Big Oil's Hired Hands Chase Foreign Boom as U.S. Shale Moderates
Oil Majors Offload Gulf of Mexico Fields to Hunt Bigger Finds
Power to the Permian? Spotty at Best, Outrun by a Fracking Boom
Deepwater Oil Rigs on Brink of Recovery After Years in Doldrums
Transocean May Reactivate 3 Rigs a Year as Recovery Takes Hold
Drowning in Dirty Water, Permian Seeks a $22 Billion Lifeline
Fracking Robots in the Works as Halliburton Digitizes Oil Field
The recovery in the oil industry is attracting some of the most recognized billionaires in money management.
Halliburton Falls as Profit Disappoints Amid Demand Recovery
Schlumberger and Baker Hughes Cruise Oil Exploration ‘Upcycle’
Oil's Hired Hands Are Looking Beyond Shale to an Overseas Boomlet
Worthless Just Two Years Ago, West Texas Sand Now Brings in Billions
Halliburton Workers Harassed Muslim Employees, U.S. Suit Says
Oil Explorers Expand Drilling in U.S. Fields Amid $66 Crude
Weatherford Is Said to Plan Sale of Laboratories Business
Oil Explorers Hungry for ‘Super-Spec’ Rigs Expand U.S. Drilling
More than $1 billion a day. That’s the price tag for Permian Basin pipeline crunch affecting investors and drillers.
Shale Country Dangles 100% Pay Raises as Labor Market Runs Dry
Shale's Big Boost Won't Bust the Budget, Drillers Tell Investors
The world’s biggest oilfield service companies have a message for investors: There’s a payoff for patience.
In Trump's Texas, `Artificially Very High' Oil Is a Job Booster