The billion-dollar legal battle among three oil and gas giants – Energy Transfer Partners, Enterprise Products and Enbridge – that went to trial last week sounds like a bitter divorce case, complete with accusations of a lovers’ triangle. More »
The idea to the lift the ban has drawn both interest and resistance in Congress, but midterm election politics may sour the congressional appetite to change the law this year. In a recent interview with FuelFix, Felmy argued the industry’s case for dismantling the ban. More »
Benchmark crude oil for March delivery fell 74 cents to close at $97.49 a barrel.
The price of oil slipped below $98 a barrel on Friday, backing off the 2014 peak it hit in the previous session on signs of stronger recoveries in the U.S. and Japan. More »
Deep divisions over selling American crude overseas — and big fears about what it might do to gasoline prices — were on display Thursday as the Senate held its first hearing on oil exports in a quarter century. More »
Natural gas prices fell sharply on forecasts for milder temperatures. More »
The world crude market is having waning influence on U.S. gasoline, which instead is beginning to track lower-priced domestic oil. More »
While soaring production made 2013 a landmark year for Texas oil and gas, there are signs that a slowdown is approaching, according to economist Karr Ingham in a presentation Wednesday. More »
The National Association of Railroad Passengers wrote to U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx this week urging him to intervene.
The price of crude rose nearly 2 percent. More »
Wealthy investors in Houston park nearly a quarter of their cash in the energy industry, and most bet heavily on fossil fuels, a new survey shows. More »
How can you undertake more training to join the oil & gas industry in a way that is still within your financial means? More »