World Oil’s Top Stories of 2022: 1-5
(WO) — 2022 was an enormous year for the oil and gas industry. From oil discoveries in Wyoming to Russia working around Western sanctions, there was no shortage of ground-breaking news. Read on to find more of World Oil’s top news stories of the year.
Canadian Overseas Petroleum Limited and its affiliates have received a Resource Report prepared by independent energy consultancy Ryder Scott confirming its deep oil discovery on its affiliate COPL America Inc.’s lands in Converse and Natrona counties, Wyoming.
A new gas field found under the North Sea off East Anglia has this week produced its ‘first gas’ – and more such developments are on the way, according to IOG.
Russia’s seaborne crude exports are flowing unabated, despite European Union regulations that prohibit dealings with the country’s state energy companies.
Russia appears to have found a new means of getting its oil to market with Western sanctions looming for Moscow.
There may never be a new refinery built in the US despite surging gasoline prices as policymakers move away from fossil fuels, according to Chevron Corp.