Daily Archive for January 4th, 2013
Exxon Mobil Corp. is leading a $14 billion project to produce oil off of Canada’s northeast coast, the company announced Friday.
A solid US non-farm payrolls figure of 155,000 calms investors earlier unnerved by a new hawkish tone among some Federal Reserve policy makers
The State Department has federal jurisdiction because the pipeline begins in Canada.
Decision brings to a close an affair that exposed a rare lapse of judgment by the 82-year old Warren Buffett, who misjudged shareholder reaction
The US vice-president’s long experience in the Senate means that he is in demand pushing through President Barack Obama’s ambitious legislative agenda
Investigation in Alaska could add to pressure from regulators to prevent company from resuming its Arctic exploration programme this summer
Lukoil says assembly has started in Baku, Azerbaijan of a transport and installation barge (TIB) for offshore platforms at the Vladimir Filanovsky field in the Caspian Sea.
Faroese petroleum administration JarÃ°feingi has received an application for an offshore license for exploration and production of hydrocarbons.
The US economy shrugged off concerns about the fiscal cliff as it started 2013 with 155,000 new jobs and rising confidence in the services sector
Two protesters who climbed onto tree platforms late Wednesday to block work on the Keystone XL pipeline have descended, a spokesman for the activists confirmed Friday.