Exports:

First Tanker with U.S. Natural Gas Reaches Poland

The first ever tanker with liquefied natural gas from the United States arrived Thursday in Poland as part of the country’s efforts to diversify its energy sources and cut dependence on deliveries from Russia. It…

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As OPEC Cuts, U.S. Oil Exports Surge

The week OPEC agreed to extend oil-production cuts for another nine months, U.S. crude exports hit a new record. The amount of oil U.S. exporters sent abroad climbed to 1.3 million barrels a day late…

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U.S. Can Be Leader in Nat Gas Exports, Texas Regulator Says

The shale boom under way in the United States means the country is primed to become a leader in liquefied natural gas developments, a Texas leader said. Federal data show U.S. natural gas production should…

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U.S. Shale Gas Exports Soar to a Record Pace

America’s natural gas is flowing out of the country at a record pace, helping to ease a supply glut at home while tumbling prices for the fuel entice overseas buyers. When the liquefied natural gas…

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Oxy Tests Supertanker at Port of Corpus Christi

A mammoth tanker docking May 26 at the Port of Corpus Christi was a historic event and a successful test. A 1,093-foot-long EuroNav tanker named the Anne docked at Occidental Petroleum Corp.’s crude oil export…

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Natural Gas Makes a Comeback in the Eagle Ford Shale

Natural gas has been something of a stepchild in the 400-mile Eagle Ford Shale oil field, but it’s having a moment. With Mexico’s natural gas production on the decline — even as Mexican demand for…

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