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as Russian production took a battering from Western sanctions the latest Platts survey by S P Global
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northeastern B C all the way to the U S Gulf of Mexico to feed LNG export terminals he said Annual survey shows
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decades in June as Saudi Arabia and other Gulf Arab members made larger cuts a Reuters survey found
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cut back on spending and jobs the latest survey from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas showed
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that could account for 40 of China’s LNG import capacity by 2030 he said Pew Center survey finds 69 favor
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consultant at Facts Global Energy Bank survey finds almost 40 of producers cannot survive 30 oil Bloomberg
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” Reuters’ annual survey puts oil at 65 to 70 through 2023 Reuters; Jan 15 Oil prices are expected
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than they think Bloomberg survey shows Brent averaging 70 in 2019 Bloomberg; Dec 27 The world’s biggest
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survey OPEC produced 25 28 million barrels per day up 80 000 from March while Russia and eight other non
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allies are mulling a production increase of 2 million barrels a day in January 2021 Fed Bank survey finds
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construction of two new reactors after a public opinion survey found a majority of people support the reactors
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Initiative to avoid being trapped in unsustainable debt 70 percent of respondents said in a policy survey
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; July 30 OPEC oil output rose in July to its highest since April 2020 a Reuters survey found
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has its share of worries survey says Sydney Morning Herald; May 18 A lack of competitiveness unwieldy
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as new pipelines come online over the next three years Franjie said N J county blocks survey of gas
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survey puts Brent crude at 49 85 next year Reuters; July 31 Oil prices are set for a slow crawl upwards
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undershot the rise planned under a deal with its allies according to a Reuters survey highlighting capacity
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Texas and New Mexico have tripled to more than 60 in a year according to the U S Geological Survey
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this year according to economists surveyed by Bloomberg and logistics are expensive because of poor
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S Geological Survey estimates the Haynesville and Bossier shales contain more than 300 trillion cubic feet