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IEA raises 2020 oil demand forecast by 500,000 b/d

OGJ editors, Oil & Gas Journal | June 16, 2020

In its June Oil Market Report, the International Energy Agency has raised its 2020 oil demand forecast by nearly 500,000 b/d to 91.7 million b/d, due to stronger than expected deliveries during the COVID-19 lockdown.

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U.S. Frackers to Zero In on Richest Oil Fields After Coronavirus

Collin Eaton, Wall Street Journal | June 9, 2020

U.S. Frackers to Zero In on Richest Oil Fields After Coronavirus

Southwest’s Permian Basin to draw most new investment, while less-profitable fields face longer road to recovery.

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Analysis: U.S. Gas Exports to Mexico Rise

J. Robinson & John Hilfiker, S&P Global Platts | June 8, 2020

Daily on Energy: Signs US oil production is returning

US natural gas exports to Mexico are up sharply this month amid signs of looming demand growth from warming temperatures, a reopening economy and from Fermaca's delayed Wahalajara pipeline system.

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Experts Predict an Increase in Natural Gas Production in the San Juan Basin

New Mexico Tech’s Hand Sanitizer Used Statewide

John Larson, El Defensor Chieftain | June 4, 2020

It started as a modest undertaking by New Mexico Tech biologists to supply the campus with enough hand sanitizer for all students, faculty, and staff. That was in March, and by the first week of June, hundreds of gallons have been produced.

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Signs U.S. Oil Production is Returning

Josh Siegel & Abby Smith, Washington Examiner | June 3, 2020

Daily on Energy: Signs US oil production is returning

Signs of life: Some U.S. shale oil producers are beginning this month to bring back production they shut down during the pandemic, a potential sign of recovery.

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