Statoil sells stake in Azerbaijan gas project

Norwegian energy company Statoil says it has sold its stake in the Shah Deniz gas project in Azerbaijan to Malaysian company Petronas for $2.25 billion.  More »

Pipeline leaks brine in Lake Sakakawea tributary

Houston-based Oasis Petroleum Inc. reported the spill, The Environmental Protection Agency said it had no confirmed reports that the saltwater reached Bear Den Bay on Lake Sakakawea.  More »

Colorado fracking panel meets in Durango

The panel is part of Gov. John Hickenlooper’s deal to get groups to drop dueling ballot measures in November.  More »

Lego to scrap Shell deal after Arctic protest

Environmental activists Greenpeace launched in July a video showing an Arctic landscape with a Shell drilling platform made of Lego bricks covered in oil.  More »

Perry seeks unlimited natural gas and oil exports

“The first order of business to restore balance in Europe is for America to build an energy shield to protect our strategic allies,” the Texas governor said.  More »

KiOR fights ex-director as debt nears due date

A former director of biofuel maker KiOR says he tried to warn other board members about problems with KiOR’s technology to turn wood chips into an oil substitute, claims that could damage the company’s defense in shareholder lawsuits and a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation.  More »

Freeh says Alabama man should return Gulf claim money

Former FBI leader Louis Freeh contends most of the 2009 revenue came not from seafood harvesting, but from marine debris cleanup work,  More »

Appalachian pipeline gets a new route

Energy companies have revised the route of a proposed natural gas pipeline that would run from West Virginia to Virginia.  More »

Missing Vietnamese tanker likely captured by pirates

If confirmed, it would be the 12th such case of piracy since April in Southeast Asia, where tankers have been hijacked, cargo stolen and later released.  More »

SolarCity loan deal could propel rooftop market

SolarCity’s loan will allow customers to own their systems and still pay less for electricity, a simpler and cheaper prospect.  More »

U.S. predicts lower heating bills this winter

“Temperatures are forecast to be warmer than last winter and that means less demand for heat,” said Adam Sieminski, administrator of the Energy Department’s Energy Information Administration.  More »

Judge dismisses Nebraska’s EPA lawsuit

Nebraska’s attorney general filed the lawsuit in January, saying “the impossible standards imposed by the EPA will ensure no new power plants are built in Nebraska.”  More »
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