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Pacific National Capital 's Daily Oil & Gas News

Oil Prices Mixed for the Week
WTI and Brent crude futures declined Friday, but the Brent managed to show a slight week-on-week increase.

AAA Sees Falling Fall Pump Prices
Most US motorists could save 25 cents or more per gallon on gasoline this fall compared to this summer, claims AAA.

US Oil, Gas Rig Count Plummets by 19
The U.S. dropped 16 oil rigs and three gas rigs for a net loss of 19 rigs, according to BHGE.

Keystone XL Clears Hurdle in Nebraska
TC Energy Corp.'s long-delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline cleared a significant legal hurdle as the Nebraska Supreme Court ruled that regulators approval of the conduit's route through the state was valid.

Saudi Aramco Awards 28-Jacket Project
A consortium of Larsen & Toubro and Subsea 7 subsidiaries has won an EPCI contract from Saudi Aramco.

Half of Venezuela's Oil Rigs May Shut Down If US Waivers Lapse
A looming U.S. sanctions deadline is threatening to clobber Venezuela's dwindling oil-rig fleet and hamper energy production in the nation with the world's largest crude reserves.

Texas Driller Sues US to Get Visa for Big-Game Hunter
Matador Resources Co. is suing U.S. immigration authorities to give the oil driller's $110,00-a-year big-game hunting expert a visa.

$50 Oil Threatens Future Subsea Growth
2019 will mark the first time since 2014 the subsea market will have year-on-year growth, but declining oil prices could threaten this growth, according to Rystad Energy.

Oil Prices Falter Before Jackson Hole Speech
WTI and Brent futures posted losses Thursday.

Trump Admin to Meet to Discuss Biofuels Fallout
Top Trump administration officials will meet to consider options for quelling a backlash in politically important farm states over recent biofuel policy moves.





















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