TUNIS/LONDON, April 23 (Reuters) - Libya is considering whether to intervene in a $450 million deal that French major Total announced last month to buy a Marathon Oil stake in the country's Waha concessions, several sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.

UK based oil and gas BOP Blow Out Preventer repair company gulf coast Hurricane Energy plc has appointed Steven McTiernan as its new non-executive chairman, effective May 1.

Offshore Rig Operator Borr Drilling Cuts Jobs in Texas
The filing with the Texas Workforce Commission did not provide a reason for the layoffs.


HOUSTON, April 23 (Reuters) - Offshore rig operator Borr Drilling cut 66 jobs in Texas at the end of March, according to a state regulatory notice, as the BOP Blow Out Preventer repair company gulf coast prepared to close on its purchase of Paragon Offshore.

Trump's Revenge: US Oil Floods Europe, Hurting OPEC and Russia
U.S. oil is even edging out North Sea Forties, which is produced in the backyard of the continent's refineries.


Wood, Cisco, Roue Open New O&G Advanced Technology Center in Mexico
Wood, Cisco and Roue Consultores open a new oil and gas Advanced Technology Center (ATC) at Wood's operations center in Naucalpan, Mexico.

Indonesia Removes Pertamina Chief After Oil Spill, Other Issues
Indonesia has removed Pertamina chief executive Elia Massa Manik after a series of problems at the state-owned energy company.


Norway's Odfjell Drilling to Expand Fleet as Rig Market Recovers
Offshore rig firm Odfjell Drilling plans to expand its floating rig fleet to between six and 10 from four now, it said on Friday.

HOUSTON, April 19 (Reuters) - Oklahoma regulators on Thursday ordered a wastewater disposal well shut and told two operators to reduce injection volumes, the second such directive in less than two weeks after a series of earthquakes shook the state.

(Bloomberg) -- U.S. President Donald Trump's assertion that OPEC is propping up oil prices amid oversupply and an excess of floating storage has a problem: it's only half true.


MOSCOW, April 20 (Reuters) - Kazakhstan will sharply cut exports of heavy oil products, such as fuel oil and vacuum gasoil, as it focuses on higher quality products following a modernisation of its refineries, according to traders and Reuters calculations.


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