Another LNG Shipment Seems To Be Shifted To Europe And More | Rigzone

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Another LNG cargo seems to be diverted to Europe

Bloomberg reported this week that traders may have diverted another shipment of liquefied natural gas to Europe instead of China amid the continent’s energy crisis.

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Mexico to stop exporting oil in 2023

Bloomberg also reported that Mexico plans to end crude oil exports in 2023 as part of a strategy by Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s nationalist government to achieve self-sufficiency in the domestic fuel market.

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Prelude FLNG remains closed until Shell renders it safe for work

Shell has been ordered to keep its Prelude FLNG installation closed until it can convince NOPSEMA that it can keep the installation properly supplied.

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Pioneer Natural Resources closes over $ 3 billion deal

Pioneer Natural Resources Company has completed the previously announced divestiture of its Delaware Basin assets to Continental Resources. The deal was for cash proceeds of $ 3.1 billion after normal closing adjustments, Pioneer Natural Resources explained.

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North America abandons 27 rigs week after week

North America lost 27 rigs week after week, according to Baker Hughes rotary rig count released on December 23. As a result of the drop, the total number of rigs in the region stood at 719, Baker Hughes said.

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Where will the price of WTI oil be at the end of 2022?

The Dallas Fed’s latest energy survey examines where the price of West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil will stand at the end of next year.

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Mary I. Bruner