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While the job picture remains stagnant nationwide, the boom in domestic shale drilling has pushed hiring to a feverish pace in North American oil fields.
There are jobs in abundance in the Eagle Ford shale area, but a group of employers said Monday that it isn’t easy to find qualified workers.
After a year of preparation, oil companies and offshore contractors starting Tuesday must comply with a government mandate requiring broad safety management systems designed to reduce human errors and shrink operational risks.
The officials said TransCanada would agree to the new route, a move the company previously said wasn’t possible, as part of an effort to push through the proposed $7 billion project.
Jay Leno might be best known for his Tonight Show, but he’s also a hot rod, car collector junky.
Dynegy Inc. said today that its losses more than tripled in the third quarter as it generated less power at lower prices.
Brazil’s president has ordered a full investigation into an oil spill near an offshore field operated by oil giant Chevron Corp.
The Keystone XL pipeline may be the first shovel-ready project buried by foot-dragging.
U.S. auto-safety regulators are examining the safety of lithium-ion batteries that power all plug-in electric vehicles after a General Motors Co. (GM) Chevrolet Volt caught fire, people familiar with the probe said.
Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM) Chief Executive Officer Rex Tillerson is playing catch-up with a former rival, ex-BP Plc CEO Tony Hayward, in a race to tap oil riches in Iraq’s Kurdish region that dwarf the deep-water Gulf of Mexico.