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Spill trial: BP makes its case for lower pollution fines

BP’s fourth and final witness, Robert Cox, a practicing physician and toxicologist at the University of Mississippi Medical School, said he found the oil spill and the efforts to clean it up left no significant adverse human health impacts or threats to public health, based on his analysis of exhaustive state and federal data.  More »

Video: Anadarko turns massive Gulf spar into marine habitat

Anadarko Petroleum Corp. has turned a 7,200-ton cell spar hull into a dark cave-like habitat for fish, sea anemones and other deep-sea creatures 200 miles off the coast of Louisiana.  More »

BP penalty trial begins in New Orleans

A federal judge on Tuesday will hear arguments from BP and U.S. government attorneys and experts in the long-running civil case over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.  More »

Anadarko oil spill fines cut by $1.1 billion after ruling

The Woodlands-based oil company had owned 25 percent of the doomed Macondo well and is on the hook for up to $1,100 in fines for every barrel that reached the Gulf of Mexico in 2010.  More »

Appeals court won’t rehear a BP oil spill liability argument

A federal appeals court has refused to reconsider its 2014 ruling that BP cannot avoid federal penalties for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill by blaming another company’s failed equipment.  More »

Anadarko, Dallas company to reimburse $5 million to Oklahoma

State staff monitoring oil and gas wells for compliance discovered Anadarko Petroleum and Exco Resources weren’t paying the full amount from their wells to a trust fund for Oklahoma public schools.  More »

Exxon Mobil drops to No. 4 in world rankings of largest oil firms

While Exxon Mobil fell, Russian and Chinese companies gained in the rankings.  More »

One Halliburton worker dead, two injured in Colorado accident

Halliburton Co. confirmed that one worker died and two were injured during an accident in Colorado Thursday.  More »

Judge approves $5.15 billion Anadarko environmental settlement

The settlement is the largest environmental enforcement payment in U.S. history.  More »

Anadarko ranked as the Top Workplace among large companies

Three of the top five workplaces for 2014 were energy companies.  More »

Feds set ground rules for ConocoPhillips project in Alaska

ConocoPhillips’ plans for the first oil production facilities from federal lands in Alaska moved one step closer to reality on Wednesday, as the Interior Department released a critical environmental study on the project.  More »

Anadarko profits jump on U.S. oil production

Anadarko Petroleum Corp.’s net income surged fivefold in the third quarter.  More »

Oil producers unite to lobby for crude exports

Fourteen of the nation’s largest independent oil companies are banding together to lobby for the right to export crude around the world. It’s a sign the industry is revving up for a big, coordinated push to dismantle those trade restrictions next year.  More »

Colorado finds itself an earthquake lab amid gas boom

In an area peppered with wells pulling energy resources from below ground — and many pumping wastewater from the process back into it through injection wells — an old question resurfaced: Could the same geological tinkering that has revved a formidable economic engine also trigger potentially damaging earthquakes?  More »

Drillers in Colorado especially mindful of the neighbors

Producers are finding ways to centralize oil field operations in a bid to boost efficiencies, cut costs and minimize disruptions for residents in the populous Colorado Front Range.  More »
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