Texas residents and businesses, including the biggest names in oil, autos and technology, are being asked to conserve electricity Monday afternoon during a heat wave that’s expected to push the state’s grid near its breaking point.
BP and Linde have announced plans to build a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in Texas, with a view to supporting low-carbon hydrogen production at Linde’s Houston facilities.
Oil and gas leaders including Chevron, ExxonMobil and BP to unlock secrets of data-driven opportunities for upstream this June
The foremost digital strategists of the oil and gas sector will descend on Houston, Texas, this June to reveal unique insights into data-driven operations.
With a foot on either side of the Atlantic, Helix Energy Solutions has a good vantage point from which to cast a view across the global oil and gas market.
VFuels is making progress with its Cabinda refinery work at facilities in Houston, with equipment passing its factory acceptance testing (FAT).
Aberdeenshire-based Ace Winches has unveiled ambitious plans to invest £5.2 million with the opening of a new facility in Houston.
Exxon Mobil Corp. plans to prohibit the LGBTQ-rights flag from being flown on the corporate flagpole outside its offices during Pride month in June, prompting a furious backlash from Houston-based employees.
Welligence Energy Analytics has appointed Juan Agudelo to head the company’s energy transition offering. Agudelo follows in a long line of Wood Mackenzie executives to join Welligence.
An Aberdeenshire-born entrepreneur has announced a multimillion-dollar expansion of his flourishing Houston co-working industrial property business during a landmark transatlantic business event.
Noble Corp. and Maersk Drilling have set out the executive team that will lead the new company, confirming Noble’s Robert Eifler as president and CEO.
The US Coast Guard came to the aid of nine oil workers trapped on a burning jack-up rig in Texas yesterday.
A global shift toward environmental accountability, major technological disruptions and unexpected economic activity are all creating exciting opportunities and stark challenges for trading houses, investors, producers, traders, buyers, and governments alike.
Black smoke spewed across Houston’s industrial suburbs for more than an hour on Monday morning, just days after a winter storm knocked out power at several of the nation’s largest oil refineries.
ExxonMobil will relocate its corporate headquarters to the Houston area from suburban Dallas and combine its chemical and refining divisions in a major shake-up aimed at reducing costs.
US oilfield services giant Halliburton is back in the black after a “solid execution” of its strategy in the last year.
Tributes have been paid to John Westwood, founder of the namesake energy market analytics firm, who has died aged 76.
The world is on course for a “deeply flawed” and “ever more chaotic energy transition”, Saudi Aramco CEO Amin Nasser has said, in comments at the World Petroleum Congress.
The omicron variant of the coronavirus is again arriving just in time to cast a shadow over a long-awaited oil and gas industry conference.
Energy Capital & Power (ECP) has pushed back its US-Africa Energy Forum to December 9-10.
Supply chain companies working to shape the energy transition would be “welcomed with open arms” in Houston, according to a leading economist.
Schlumberger has pulled out of the world’s largest oil and gas industry conference amid Covid-19 concerns.
Aberdeen-headquartered RigQuip has announced plans to create 120 jobs and invest at least £10m in growth plans over the next five years.
Worley has agreed to pay out $1million to 42 employees to settle an alleged pay discrimination case involving one of its subsidiaries.
Mobile green battery start-up Carbon Neutral Energy (CNE), of Aberdeen, is looking to set up a base in Texas, just two months after launching.
For John Arnold, the billionaire philanthropist who made his fortune betting on natural gas prices, Houston’s fossil-fuel industry seems finally ready to move on.