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Steve Ghormley from Freedom CNG and Railroad Commissioner David Porter fuel up a truck at the new CNG fueling station serving Houston Distributing Company near the company's facility on High Life Drive Thursday March 27, 2014.(Dave Rossman photo)

Lawmakers weigh in on debate about natural gas labels

Policymakers are trying to figure out how to measure consumer natural gas fuels.  More »
Iraqi Kurdish forces take position near Taza Khormato as they fight jihadist militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) positioned five kilometers away in Bashir, 20 kms south of Kirkuk, on June 23, 2014.
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Iraqi Kurds take over 2 northern oil fields

Kurdish security forces took over two major oil fields outside the disputed northern city of Kirkuk before dawn Friday and said they would use some of the production for domestic purposes, escalating a dispute the central government of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.  More »
Louis Finkel, executive vice president for the American Petroleum Institute. (Photo: API)

New oil industry lobbyist stands apart from pack

The oil industry’s new top lobbyist has an attribute that could give him an edge navigating the minefield of energy politics on Capitol Hill.  More »
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Halliburton workers are shown at a natural gas drilling site near Ponder, Texas. (Donna McWilliam/AP)

Halliburton bolsters China’s fracking through partnership

Halliburton, the oil field services company with the largest hydraulic fracturing fleet, is exporting the key technology behind the U.S. shale boom to China.  More »
The Chinese flag blows in the wind as hundreds of people walk along the Bund boardwalk by the Huangpu river in Shanghai, China. (Paula Bronstein/MCT)

Oil demand up fastest since 2010 on China, IEA says

Global oil demand will rise at the fastest pace in five years in 2015 as China leads gains in emerging economies, the International Energy Agency said.  More »
Source: Louisiana Offshore Oil Port LLC via Bloomberg

Shale shifting flows at America’s biggest oil port

With domestic production at a 28-year high, LOOP’s managers are thinking the previously unthinkable: They want to reverse the flows and send North American oil out as well as take foreign oil in.  More »
The Occidental Petroleum building in the Westwood district of Los Angeles Thursday, Aug. 11, 2005.  (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

Oxy names leadership team for California spinoff

Occidental Petroleum Corp. today named two of its executives who will run California Resources Corp., a spinoff company that will focus on oil and gas exploration and production in California.  More »
Yellow oil barrels

Oil rises for first time in 2 weeks

Crude for August delivery gained 64 cents to $102.93 a barrel.  More »
A line of trucks wait to help clean up the site of a saltwater spill, Thursday near Mandaree, N.D. It could take weeks to clean up after a pipeline leaked 1 million gallons of saltwater on an oil-producing reservation in the heart of North Dakota's booming oil patch, with some of the byproduct finding its way to a bay that connects to the reservation's main source of drinking water, company and tribal officials say. (AP Photo/Josh Wood)

EPA trying to confirm N. Dakota spill didn’t reach lake

EPA said most of the spill was pooled on the ground, soaked into the soil and held behind beaver dams.  More »
KiOR's facility in Columbus, Miss. (KiOR)

KiOR hires investment bank to explore sale

KiOR, based in Pasadena, announced it had hired Guggenheim Partners  More »
A new report suggests energy companies should to more to thwart attacks on critical control systems.

Report: Oil companies remain complacent about computer dangers

Oil, gas and other critical infrastructure companies are ill prepared to thwart cyber threats, even though more than two thirds have had at least one significant security compromise in the past year, according to a report released Thursday.  More »
(AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File) Sales of premium and mid-grade gasoline have yet to resume at all 500 Greater Houston stations.

Chevron investigates bad gasoline in Houston pumps

Chevron continues to investigate how a bad batch of gasoline ended up in Houston-area pumps, sparking consumer complaints and forcing the company to suspend sales of premium and mid-grade gasoline at 500 local stations for several days.  More »
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