Monthly Archive for July, 2012
A judge who once tried to stop collection worldwide of an $18 billion environmental judgment in Ecuador against energy company Chevron continued his criticisms of the award on Tuesday in litigation that seeks a declaration that the judgment was the product of fraud.
Robert L. Potter has been appointed president of FMC Technologies. John T. Gremp will keep his roles as chairman and chief executive officer.
Just in time for the election cycle, a newly released commercial by American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity will tout the importance of coal. See who is the star of the new advertisement campaign.
Electric crematoria were snuffed out with bodies inside, New Delhi’s Metro shut down and hundreds of coal miners were trapped underground after three Indian electric grids collapsed in a cascade Tuesday, cutting power to 620 million people in the world’s biggest blackout.
Anadarko saw sales volumes double in several U.S. fields during over the past year and marked major natural gas discoveries in Africa, leaders said.
As Shell inches closer to launching exploratory drilling in the Chukchi and Beaufort seas, the federal government today announced it is expanding an online mapping tool for responding to offshore oil spills so it includes Arctic waters.
Texas oil and gas employment rose last year, but what did the Texas Petroleum Index find out this year? Follow live as Fuel Fix reporter Zain Shauk hears the presentation.
Energy companies are becoming more popular among college students, the latest in an annual survey shows.
Venezuela was officially welcomed into the Mercosur trade bloc Tuesday, giving that nation’s leader Hugo Chavez a long-awaited political prize and strengthening links among the region’s agricultural and energy powerhouses.
Valero Energy may split its retail business from the rest of the company. It is reviewing several ways to separate its retail operations, including a distribution to shareholders, the company said.