Pickens teaming up with family-run Wyoming firm

The business hopes to become the largest maker of natural gas engines for drilling rigs.  More »

Oil tops $104 on Ukraine fears

Natural gas surged nearly 5 percent after the Energy Department reported that U.S. storage levels rose less than expected.  More »

Ex BP-employee settles US insider-trading charges

A former BP employee who was a coordinator during the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has agreed to settle federal charges of using confidential information on the seriousness of the spill to profit illegally from trading in BP stock.  More »

Shell expresses optimism, caution on future of massive proposed plant

A plan to build a huge new petrochemical plant in western Pennsylvania is making progress, Shell Oil Co. officials said Wednesday — but there’s still no guarantee the multi-billion dollar project will actually be constructed.  More »

Oil flat near $104 despite huge stock build

More concerns about that Russia’s response to the upheaval in the Ukraine cushioned the price drop.  More »

Cleanup to begin at site of Pennsylvania derailment

Cleanup is scheduled to begin Tuesday at the site of a train derailment in northeastern Pennsylvania.  More »

Energy Future Holdings misses filing deadline

The decision not to submit the report could be another step toward bankruptcy.  More »

Oil down slightly ahead of Ukraine meeting

The price of oil fell to near $103 a barrel Tuesday ahead of talks aimed at defusing tensions between the West and Russia over Ukraine.  More »

Gazprom assures Europe gas supply; German firm starts deliveries to Ukraine

The head of Russian gas giant Gazprom told a European energy leader Tuesday that it will continue to provide a reliable supply of natural gas to the European market, according to Reuters.  More »

Keystone opponents carve anti-pipeline message into field

Opponents of a proposed pipeline that would carry oil from Canada south to the Gulf Coast have stamped a massive message of resistance into a Nebraska field that is in the project’s path.  More »

New Democratic senator finds identity as Obama energy critic

Sen. Heidi Heitkamp fashioned herself as an independent-minded candidate as she won an upset victory in 2012. And she has carried that ethos into her second year in office, emerging as perhaps the White House’s most consistent Democratic critic on energy policy.  More »

California to see surge in oil brought in by rail

Government regulators predict a surge in U.S. oil production will means a steep increase in the number of trains carrying it to California refineries.  More »
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