Two years after the BP oil spill, drilling in the US Gulf of Mexico is growing again. It may soon reach the levels that it was at before the spill, according to OilPrice.com.
Royal Dutch Shell has placed an order for the first ever floating liquified natural gas plant, according to OilPrice.com.
Drivers in North America are now competing with the rest of the world for cheap American crude oil, Schaefer writes. The result? High gas prices.
A reservoir of oil just 45 miles off the Irish coast is estimated to contain more than a billion barrels. The potential extraction of this oil has come at a perfect time for Ireland’s struggling economy, Burgess writes.
A new report by Airbus looks at how aircraft can be more sustainable, and how ground operations can save on energy, according to OilPrice.com.
Faced with a glutted market for its liquefied natural gas, Qatar eyes development of Syrian gas fields as a huge opportunity, if Assad can be forced from power.
Halliburton Co. has reached out to the National Guard for help in the search for a seven-inch radioactive rod used in the drilling of natural gas wells, according to Oilprice.com. Workers lost the device earlier this week in southwestern Texas.
The Middle East fallout of an Israeli military strike against Iranian nuclear facilities are too great for the United States to bear.
Post-Gaddafi Libya may have the mirage of stability. But for Western oil firms – and other Western interests – al-Qaeda and other jihadists pose a threat.
The technology of fracking is moving so fast that the process is becoming cheaper and cleaner. But the industry and the public are talking past each other.
Romney energy plan wants to open federal lands to drill onshore and US waters to drill offshore, but gives short shrift to renewable energy and ignores fuel efficiency, carbon-dioxide emissions, and climate change. Part 1 of a three-part series on the Romney energy plan.
Europe wants to escape Gazprom's stranglehold by diversifying into shale gas. But Gazprom is throwing up obstacles.
Renewable energy is a potential solution in Iran's nuclear standoff with the West. Iran's Ahmadinejad is already investing in new renewable energy projects.
In an interview, energy economist James Hamilton reveals how demand for oil keeps outstripping production, even with new shale oil supply coming from the United States.