OPEC’s fracture lines

When managers of global oil supply meet in Vienna next month, disparities among members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries will be no less important than ever. Source: News

Time has come today

The American Petroleum Institute will hold its 13th Annual Cybersecurity Conference for the Oil & Gas Industry on Nov. 6-7 in The Woodlands, Tex. Even sooner is the joint API-International Association of Oil & Gas Producers Cybersecurity Europe Conference, June 27-28. Source: News

CFTC study: Rising US LNG exports may lead to higher prices

Rising US LNG exports could put upward pressure on US gas prices and expose a previously isolated North American market to global market dynamics, a study by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) Market Oversight Office suggested. Source: News

FGE: China would have imported more US energy anyway

While jousting over trade with US President Donald Trump, Chinese leaders must have come easily to their agreement to raise imports of US energy over 3-5 years. Source: News

Unipetrol wraps turnaround at Kralupy refinery

Unipetrol RPA SRO-Rafinerie, the refining arm of Unipetrol AS and parent company Polski Koncern Naftowy SA (PKN Orlen), has completed the largest turnaround in the history of its 3.3 million-tonne/year Kralupy nad Vltavou refinery in Czech Republic.   Source: News

Baker Hughes: US rig count jumps 13 units

The US drilling rig count was up 13 units to 1,059 the week ended May 25, according to Baker Hughes data. The count is up 151 units from this time a year ago when the count stood at 908.  Source: News