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
Explorers Crank Rig Count Higher as U.S. Crude Supplies Dwindle
Rig Count Rises in U.S. as OPEC Approaches Goal to Bust Oil Glut
Oil-Services Investors Yawn at Latest U.S. Sanctions on Russia
Drillers Hike Up Rig Activity Again as Crude Production Soars
Deepwater Oil Starting to Hold Its Own With Shale, Chevron Says
A battle for big data is brewing in the oil patch.
Cenovus CEO Optimistic Rail Will Help Clear Canadian Crude Glut
Bad news for OPEC: the epicenter of the shale boom is headed for record spending this year.
Jefferies Sees Continued Tumble in Global Oil M&A as Deals Die
Schlumberger CEO Gets $20.8 Million Pay as Oil Markets Rebound
Oklahoma Toughens Oil Fracking Rules as Shale Earthquakes Climb
Offshore Oil Recovery Beginning in World's Harshest Environments
Baker Hughes Surges as GE Says It's Keeping Stake Through Pact