Three gas pipeline data systems confirm of a cyber attack.
`Cyber Attack' Shut Pipeline Data System, Energy Transfer Says
Oil Heads for Longest Losing Run in a Month as Glut Fears Arise
Oil Holds Above $65 as Easing Trade Tensions Offset Supply Fears
Brent held near $70/bbl after Saudi Arabia intercepted multiple ballistic missiles fired by Houthi forces in Yemen.
Crude prices were struggling to recover to their recent peaks in January as fears of a trade war.
Fears of too much oil bring short-selling back.
Trump Administration Must Open Keystone Documents or Say Why Not
Kelcy Warren’s pipeline business had a massive profit last year, thanks largely to President Donald Trump.
Kelcy Warren on $1 Billion Energy Transfer Deal: Fair to All
Oil drops as focus shifts to the U.S. inventory after market tumult.
Oil traded near the highest in two weeks as OPEC concluded the market’s journey toward equilibrium is gaining speed.
Oil started 2018 with its best month in more than a decade, but YTD gains were wiped out in last week’s rout.
Keystone Foes Challenge Trump's Approval in Saga's Latest Twist
Oil’s rally is unraveling on fears over a rise in U.S. production.
Landowners, Frackers in Tense Faceoff in Wake of Colorado Blast
Keystone XL Pipeline Gets Enough Shipper Pledges to Proceed
T. Boone Pickens, Raider-Turned-Wildcatter, Shuts Main Fund
Recharged Shale Boom in 2018 Still Faces Shortage of Frackers
Oil retreated from its highest closing price in three years as gains driven by a plunge in U.S. stockpiles melted.
Expectations of U.S. crude stockpiles declining push oil prices higher.