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Many forgave Hugo Chávez for his economic blunders but such generosity is unlikely to be shown towards the next leader. By Benedict Mander
Houston has a new billionaire thanks to the Eagle Ford Shale. Here’s the story from FuelFix: “Daniel Harrison III, a 65-year-old Texas oil and gas heir, ranks No. 1,268 out of 1,426 on the list of the world’s billionaires, released Monday by Forbes. The business magazine calculates his net worth at $1.1 billion. “The accompanying [...]
Siemens is featuring its Subsea Power Grid technology at the Subsea Tieback Forum & Exhibition currently being held at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas.
The reports from the Fed’s latest Beige Book survey confirm the economy may be strong enough to absorb the end of a payroll tax holiday, but is still threatened by spending cuts
Daniel Akerson is all too aware of the fact that someone people will never forgive General Motors for the government bailout that kept it in business, but the automaker’s chief executive is once again calling on the government for help.
Clearly, the government has the power to get the country over the hump on natural gas vehicle demand. The question is whether the public will tolerate more government intervention that benefits the automakers.
Brussels punished Microsoft for failing to give at least 15m consumers a choice of web browser – a violation of a voluntary antitrust pact
Promoters of Jakarta concert, which was cancelled last year following threats from extremists, say insurers refuse to pay out on terrorism policies
Will BP ever examine the cultural causes of its operating failures, or will management continue to get a pass? How it address that issue has a lot to do with the credibility of BP’s story going forward.
Williams Cos. and Boardwalk Pipeline Partners LP agreed to develop a pipeline to carry natural gas liquids from booming shale formations in the U.S. Northeast to customers on the Gulf Coast.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’ death isn’t expected to have a short-term impact on Gulf Coast refiners, but if there is a policy shift under his successor increased production could be a welcome benefit, analysts say.
The head of Germany’s largest oil and gas producer painted a dour scenario for delegates at IHS CERAWeek on Wednesday, saying the country’s dream of clean power and fears surrounding drilling are constraining its energy supply.
Mr Kenyatta’s initial lead – after 43 per cent of the vote had been electronically tallied – has been frozen on large screens for nearly 24 hours
The Cross Group is highlighting the capabilities of its CROSS 3.0 riserless operated subsea system at the Subsea Tieback Exhibition & Forum currently under way in San Antonio, Texas.
Defence sector computer programmer in a small US town is one of the first victims of the across-the-board reductions in public spending