Shell and other offshore players to move a growing number of jobs historically performed at sea onto land. More »
General Electric’s Energy Financial Services unit and E.ON Climate and Renewables North America are forming an investment partnership to own and operate a Texas wind farm. More »
Educational programs popping up in Texas, Pennsylvania and North Dakota that aim to help oil companies find enough workers to install pipeline, monitor wells and fix equipment. More »
From 1998 to 2008, the average annual spot price of domestic natural gas more than quadrupled, from $1.96 per million British thermal units to $7.97, and the price moved into double digits several times during that time. That is not the case now. More »
Universities are in a constant struggle to hire and retain enough professors to keep up with surging enrollment in petroleum engineering programs nationwide.
The oil and gas industry’s junk-bond bonanza — which has caused the value of the sector’s speculative-grade debt to triple over the past seven years ago — could be coming to a sudden stop. More »
As debate over the Keystone XL pipeline drags on in the United States, another contentious battle to move Canada’s oil sands crude to market hit a milestone last week. More »
Massive oil fields aren’t the only discoveries emerging from the drilling resurgence in the Gulf of Mexico. More »
Shell Oil Company has touted the project, expected to produce more than 100,000 barrels of oil a day at its peak, as one of its most important startups this year. More »
Cheniere Energy may face a tough fight al battle over $1.6 billion in compensation investors claim in a lawsuit should be returned.
A group of Republican governors from oil-and-gas rich states will gather in Houston to discuss energy policy and slam the newest regulations passed by the EPA and backed by President Barack Obama. More »
The esteemed, historic institution is the first seminary in the country to make such a move, according to its President Serene Jones. More »