A medical official says four people died when a fuel tanker truck exploded in western Kenya. More »
Nigeria’s government is planning for a 2012 budget that will see oil production in Africa’s most populous nation at 2.48 million barrels a day. More »
The Kenyan government was repeatedly warned about the dangers of people living on top of a gasoline pipeline that leaked fuel and exploded days ago, killing 95 people, experts said today.
The International Energy Agency cut global oil demand forecasts for this year and next as the economic recovery falters. More »
Oil production in Libya should ramp up faster than previously forecast, the International Energy Agency said today, but the North African country still won’t be at full capacity at the end of next year.
A local official says at least 75 bodies have been recovered after an explosion of a gasoline pipeline running through a slum in Kenya’s capital. More »
Royal Dutch Shell PLC says it has reopened a natural gas plant after isolating the leakage point of a damaged pipeline in Nigeria’s oil-rich southern delta. More »
Anadarko Petroleum Corp., the second-largest U.S. independent oil and natural-gas company, said its appraisal well in the West Cape Three Points Block offshore Ghana has encountered crude in underground rock similar to that in the country’s largest oil field. More »
Royal Dutch Shell PLC is warning it can’t meet production goals in Nigeria after several pipeline spills in the oil-rich southern delta. More »
Oil companies with activities in Libya said Monday it is too early to predict how quickly they can return to work in the war-torn nation following the invasion of Tripoli and apparent overthrow of Moammar Gadhafi by rebel forces over the weekend. More »
Royal Dutch Shell PLC says six recent oil spills in Nigeria’s southern delta were a result of “sabotage” on one of their pipelines, and that a seventh spill on a nearby line is showing similar damage. More »
The federal agency overseeing offshore petroleum drilling said it has corrected flaws a federal judge cited in environmental work ahead of a 2008 lease sale off Alaska’s northwest coast. More »