Kinder Morgan Is Said to Weigh Sale of Carbon Dioxide Unit
Oil producers again boosted U.S. drilling this week despite the biggest quarterly drop in oil prices since 2014.
Fed Says Texas Job Growth Will Take Hit If the Oil Rout Drags On
Apple sparks worries that Austin’s getting too pricey for Texas.
Shale Explorers Boost Drilling Even After Oil Prices Collapse
After Anadarko and Harvard, Hackett to Lead Struggling Alta Mesa
Stonepeak Infrastructure Considering a Deal to Buy Tallgrass Energy
Jagged Peak Energy to Consider Expanding With Permian Acquisitions
Conoco Sees U.S. Shale Growth at 25% in 2019 Even as Oil Slides
‘This Too Shall End’: Loews CEO Sees Oil Back at $75 in Two Years
Hedge Fund Liquidates as Its Founder Blames OPEC for Losses
Keystone XL Pipe Cleared to Start Limited Pre-Construction Work
Keystone XL Eyes February Construction Start Despite Legal Woes
US and China are discussing the agenda for the meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit taking place at the end of November.
Natural gas soared the most in nine years as forecasts for lingering U.S. cold spurred concern that supplies may not be adequate.
Keystone XL's Decade-Long Slog Toward Reality Just Got Longer
Natural Gas Prices Plummet in Western Canada
British Columbia Gas Exports Yet to Recover After Pipe Rupture
Gas Deliveries Resuming as Cold Descends on British Columbia
Permian Pipeline to Temporarily Convert to Oil
Troubled $4.6 Billion Shale Pipe Hits New Snag on Court Order