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 »
Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP, the pipeline operator that’s buying U.S. oil tankers, said it’s in talks to ship Texas crude to California through the Panama Canal. More »
Even after selling off billions in assets to pay for oil spill costs, BP is still slimming down. More »
An oil gusher in the Eagle Ford Shale lifted Sanchez Energy’s daily production last year to seven times its level the year before, as it adopted advances like pad drilling. More »
The price of oil inched up to around $97 a barrel Monday but gains were tempered by the prospect of a further reduction in U.S. central bank stimulus and stock market headwinds.
Iran plans to offer oil companies improved terms to develop oil and natural gas fields once a trade embargo against the country is lifted, Total SA (FP) Chief Executive Officer Christophe de Margerie said. More »
Crude still finished the week with a gain of more than 2 percent. More »