President Donald Trump is preparing to issue an executive order with the goal of giving oil companies more opportunities to drill offshore, reversing Obama-era policies that restricted the activity.
The governors of California and New York have said they will push ahead with aggressive climate change policies despite President Donald Trump’s executive order that seeks to boost the coal industry.
Airline passengers travelling to the UK from six countries in the Middle East and North Africa are to be banned from carrying laptops and other large electronic devices as cabin luggage, Downing Street has announced.
After the surprise election of Donald Trump, the head of Norway’s biggest oil company headed to Washington D.C. this month looking for reassurance. He came away as worried as ever.
The Canadian oil patch’s half-century bond to the U.S. market is loosening one tanker load at a time in Donald Trump’s “America First” era. Last month, a ship loaded oil off Newfoundland and set sail on a 10,000-plus nautical mile, or 18,500 kilometer, journey to China, following on the heels of an oil-sands cargo shipped from the U.S. Gulf Coast. India-based Reliance Industries Ltd. is set to receive the first shipment of heavy Canadian crude in April, a person familiar with the orders said last month.
Native Americans from across the US are holding a protest in Washington DC against the Trump administration and its approval of the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
President Donald Trump’s promise to increase U.S. fossil-fuel production will have many parlous consequences, not least by driving natural gas prices even lower.
The US Senate has paved the way to America boosting fossil fuel outputs by backing President Donald Trump's pick to head up the Interior Department.
TransCanada Corp has suspended a $15billion lawsuit filed against the United States over the Keystone XL pipeline.
Offshore wind companies have spent years struggling to convince sceptics that the future of U.S. energy should include giant windmills at sea. Their job just got a lot harder with the election of Donald J. Trump.
After months of fighting against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe chairman Dave Archambault II boarded a plane to Washington to meet with the Trump administration and voice his opposition. Before he had landed, news had broken that the U.S. was clearing the project.
Tensions between the U.S. and Iran escalated as President Donald Trump prepared new sanctions and told Tehran it’s “playing with fire,” prompting Iran to respond that it won’t be bullied.
Oil-services giant Halliburton Co. told employees to stay put. Another global oil company is reconsidering whether to place a crude trader in Houston. And universities that train energy workers across the country estimated that hundreds of students may be affected.
The Iraqi parliament has approved a “reciprocity measure” in response to Donald Trump’s executive order temporarily banning citizens from Iraq and six other Muslim-majority countries from entering the US, according to legislators.
The U.S. removal of sanctions on Sudan unlocks the potential for the government to tap its rich mineral and agriculture resources. Now the African state needs to carry out the large-scale reforms required to attract investors.
MPs have called on Theresa May to press Donald Trump on the issue of climate change in her first meeting with the new US president.
The inauguration of President Donald Trump has led to a few questions being raised on how this will affect the energy industry. We asked Scott Segal, partner at Policy Resolution Group, what his insight is on how this upcoming event will affect the overall performance of the market.
US president Donald Trump has signed executive orders to advance construction of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines.
A leading Wall Street investment expert claims that Donald Trump could make the US a world leading "energy powerhouse" during his presidency.
Donald Trump has pledged to work secure a rapid trade agreement with Britain, predicting that leaving the European Union would be a “great thing” for the UK.
California is considering a system to protect projects that cut global-warming emissions from a market downturn that may worsen under a Trump administration.
Russian energy major Gazprom has admitted that imports of LNG from the US could threaten its European dominance, a news report said.
Donald Trump has insisted that North Korea will not develop a nuclear weapon capable of reaching the United States.
Buckle up. The next 100 days in Washington will be tumultuous.
With Donald Trump set to enter the White House in January and populists on the march across Europe, political risk will loom large in 2017. Cautious investors may find stability in an unfamiliar place: the oil market.