(Daniel Acker/Bloomberg)

Moody’s: TransCanada’s $15 billion NAFTA claim a slight credit positive

Neither an unlikely quick victory nor a protracted court battle are likely to have a major effect on TransCanada’s business or its ability to pay its debt, Moody’s said.
(Scott Dalton/Bloomberg)

TransCanada launches legal battle over Keystone XL rejection

The Calgary, Alberta-based company said it had filed a lawsuit in Houston’s Federal Court.
API President Jack Gerard  (Bloomberg)

Top oil lobbyist touts U.S. energy production, emissions reductions

The head of the oil industry’s top lobbying group says the U.S. is an emerging global energy powerhouse, and can can grow even stronger if the federal government imposes fewer regulations.
(Photo: Fotolia)

Enbridge settles pipeline dispute with Red Lake for $18.5M

Enbridge Energy will pay the Red Lake Nation in northern Minnesota $18.5 million to settle a nearly decade-long dispute over unauthorized use of a small parcel of tribal land.
Crews dig up land at a saltwater spill site near Blacktail Creek outside Williston, N.D., in January 2015. (AP Photo/Williston Herald, Zack Nelson)

North Dakota county objects to lowered fine in pipeline spill

Regulators believe the ruptured pipeline had been leaking unnoticed for three months.
The SKS Trent oil tanker passes through the Houston Ship Channel near Morgan's Point, Texas as Ed Phillip fishes on October 14, 2004.  Crude oil rose to a record $54.76 a barrel in New York after an Energy Department report showed that
U.S. supplies of heating oil plunged last week.
Photographer: Craig Hartley/Bloomberg News

ConocoPhillips, NuStar say they’re first to export U.S. oil

The two companies said they plan to finish loading the Eagle Ford crude cargo on Thursday at the Port of Corpus Christi.
(Daniel Acker/Bloomberg)

Enterprise Products completes Texas-to-Louisiana pipeline project

The 270-mile Aegis pipeline, which runs to Napoleonville in Louisiana, begins at Enterprise’s natural gas liquids hub near Houston.
Harold Hamm, chairman and chief executive officer of Continental Resources Inc., speaks during the 2015 IHS CERAWeek conference in Houston, Texas, U.S., on Tuesday, April 21, 2015.  (Aaron M. Sprecher/Bloomberg)

Oklahoma oilman says US market quality reflected in price

Harold Hamm, CEO of Continental Resources, says it’s a sign that the world sees domestic light, low-sulfur oil as superior to international oil, much of which is denser and higher in sulfur.
Richard D. Kinder Chairman of the Board and CEO of Kinder Morgan, Inc. during the luncheon keynote IHS Energy CERAWeek Wednesday April 22, 2015 at the Hilton Americas-Houston. (Billy Smith II / Houston Chronicle)

Kinder Morgan rebounds on dividend-cut news

The new Kinder Morgan is a safer, more financially conservative company than it was last week.
Kinder Morgan Inc. signage is displayed at the company's facility in Richmond, California, U.S., on Friday, Nov. 21, 2014. (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)

Kinder Morgan cuts dividend 75 percent

The steady dividend has been Kinder Morgan’s hallmark since it went public in February 2011.