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Researchers are building a comprehensive database on hundreds of salt domes to help expand subsurface hydrogen storage in the US.
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Chad’s dispute with ExxonMobil and Savannah Energy may be headed for a second round of arbitration before the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris.
• The Calgary-based shale producer said the deal involves at least 600 new well locations that will keep it drilling for the next 20 years.
• The proposed transaction also would be the first step in establishing a joint venture between BP and ADNOC.
• The $1.8-billion project will add crucial gas supplies to fuel Trinidad and Tobago's LNG export capabilities. Get JPT articles in your LinkedIn feed and stay current with oil and gas news and technology. • The SPE Board has approved a new policy allowing AI-generated content to be used within SPE publications but under specific conditions. • The SPE Board of Directors approved the sale of the SPE office building in Richardson, Texas, which is expected to result in SPE saving approximately$750,000 annually in operating costs.
• Fueling the success of SPE members and the future of the oil and gas industry.
• From refracturing old wells to ones that don’t have to be fractured at all, notable producers argue that experiments are paying off.
• Over 1,000 hours of remotely monitored continuous production was achieved on an unmanned platform—a first for standalone offshore solids management in the North Sea.
• Geothermal energy is bidding to emerge from its dark horse status in Texas and become a possible solution of choice for some renewable applications.
• Federal infrastructure law gives states financial incentive to remediate orphan wells.

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• The SPE Strategic Plan has been updated, and the changes to SPE’s bylaws have been finalized.