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Russian oil producers using tankers the world didn’t want | Rigzone

Here are some of the best Rigzone stories over the past week, just in case you missed them…

Russian oil producers start using tankers the world didn’t want

Bloomberg reported that Russian oil producers are starting to book an increasing number of tankers belonging to the national tanker company.

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This is where the price of oil would be without the war

Had Russia not invaded Ukraine, crude oil prices would now be well below $100 a barrel, according to analysts at Standard Chartered.

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UK activists arrest Russian tanker with $36.5m worth of diesel

Greenpeace activists prevented a tanker carrying 33,000 tonnes of Russian diesel worth an estimated $36.5 million from docking in Essex.

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U.S. oil and gas sector employment set to rebound

Employment in the U.S. oil and gas industry is set to rebound in coming years and surpass pre-Covid levels, according to new research from Rystad Energy.

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Cancellation of US lease sale leaves industry in limbo

The cancellation of lease sales 258 (Cook Inlet) and 259, 261 (Gulf of Mexico) that were planned under the National Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program 2017-2022 increases regulatory uncertainty for oil and gas investors, noted Fitch Solutions.

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Henry Hub price expected to average $8.69 in Q3

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) expects the Henry Hub natural gas spot price to average $8.69 per million British thermal units (MMBtu) in the third quarter of this year. , revealed the organization’s latest short-term energy outlook (STEO).

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