||Facilities Ops Specialists in Demand in Middle East
(Tuesday, March 21, 2017) Region's oil and gas employers still need facility asset pros, consultant tells Rigzone.
||PDVSA Said to Replace Refining Managers as Shakeup Deepens
(Tuesday, March 21, 2017) Officials at the company's press office and energy ministry declined to comment.
||Analyst Sees Possible Crest for US Gasoline Demand Growth Wave
(Wednesday, March 22, 2017) U.S. gasoline demand could fall by more than 1.7 million barrels per day by 2030, according to Wood Mackenzie analyst Andrew Shepard.
||Chevron Calls End of LNG Mega Project After $88 Billion Spree
(Tuesday, March 21, 2017) Chevron's two major Australian LNG facilities have suffered from cost blowouts, delays and poor timing.
||China's Sinopec Buys First Major African Refinery in Chevron Deal
(Wednesday, March 22, 2017) China's Sinopec said on Wednesday it has agreed to pay almost $1 billion for a 75 percent stake in Chevron Corp's South African assets and its subsidiary in Botswana, securing its first major refinery on the continent.
||Saudis to Tighten Curbs on Foreign Workers in Local Jobs Push -Sources
(Tuesday, March 21, 2017) The new rules could potentially affect large numbers of people since about 12 million foreigners work in Saudi Arabia, doing many of the strenuous, dangerous and lower-paid jobs shunned by 20 million Saudi citizens.
||WWRA: What Would A Rookie Ask?
(Tuesday, March 21, 2017) Rigzone needs your help compiling a list of simple technical questions that a newcomer to the oil and gas industry might ask.
||COLUMN-U.S. Oil and Gas Industry Reaps the Benefits of International Trade
(Tuesday, March 21, 2017) Rising exports have thrown a lifeline to U.S. shale producers and refiners, giving them an additional outlet at a time when the domestic market has been at risk of becoming saturated.
||Wood Group Aims to Grow Employment in Long-Term Following Amec Deal
(Tuesday, March 21, 2017) Wood Group refuses to provide any detail on potential job losses as a result of its decision to buy Amec Foster Wheeler, but insists that its aim is on growing employment in the long term.
||Saudi Arabia Spends Money to Make Money in Foreign Investment Drive
(Wednesday, March 22, 2017) Most of the big deals were in refining and petrochemicals, not the new industries Riyadh hopes to develop.