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Report: Retirees, 401Ks hold most shares in oil & gas industry

The biggest owners of oil and gas companies aren’t found inside their boardrooms.  More »

Federal agency says oil exports would lower pump prices

Ending the United States’ longstanding ban against most crude exports could lift oil prices inside the country while decreasing the cost of gasoline, according to a Government Accountability Office report released Monday.  More »

Pipeline growth points to shale boom’s infrastructure demands

An expanding web of pipelines is ferrying more oil and natural gas liquids across the United States.  More »

Refiners: We can take all your oil

Refiners opposed to oil exports said Thursday they have more than enough plants and equipment to swallow up all of the light, sweet crude flowing out of U.S. wells, countering the chief argument of oil producers hoping for a new era of overseas sales.  More »

Study: East Coast states could cash in on offshore drilling

North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia could rake in billions if the Interior Department opens up auctions on leases along the Atlantic Coast, according to the study.  More »

Long supply chain keeps oil industry pumping

America’s energy renaissance isn’t brought to you by Big Oil. That’s the message the American Petroleum Institute is delivering with a new report that shines a spotlight on the nearly 30,000 businesses that supply the oil and gas industry with equipment and services.  More »

Report: Vampire equipment sucking power and draining wallets

The price people pay for always-on, around-the-clock Internet connections with modems, cell phones and laptops may be higher than they think.  More »

Report: Iraqi strife could bring back 2008 oil prices

If the conflict in Iraq forced a third of the country’s oil production offline, it could thrust crude prices up $40 per barrel, a group of former military leaders and energy experts warned Tuesday.  More »

US oil exports soar to new milestone

U.S. oil exports hit a 15 year high in April, despite broad limitations on foreign sales, according to a report released Monday by the federal Energy Information Administration.  More »

Feds launch oil export studies

The federal government’s top energy analysts have kicked off their examination of issues surrounding the nation’s crude export ban, releasing a paper that examines the limited opportunities for offloading the light, sweet oil increasingly flowing out of U.S. wells.  More »

Oil producers make crude export pitch

The oil industry stepped up its campaign to export crude on Thursday, releasing a report tying the foreign sales to new jobs nationwide. But convincing motorists that selling oil overseas will lead to lower gasoline prices inside the U.S. may be a tougher political sell.  More »

Texas ranks high for green job growth

Texas added nearly 800 clean jobs during the first three months of the year according to a new analysis, but across the nation, the number of new renewable energy and clean transportation projects is dropping.  More »
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