with a net resource potential of about 3.4 Tcfe (2.0 Tcfe net to Reliance).

Natural gas - North America
United-States - Exploration - Asset - Reliance Industries
 
 3 20 / 7 / 2010  BP
 
 BP Signs North America and Egypt Asset Deals with Apache. Several agreements to sell upstream assets in the United States, Canada and Egypt to Apache Corporation. The deals, together worth a total of $7 billion, comprise BP’s Permian Basin assets in Texas and south-east New Mexico, US; its Western Canadian upstream gas assets; and the Western Desert business concessions and East Badr El-din exploration concession in Egypt. The decision to make these divestments follows the announcement made by BP last month that it was increasing its target for divestments to $10 billion. The proceeds of the sales will be used by BP to increase the cash available to the group.

Oil - International
 - Production - Finance - BP
 
 4 15 / 7 / 2010  UNEP
 
 Global Trends in Green Energy 2009: New Power Capacity from Renewable Sources Tops Fossil Fuels. In 2009, for the second year in a row, both the US and Europe generated more power capacity from renewable sources such as wind and solar than from conventional sources like coal, gas and nuclear, according to twin reports launched today by the United Nations Environment Programme and the Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21).

Renewable - International
 - Market - Statistics - UNEP
 
 5 8 / 3 / 2010  Total
 
 Total Announces Plan to Repurpose its Dunkirk Refinery Site: A refining operations support center; A refining training center; A logistics depot employing 15 people, utilizing the refinery’s tank farm. The collapse in petroleum product demand in France, Europe and the United States has compelled Total to adjust its refining capacity, in particular in northern France. The Flandres refinery reported a loss of more than €130 million in 2009. Under the plan, the Flandres refinery will be shut down permanently, resulting in a gradual dismantling of units that could continue to 2013.

Oil - Western Europe
France - Refinery - Project - Total
 
 6 16 / 2 / 2010  ExxonMobil
 
 Exxon Mobil Corporation Announces 2009 Reserves Replacement. Additions to its proved reserves in 2009 totaled 2.0 billion oil-equivalent barrels, replacing 133 percent of production. Excluding the impact of asset sales, reserves additions replaced 134 percent of production. Reserves additions from the Papua New Guinea LNG project and the Gorgon Jansz LNG project in Australia totaled almost one billion oil equivalent barrels. Proved additions were also made in many other countries including Canada, the United States, Angola and Norway.

Oil - International
 - Reserve -  - ExxonMobil
 
 7 27 / 5 / 2009  Qatargas
 
 LNG carrier 'Al Mafyar' delivered to Nakilat. The Nakilat owned Q-Max LNG Carrier “Al Mafyar” (266,000 CBM) will be used to ship LNG produced by Qatargas 3, to markets primarily in the United States.

Natural gas - Middle East
Qatar - Tanker - Commissioning - Qatargas
 
 8 12 / 3 / 2009  Qatargas
 
 Q-Flex LNG carrier Mesaimeer delivered at Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd., shipyard in Ulsan. The Nakilat owned Q-Flex LNG Carrier “Mesaimeer” (216,000 CBM) will be used to ship LNG produced by Qatar Liquefied Gas Company Limited Qatar Liquefied Gas Company Limited (3), known as Qatargas 3, to markets primarily in the United States.

Natural gas - Middle East
Qatar - Tanker - Commissioning - Qatargas
 
 9 17 / 2 / 2009  Repsol
 
 Repsol to increase its presence in Trinidad and Tobago. Repsol will bid in future deepwater exploration rounds. Trinidad and Tobago is the largest supplier of liquefied natural gas to the United States. Repsol owns a stake in Atlantic LNG, from which 20% of Spain’s gas is sourced.

Natural gas - South America
Trinidad & Tob. - LNG - Policy - Repsol
 
 10 13 / 2 / 2009  Gazprom
 
 On working meeting between Alexey Miller and John Beyrle, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to Russia. The United States of America is one of the most promising LNG markets in the world.

Natural gas - FSU
Russia - LNG - Cooperation - Gazprom
 
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