LGO Energy has confirmed it has begun drilling its seventh well of the year in Trinidad.
Unconventionals producer BNK Petroleum increased production but still made a loss in the second quarter of 2015.
BP could face millions of dollars in fines and surrendered profits after a US judge said it had manipulated the Texas natural gas market in 2008.
The Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board (C-NLOPB) has said that Husky Energy’s Development Plan Amendment for the White Rose Extension Project, offshore Newfoundland, has received conditional approval from the Board along with the federal and provincial governments.
Patriot Energy is to drill the first of seven wells in the eastern shelf of the upper Permian Basin in Kent County, Texas.
Petroleum additives producer Afton Chemical has earned RC14001 and ISO 14001 certification for all US operations from British Standards Institute (BSI).
Sector heavyweight Jacobs Engineering has won the engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) for ExxonMobil's Beaumont refinery in Texas.
Sundance Energy Australia has completed the acquisition of New Standard Energy’s US and Cooper Basin assets, which include producing oil and gas wells in a $15million deal.
US-based exploration company Talon Petroleum has appointed Andrew Crawford to the board following the retirement of Clifford Foss.
Canadian producer Seven Generations Energy has suspended injection into the Alliance Pipeline after an "operational event" caused the pipeline company to call for natural gas suppliers to halt production.
Exxon Mobil has agreed deals to obtain development rights for an additional 48,000 acres in the core of the Midland Basin in Texas.
US-focused Empire Energy is to take on the operation of 16 wells in Marion County, Kansas.
White Marlin, the Houston-based privately held upstream oil and gas production company, has acquired assets from Dune Energy for $19million.
Dallas-based Breitling Energy has taken a new non-operated 35% share in a 14-well developmental drilling programme in West Texas.
Noble Energy posted a $109million loss in the second quarter of the year despite increased sales of oil and natural gas. The company said it expects it will be increasing production throughout the rest of the year but it is likely to be at an increasingly cheaper cost. Noble has posted second quarter profits of $101million down 68% from the $323million the company had earned the same time last year.
TransCanada Corp, which divides its business between pipelines and power plants, reported higher second-quarter profit as electricity prices in Alberta rose and the company transported more fuel.
Nostra Terra Oil and Gas has begun production at two Texan wells.
To understand why U.S. oil production is so resilient, it helps to consider the maze of pipelines running out of Midland, Texas.
Northcote Energy has formed a joint venture in Mexico to develop an oilfield waste recycling facility.
Production costs of less that $10 per barrel are allowing LGO Energy to progress with confidence with its Goudron development in Trinidad.
A major new 465km natural gas pipeline in Mexico has received a $820million funding package.
Seismic survey specialist Dolphin Geophysical has kicked off its first major project in Mexico.
US independent Whiting Petroleum has appointed Carin Knickel to its board.
US light oil exploration company Marksmen Energy has found "signifcant" deposits from its assets in Ohio.
US mining and oil heavyweight Freeport-McMoRan made a $1.85billion loss in the second quarter of 2015. The company posted $2billion of write-downs related to its oil and gas properties and other one-off items. Richard Adkerson, chief executive, said: "Our second-quarter results reflect strong operating performance in our global mining business, and solid production results and continued positive drilling and development results in our oil and gas operations.