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Tugboats pull an LNG tanker to Cheniere Energy's Sabine Pass terminal in 2008. (Nick De La Torre / Houston Chronicle)

Cheniere: Revoking high executive payout would be detrimental to company

Cheniere Energy and its executives asked a Delaware court late Monday to throw out a shareholder lawsuit that challenged $1.7 billion in stock awards, including most of CEO Charif Souki’s pay last year.  More »
Kurt Mix (center) arrives at the Hale Boggs Federal Building in New Orleans, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.  (AP Photo/Jonathan Bachman)

Feds want time to decide on retrial for former BP engineer

Prosecutors said Tuesday that deciding whether to appeal Duval’s order will take time and will require involvement of top Justice Department officials.  More »
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Adrian Wyld)

Canada OKs oil pipeline to the Pacific Coast

Prime Minister Stephen Harper has been a staunch supporter of Enbridge’s proposed Northern Gateway pipeline after the U.S. delayed a decision on TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline,  More »
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A pump jack pulls crude oil from the Bakken region of the Northern Plains near Bainville, Mont. (AP Photo/Matthew Brown)

North Dakota oil production surpasses 1 million barrels per day

North Dakota’s oil production surpassed 1 million barrels per day in April for the first time in history, according to preliminary state data released Tuesday.  More »
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BP wins first Defense deal since feds lifted contract ban

BP has secured its first contract with the government’s military arm since the Obama Administration lifted the debarment from federal contracts in March.  More »
A member of the Iraqi navy stands guard while an oil tanker loads crude oil at Iraq's Al-Basra Offshore Terminal in Iraq. (AP Photo/Nabil al-Jurani, File)

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 »
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Private equity firm adds $2.5B to energy infrastructure funding

First Reserve has closed on a $2.5 billion fund to back energy infrastructure, more than doubling the capital it had gathered to inject into pipeline, storage and liquefied natural gas projects.  More »
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IEA: Unconventional oil revolution to spread beyond North America by 2019

The surge in oil and production from unconventional sources will likely spread beyond North America by the end of the decade, according to a study published Tuesday by the International Energy Agency.  More »
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Southcross-TexStar deal focuses on Eagle Ford midstream

Southcross Energy LLC is buying a large part of TexStar Midstream Services – a midstream combination that will include 3,700 miles of pipeline, four processing plants and three fractionation facilities in the Eagle Ford Shale region.  More »
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Gasoline at US pumps set to hit six-year seasonal high

Gasoline in the U.S. climbed this week, boosted by a surge in oil, and is expected to reach the highest level for this time of year since 2008.  More »
Drill pipe sections lie stored near an oil derrick operated by Salym Petroleum in Salym, Russia. Through its existing oilfields, Russia is the world’s largest producer of crude, with daily output of 10 million barrels a day last year, according to the EIA. (Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg)

Russia needs US tech to unlock $8.2 trillion oil trove

Russia will require Western companies to provide the modern drilling and production gear — and techniques such as hydraulic fracturing — that are essential to unlocking its $8.2 trillion worth of barrels still underground.  More »
The "Norman Lady" delivers liquefied natural gas to the Dominion Natural Gas Plant's offshore docking facility in Cove Point, Md., in 2003.  (AP Photo/ Matt Houston)

Manufacturers want more time on natural gas exports

A coalition of manufacturers and other industrial users of natural gas is asking the Obama administration for more time to review its latest plan for vetting proposals to sell the fossil fuel overseas.  More »
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