Oil major Total says it expects to scale back on its investment programme from next year as oil and gas production closes in on previously set targets.
UK oil group Tullow says it expects to find oil in Madagascar when it begins drilling in the south of the Indian Ocean island next year.
One of PetroChina's main suppliers has seen bank accounts frozen and its chairman taken out of contact as investigations continue into corruption in the country's biggest oil firm.
Hungarian oil and gas group Mol Nyrt will today attempt to fend off an attempt by Croatia’s government to reassert control over the country’s $7.3billion refiner as talks on its future open today.
The multi-million dollar battle over the controversial Keystone XL pipeline between Canada and the USA enters its sixth year this week - and with celebrity endorsements on both sides of the campaign, shows no sign of slowing down.
What can the energy industry expect in 2014? Bloomberg's Rachel Morrison looks at plans for a unified energy market across the Euro Zone.
Beleaguered Brazilian exploration firm OGX is set to ask bondholders for more cash in a bid to avoid having to file for bankruptcy protection.
Geologist Robert Ryan did not suspect he was helping change the energy future of the Gulf of Mexico when he gave the go-ahead for a well that would break the world record for deep-water drilling.
Oil and gas partnership Linn Energy says it will spend a further $525million on Permian Basin assets to increase production in the field.
Scott Darling, head of regional oil & gas for Asia-Pacific with JP Morgan, discusses what issues could impact energy stocks over the next few days.
Growing pollution at 50 of the world’s biggest-emitting companies threatens to undermine global efforts to contain rising temperatures, according to a report by CDP, formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project.
Norway's new leader Erna Solberg has vowed to limit spending of the nation’s $750billion oil fund after a jump in inflation triggered the biggest surge in the krone in two months.
Norway’s Conservatives face tough negotiations to unite the opposition after ousting the Labor-led coalition on promises to cut taxes and loosen the state’s hold on Scandinavia’s richest economy.
Malaysia state oil firm Petronas is to pull out of the giant Carabobo project in Venezuela, it has been confirmed.
Only five solar-power vendors remain in a space built for 170 at a sprawling complex of offices stacked three stories high outside Xinyu city in China’s southeast.
An appeal over the $9.6billion damages bill BP faces from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico disaster has been brought forward to early November.
Norway’s opposition, poised to oust the Labor Party-led government in elections next week, is promising an antidote to help wean the nation off its oil addiction.
Africa Oil and Tullow Oil may sell as much as half of their fields in Kenya to a strategic partner to share costs.
The highest radiation levels so far have been found near tanks holding contaminated water used to cool reactors at the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan.
Higher Asian demand for liquefied natural gas will mean no increase in imports to Europe next year, according to new research.
The operators of the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant may dump radioactive water into the ocean once its toxicity is brought within legal limits, it has emerged.
Norway’s election later this month is set to open up a debate on how much of the nation’s oil wealth can be funneled straight into Scandinavia’s richest economy.
Chevron Corporation, the second-largest energy company by market value, will invest in Argentine shale oil and natural gas fields by bringing dollars into the country and exchanging them at the official rate, said state-run YPF SA.
Vestas Wind Systems, the Danish turbine maker that’s been unprofitable for two years, will focus on completing a restructuring program to restore earnings, incoming chief executive officer Anders Runevad said.
Asian refining giant Sinopec has agreed a $3.1billion deal to take a 33 percent stake in Apache’s Egyptian oil and gas business, marking the state-owned company’s biggest purchase in the Middle East.