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Report: Two major oil companies evacuating Iraq

ExxonMobil officials are not commenting on reports that the company has evacuated from Iraq amid growing instability brought on by militants.  More »
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Breaking Bad meets Fargo in underbelly of shale boom

Along with oil prosperity in North Dakota has come a spasm of crime unlike any before on the prairie. Where farmers once sealed deals with a handshake, authorities now contend with drug gangs, meth labs, and violent crimes.  More »
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Lawyer joins Tudor, Pickering, Holt as director, general counsel

Paul Perea, moving to Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. from Baker Botts, is the first to hold the title of general counsel at TPH.  More »
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Oil group: Biofuel delay risks gas price swings

The federal government is already seven months late in setting biofuel quotas for 2014, with the risk that tardiness will translate into volatile gasoline prices, the oil industry’s leading trade group said Wednesday.  More »
A sign near the entrance marks Petrobras America's Ship Channel refinery, operated as Pasadena Refining System Inc. (Photo: Petrobras America)

Brazil energy giant buys $1.2B of pain in Texas

At least four federal investigations in Brazil are currently looking into Petrobras’ purchase of a Texas refinery and the decisions of officials including President Dilma Rousseff, the Petrobras chairman at the time of the purchase.  More »
Wind turbines stand behind a solar power park on Oct. 30, 2013 near Werder, Germany. (Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Environmental regulator: Renewable energy is ‘unreliable and parasitic’

Oil, gas and coal production have boosted living conditions around the globe, and policies to effectively replace the fossil fuels “with inferior energy sources” could undermine those improvements, former Texas environmental regulator Kathleen Hartnett White argues.  More »
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Bill to approve Keystone XL advances in Senate

A key Senate committee voted 12-10 Wednesday to endorse legislation that would force approval of Keystone XL, a mostly symbolic action that will do little to put the pipeline in the ground but could help the panel’s Democratic chairwoman, Mary Landrieu, in her reelection bid.  More »
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Shell to sell shares in US pipeline unit amid energy boom

Royal Dutch Shell Plc will sell shares in a U.S. pipeline business in the second half of this year as Europe’s largest oil company takes advantage of investor appetite for North America’s energy infrastructure.  More »
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Oil price creeps toward danger point for global economy

A spike in the price of crude historically has foreshadowed economic slumps and economists are worrying anew after the price touched its highest in nine months, above $113 a barrel, amid fresh violence in Iraq,  More »
An abandoned watchtower and lines of barbed wire are seen surrounding Iraq's largest oil refinery as smoke rises from a petroleum gas flare, in the city of Beiji, north of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev, File)

Insurgents capture largest Iraq oil refinery

Abhishek Deshpande, oil markets analyst at Natixis, discusses the capture of Iraq’s largest oil refinery by ISIL insurgents and how it impacts oil production in Iraq and the global oil market.  More »
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Bizarre sea creature caught on Gulf rig camera (video)

Scientists believe they have identified the strange creature spotted on footage from an underwater oil rig camera in the Gulf of Mexico.  More »
A Gunnison Sage Grouse. (AP Photo/Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Dave Showalter)

Threatened bird leads feds to block some drilling

The federal government is declaring more than 400,000 acres in Colorado and Utah off-limits to energy exploration to protect a little-known bird.  More »
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