Ryan Holeywell

Ryan Holeywell

Ryan Holeywell covers energy for the Houston Chronicle. He previously wrote about transportation and municipal finance for Governing magazine, which is read by state and local government officials nationwide. Holeywell’s previous work has been published by the Washington Post and USA Today, and he has appeared on CNN and public radio to discuss his articles. Holeywell, a Houston native, graduated from George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

Total to sell stake in Utica midstream business for $450 million

A day after revealing plans to sell $10 billion in assets by 2017, French oil giant Total announces plans to sell its stake in a Utica Shale project.  More »

Total announces plans to sell $10 billion in assets by 2017

French energy giant Total SA will sell $10 billion of assets from 2015 to 2017, the company announced at an event for analysts Monday, as part of a broader strategy designed to promote financial discipline within the company.  More »

Wild Well unveils newest 120-ton capping stack

Houston-based Wild Well Control has stationed a capping stack in Singapore as part of its global system for responding to underwater well blowuts.  More »

For engineering students, first impressions count

As more than 100 companies — mostly in the energy sector — descended on the University of Houston Hilton for fall recruitment Thursday, Vita Como, senior director of the school’s engineering career center, has an important message: engineers are in demand, but first impressions count.  More »

Canadian bank takings bid on Apache assets in Alberta

The Bank of Nova Scotia is taking bids for Apache Corp. assets in Alberta, according to marketing materials on its website, in what could signal the latest divestment effort by the Houston-based exploration and production company.  More »

Spectra Energy announces $3 billion New England project

Spectra Energy Corp. announced a $3 billion expansion to its New England pipeline network, which it said will help meet growing demand for natural gas in the region.  More »

Occidental agrees to $190 million settlement with New Jersey

Occidental Petroleum Corp.’s chemical subsidiary has agreed to pay New Jersey $190 million to resolve liability stemming from damages to the Passaic River, the state’s attorney general announced Monday.  More »

McDermott completes its work on Chevron’s Jack and St. Malo offshore projects

Engineering and construction firm McDermott International announced Monday that it’s completed its portion of work on Chevron’s Jack and St. Malo project in the Gulf of Mexico.  More »

Q&A: Accenture’s shale expert Melissa Stark on unconventional plays worldwide

Melissa Stark, managing director of Accenture’s New Energy Business, is the consulting firm’s expert on shale development. The firm recently published an update on the outlook for unconventional plays in nine countries. Stark, who’s worked in the United Kingdom for 20 years, spoke with the Chronicle recently about what’s on the horizon for shale and tight oil and gas worldwide.  More »

Foster Wheeler: Changes not coming next year

Global engineering conglomerate Foster Wheeler told employees that changes to the company’s structure associated with its acquisition by AMEC won’t take place until next year.  More »

Statoil, partners expand effort to put flared natural gas to use

Statoil, GE and Ferus Natural Gas are expanding use of technology designed to fuel oil field equipment with natural gas that otherwise would be flared off into the atmosphere.  More »

Natural gas industry unveils security program

A new program led by natural gas utilities could help improve the safety of their infrastructure by allowing them to more effectively share information about the threats they’re facing.  More »
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