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IPAA: Obama’s Agenda Remains Keeping Oil, Gas In The Ground

The president may have moved forward with healthcare reform when he first took office, but now he’s aggressively pursuing climate change and using the regulatory process to achieve his goal.

Oxy Vault Full, But Company Divestitures Take Priority

The company plans to keep its U.S. shale position at less than 20% of total production to weather downturns with low decline rates, but seems committed to paying dividends.
WPX, Piceance, debt, RKI, acquisition, MLB, Permian

Center Field: WPX Turns Piceance Deal

Analysts see WPX’s ability to deal its gas assets as a positive for other E&Ps looking to divest noncore producing assets amid low commodity prices.
WTI, Henry Hub, oil, gas, prices, production, inventory

Feds: Gasoline Hits 12-Year Low; Crude Inventory Highest Since 1930

U.S. oil stocks are higher than at any time since 1930 and are expected to build even higher by April as WTI feels the pain.

Energy Transfer CFO Switch Rattles Investors

Wall Street reacted sharply following an announcement by Energy Transfer Equity that it replaced its group CFO, Jamie Welch, with Thomas Long, who was CFO of Energy Transfer Partners LLC, Energy Transfer’s general partner.
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Chesapeake Counters Market Knee-Jerk, Says It’s Not Filing Bankruptcy

A news report that said the company had hired a restructuring attorney sent the price of the stock tumbling, but Chesapeake countered it had no intention of filing for bankruptcy.
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Chevron Dealing, But Play-By-Play A Secret For Now

Although M&A and A&D activity has been down lately, some believe change is coming. For example, Chevron will continue efforts to shed assets in hopes of bringing in between $5-10 billion more by year-end 2017.
oil tax, Obama, price, commodity, climate change, Republican, Congress, election

Obama’s $10 Oil Tax Would Be ‘Death Sentence’ To Industry

President Barack Obama is proposing to pay for clean energy investments by placing a $10 per barrel oil fee as the industry grapples with low prices. Congressional leaders said the plan is dead on arrival.
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