Russian President Vladimir Putin is counting on Exxon Mobil to help drill oil fields in Siberia that may hold almost half the proved reserves of the United States, extending the petroleum boom that underpins his power. More »
Chevron Corp., the second-largest U.S. energy company, agreed to sell a 10 percent stake in its $29 billion Wheatstone liquefied natural gas project to a group that includes Tokyo Electric Power Co. More »
Gas drilling-related companies spilled oils, gases or chemicals about 134 times onto land and into water across Pennsylvania since Jan. 1, 2011, but the state rarely, if ever, notified the public. More »
A California-based solar panel manufacturer that received a half-billion dollar loan from the federal government before filing for bankruptcy protection is close to filing a proposal for what to do next. More »
The number of oversize and overweight trucks using county roads and bridges in North Dakota’s oil patch has more than doubled in three years, and while counties are collecting millions of dollars in permit fees, officials say the money isn’t enough or even earmarked for road maintenance. More »
ATP Oil & Gas Corp. sued the U.S. government for suspending offshore drilling after the 2010 Gulf of Mexico rig explosion and oil spill, alleging the moratorium cost the company more than $68 million. More »
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