A Houston litigator whose specialties include insurance issues says cyberattacks are presenting energy companies with new insurance needs. More »
A federal judge’s ruling that technically clears the way for a contested tanker of crude to be offloaded in the United States comes at a critical time for Kurdistan, which urgently needs a large infusion of cash to defend itself against Islamist militants. More »
The U.S. Department of Justice and the Environmental Protection Agency said Tuesday the company will pay the penalty to resolve the government’s claim.
Since governmental guidelines and voluntary practices of today can quickly turn into the requirements of tomorrow, the oil and gas pipeline industry can prepare now. More »
The oil industry has done a poor job in explaining to the public the challenges it faces and the service it performs, More »
Above all, the oil boom has emerged as a singular force driving the state’s great challenge of the 21st century, the post-urbanization population surge.
A $3.75 million National Science Foundation grant will help researchers at Rice, Texas A&M and the University of Texas investigate commercial applications for their work. More »
Until recently, Saudi Arabia’s volume of oil sales to the United States grew even as overall imports fell. More »
The industry-supported Pipeline Research Council International is collecting failed pipes in a Houston repository so companies can test how well their monitoring devices detect real-world defects. More »
The global energy industry must seek new avenues to meet growing demand. More »
These days, the hay bales stacked in northeast Colorado are more likely meant to muffle the sounds of oil and gas development — not feed the region’s cattle, sheep and other livestock. More »
The proposed rules would require companies seeking a wastewater well permit to submit more information about the seismic history of their site and the underground pressure the water will cause. More »