Monthly Archive for August, 2012
A spokesman for the EPA said it will issue a one-year air permit compliance order for Shell’s activities off Alaska’s northwest coast.
The U.S. Department of Energy will lend 1 million barrels of oil to Marathon Petroleum Corp. after the company requested it because of impacts related to Hurricane Isaac.
From Ann Romney to Clint Eastwood, here’s what key speakers at the Republican National Convention had to say about the nation’s energy issues.
The ASME Petroleum Division Awards Committee has announced that its 2012 Petroleum Industry Awards Gala will be held on Nov. 9, at the Hilton Americas in Houston.
Hurricane Isaac cost the energy industry up to $1 billion in lost production and damage to equipment, a risk modeling firm estimates.
Smit Lamnalco has launched the SL Gabon, the first tugboat under the new, combined identity.
Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) strongly supports the announcement that Royal Dutch Shell can move ahead with limited oil and natural gas production activities in Alaska’s Beaufort and Chukchi Seas. The approval represents a significant step forward for the project which has been beset by bureaucratic delays and legal challenges for the past five years. It will […]
DNV and the Fridtjof Nasen Institute have released a new study into the crucial risk management issues revolving around Arctic operations.
Offshore Northern Seas conference attendees are concerned about a shortage of skilled professionals preventing Norway from developing recently discovered oil reserves in the North Sea.
Statoil and Rosneft have signed the final agreement to establish joint ventures for four license areas offshore Russia.