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31.07.2013 OMV To Recruit 1,600 New Employees

OMV, the integrated, international oil and gas company, has launched a new job initiative in response to planned growth in exploring and producing natural oil and gas.

30.07.2013 Poland Begins Development of Its Largest Oil Field

Terminal reports that Poland has begun to initiate development of the largest oil field in that European nation, the  LMG oil and natural gas field.

30.07.2013 Tanzania Strikes Big at Mkizi-1 BG, Ophir Gas Field

Tanzania recorded another natural gas discovery, adding to its already significant offshore gas reserves. The discovery, the Mkizi-1 well, was drilled by BG Group and Ophir Energy on Block 1.

29.07.2013 Myanmar-China Gas Pipeline Starts To Deliver Gas To China

Xinhua reports that a Myanmar-China natural gas pipeline (Myanmar section), co-invested by six parties from four countries including China, Myanmar, South Korea and India, was inaugurated in northern Myanmar's Mandalay on Sunday and started to deliver gas to China.

22.07.2013 Santos Announces Gas Discovery At The Winchester The Carnarvon Basin

Santos today announced a gas discovery at the Winchester-1 exploration well in WA-323-P, located in the Carnarvon Basin offshore Western Australia.

22.07.2013 Saudi Arabia, UAE Lead In Oil And Gas Investment In MENA

Saudi Arabia and the UAE are leading the MENA (Middle East-North Africa) region in terms of spending in oil and gas sector.

19.07.2013 Reuters - Little Chance Of Europe Breaking Russia's Gas Dominance

According to a special report from Reuters, the European Union will have a difficult time weaning itself from Russian hydrocarbons.

19.07.2013 U.S. Energy Rigs Rise for Third Week, Baker Hughes Says

Bloomberg reports that oil and gas rigs in the U.S. rose by 11 to 1,770 this week, according to Baker Hughes Inc.

Oil rigs rose four to 1,395, the Houston-based field services company said on its website. Gas rigs increased by seven to 369.

19.07.2013 "Strength of Siberia" Gas Pipeline To Be Built Only After Signing Agreement With China

Deputy chair of Gazprom Vitaliy Markelov told journalists that construction of the Strength of Siberia gas pipeline will only begin after agreements are reached on gas supplies to China.

19.07.2013 China’s Unilateral Gas Field Pursuit Draws Protest From Japan

The Japan Times reports that Japan will not accept China’s unilateral tapping of gas fields in the East China Sea, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said Thursday, after media reported that Chinese state-run oil companies plan to drill into seven new gas fields in t