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Antero Midstream raises $1 billion in IPO

The partnership will own and operate pipelines and other assets of natural gas producer Antero Resources, including in the Marcellus Shale in West Virginia and the Utica Shale in southern Ohio.  More »

EOG profit doubles on low-cost wells even as oil price falls

CEO William Thomas boosted EOG’s growth target for oil even in the face of a market slump  More »

White House monitoring oil drop, no action seen on reserves

West Texas Intermediate touched $75.84 a barrel, the lowest intraday price since Oct. 4, 2011 as Saudi Arabia price cuts deepened a selloff in crude.  More »

Oil sands crude seen reaching Gulf without Keystone XL

Oil-sands crude will supply Gulf Coast refineries regardless of how President Barack Obama rules on the Keystone XL pipeline, Alberta Premier Jim Prentice said.  More »

Oil prices hit 3-year lows after Saudi discount

The market was shaken by news that Saudi Arabia was cutting prices for the U.S. to compete with the surge in oil production there.  More »

Halliburton CEO expects shale to reverse oil price slump

Halliburton CEO Dave Lesar is joining the chorus of oil executives who say they aren’t worried about falling oil prices, and expect them to climb next year.  More »

Crude oil settles below $80 a barrel

Oil tumbled last month after Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran and Kuwait cut prices, leading to concern that OPEC members were fighting for market share.  More »

Fossil fuel caps urged as scientists warn of climate woes

The world can only consume a fraction of the known deposits of fossil fuels if it’s to avoid the most dangerous impacts from climate change.  More »

Gasoline at $3, consumers saving hundreds before holidays

The bonus at the pumps represents the biggest benefit to consumers to date from a record boom in domestic oil production that has contributed to a global crude glut and helped bring down international prices.  More »

Brent oil has longest run of weekly losses since ’02

Traders are split on whether Saudi Arabia will deepen the crude price cuts that propelled oil into a bear market this month.  More »

OPEC in ‘price war’ as Iraq says members fight for market

Crude prices have collapsed more than 20 percent from their June peak, meeting a common definition of a bear market.  More »

Shale boom redraws oil routes as Alaska ships to Korea

South Korea received this month a shipment of Alaskan oil for the first time in at least eight years and may buy more.  More »

Fracking advocates urged to win ugly by discrediting foes

The fight over fracking in Colorado has been viewed as a bellwether for similar debates brewing from New York to Sacramento.  More »

Crude falls after Fed ends asset-purchase program

Oil for December delivery dropped $1.08 to settle at $81.12 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.  More »

U.S. crude output rises to highest since 1980s on shale boom

U.S. crude production climbed to the highest level in at least three decades last week as the shale boom moved the country closer to energy independence.  More »