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Technology lets producers move jobs from platforms to land

Shell and other offshore players to move a growing number of jobs historically performed at sea onto land.  More »

GE in Texas wind farm deal

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 »

Industry, schools partnering to train oil field workers

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 »

Change in direction leaves LNG importing units idle

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 »

Industry raids universities for oil engineering talent

Universities are in a constant struggle to hire and retain enough professors to keep up with surging enrollment in petroleum engineering programs nationwide.  More »

Shale’s junk debt at risk if Fed raises rates

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 »

Photos: The other battle for Canada’s oil sands

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 »

Deep-water drillers discover creatures as well as crude (video)

Massive oil fields aren’t the only discoveries emerging from the drilling resurgence in the Gulf of Mexico.  More »

Photos: At sea with Shell and the landmark Mars B project

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 may not have an easy road on compensation lawsuit

Cheniere Energy may face a tough fight al battle over $1.6 billion in compensation investors claim in a lawsuit should be returned.  More »

Republican governors slam Obama energy policy at Houston event

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 »

Seminary drops fossil-fuel investments to atone for ‘sin’

The esteemed, historic institution is the first seminary in the country to make such a move, according to its President Serene Jones.  More »
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