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Oil scores best January on record as supply cuts revive market

Oil closed lower but still scored its best January gain on record, after a month in which OPEC’s emergency supply cuts started to take root and panic eased about the global economy.

Achieve higher operational efficiency with amine system improvements

Oil and Natural Gas Corp. (ONGC) operates a plant at India’s western coast to extract value-added products from natural gas and make crude oil suitable for refining.

Eastern Med’s E&P successes to take spotlight at EMGC 2019

Gulf Energy Information is pleased to announce that the 6th annual Eastern Mediterranean Gas Conference (EMGC) will return to the Hilton Cyprus in Nicosia, Cyprus, on 6–7 March 2019.

China’s growing natural gas demand—key projects and market insights

Since market reforms first started in 1978, China has shifted from a centrally planned economy to a market-based economy, experiencing rapid economic and social development.

AI: How AI and machine learning benefit refineries and petrochemical plants

Embedding machines with artificial intelligence (AI) allows them to learn from their past experiences. This means that machines at a petrochemical plant can use past data to predict future events.

Closing the loop on water treatment

There are numerous approaches to treating and recycling water in the oil field, with no single approach always being the right answer.

Tunable technology improves operational efficiency in the Eagle Ford

A case study performed in the Eagle Ford has proven that tunable technology can help achieve greater efficiency gains in developing unconventional reservoirs.

Can US political deadlock benefit oil and gas?

Potential two-year gridlock in Congress following the mid-term elections may be a good thing for the domestic oil and gas industry

An Internet of things turns to the right

Control and automation are long-time centers of gravity for rig innovation. But high tech is redefining both with remarkable advances in safety, efficiency and operational capabilities.

What industry leaders expect for 2019

By all measures, most of 2018 has been an improvement on 2017, which was markedly better than 2016.

Permian producers become "victims of their own success"

Despite a few recent snags, Permian basin production should continue its upward trend through 2019.

Tunisia Pushes Forward with New Pipeline

Tunisia is positioning itself to be North Africa’s next gas producing and processing hub as the country anticipates the soon-to-be completion and commissioning of the 230-mile (370-km) Southern Tunisian Gas Pipeline,

Oil set for first annual decline since 2015 after turbulent year

Oil headed for its first annual decline since 2015, slumping more than 20% in a turbulent year that saw fears of supply scarcity turn to expectations of a surplus.

Oil bulls cap wackiest year-end in decade with bet on 2019 rally

Hedge funds are keeping their cool in the most tumultuous end of the year for oil since the 2008 financial crisis, betting on better days ahead.

Saudi Arabia plans spate of water project privatizations in 2019

Saudi Arabia plans to tender or award six water-related projects in 2019 as it pushes ahead with a privatization program that got off to a slow start.

Crude spirals to 18-month low amid global economic concerns

Crude fell to the lowest level in a year and a half as concerns over the global economy and turbulence in Washington overshadowed signals from OPEC that it may deepen output cuts.