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In the old days of newspapers, when copy was still edited on paper, the symbol -30- was used to mark the end of the story.
Offshore drilling safety still isn’t making the grade.
Almost three years after the Deepwater Horizon came to define it, BP wants to tell a different story.
Daniel Akerson is all too aware of the fact that someone people will never forgive General Motors for the government bailout that kept it in business, but the automaker’s chief executive is once again calling on the government for help.
At the week-long conference, world energy leaders are displaying the industry’s new boom mentality, one that goes hand in hand with a newfound environmentalism.
Investors led by Elliott Associates have accused chief executive John Hess of stacking the board with cronies, some of whom had served as directors for almost three decades.
Let us pause for a moment to gaze with perfect clarity in the rearview mirror and talk about the revenue that might have been.
After four decades of policies based on a scarcity of energy resources, we need a plan that capitalizes on abundance, that recognizes the tremendous fortuity that increased domestic production represents.
It didn’t take the Sunset Advisory Commission long to leave consumers in the dark.
The board of Chesapeake Energy offered a stinging referendum on the leadership of chief executive Aubrey McClendon, embracing sweeping governance changes and slashing executive and director pay.