Friday's jobs numbers confirm one thing about this week's OPEC agreement: Shale producers were readying to raise production weeks before officials gathered in Vienna.
The number of rigs operating in the US crept up this week, the latest Baker Hughes rig count shows.
BP has sanctioned phase two of its Mad Dog project in the Gulf of Mexico after more than halving costs.
A major upgrade project has been completed on Shell’s Scotford refinery near Edmonton, Canada.
London-listed Baron Oil said today that two of its blocks in Peru contain nearly a billion barrels of recoverable crude and billions of cubic feet of gas.
Pantheon's chief executive flew to London to meet with investors this week.
Statoil has completed its $2.5billion deal to buy 66% of an offshore licence in Brazil’s Santos Basin from Petrobras, the Norwegian oil major said yesterday.
The number of rigs operating in the US went up this week, the latest Baker Hughes rig count shows.
The company behind a controversial 3.8 billion dollar (£3 billion) US oil pipeline is seeking a judge’s permission to circumvent US president Barack Obama’s administration and move ahead with a disputed section of the project in North Dakota.
South-America focused President Energy plans to raise about $20million (£16.1million) through a share placing.
The Obama administration has yet again delayed a decision on the controversial Dakota Access crude pipeline, even as President-elect Donald Trump vows to speed up reviews of such projects.
The front doors of the North Dakota’s capitol building were locked today after scores of demonstrators descended on the building to protest against a pipeline project, a local media report said.
Raul Sanchez has sent his CV a thousand different places.
If you want a snapshot of what the global energy map will look like under President Donald Trump, look no farther than the stock market.
Some U.S. oil policies are likely to shift significantly when Donald Trump assumes the presidency next year. While details remain sketchy, he’s highlighted a number of areas where he differs significantly from current policy.
Donald Trump’s U.S. presidential election victory came as a positive surprise for pipeline proponents.
Technip’s wholly-owned subsidiary Technip Umbilicals has been awarded a contract by a major Operator to supply a subsea control umbilical in the Gulf of Mexico.
Donald Trump is to be the next president of the United States after voters gambled on his promise to “Make America Great Again”.
Big oil in Houston is ditching fancy real estate for juice bars, according to KPMG’s new head of its energy and natural resources practice.
BP has said that an investment decision on phase two of its Mad Dog project in the Gulf of Mexico was “sort of imminent”.
The latest Baker Hughes rig count shows the number of rigs operating in the US went up again last week.
Aberdeen has long touted its energy twin Houston.
Colonial Pipeline Co. has delayed until Sunday the expected restart of the largest U.S. fuel pipeline, which was shut earlier this week by an explosion and fire in Alabama.
Noble Group Ltd. executives mapped out a road to recovery for the battered commodity trader as shareholders voted to approve the sale of a U.S. energy unit to raise funds, with Chairman Richard Elman describing the asset as one of the company’s crown jewels.
A 40-inch-wide pipeline that snakes its way from the oil-soaked Gulf Coast to the tank farms of northern New Jersey carries a quarter of the gasoline used by East Coast motorists.