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Algeria's government is under growing pressure to ease its much-criticized foreign energy investment laws following this month's BP warning it may delay important projects in the North African state's gas-rich south because of security concerns.
Oil and gas refining companies have seen solid growth this year. Companies are reporting earnings for the first quarter of this year...It has three separate divisions, including refining and marketing, midstream, and chemicals. Its midstream division
The onset of new fracking techniques has only accelerated the use of water by the energy industry. Fracking has also put a spotlight on the importance of the safe treatment of the water used to ensure environmental health...Formerly known as Heckmann,
Rival Chevron Corp. was off 0.2%, while shares of ConocoPhillips retreated 0.7%. Exxon is in exclusive talks with Houston-based InterOil Corp. to invest in InterOil's natural-gas assets in Papua New Guinea, according to a report on The Wall Street
Back in 2011 and 2012, natural gas was rapidly rising as a source of electricity in the U.S., displacing coal. In April 2012, the two sources were tied, each supply 32% of the America's energy. But environmentalists will be disappointed to hear that
File photo Gas price hike was being done "strictly in line with the formula proposed by Prime Minister appointed panel headed by his economic adviser C. Rangarajan" Strongly refuting allegations of favouring Reliance Industries, Oil Minister M...Mr.
Russian oil producer Gazprom Neft announced it conducted its first hydraulic fracturing campaign on the Yamal Peninsula at its Novoport field. "A total of five hydraulic fracturing operations were performed at four wells, including single hydraulic
Developers proposing a $7 billion plant to export natural gas from the Rockies and Canada to Asia filed a formal application this week with federal regulators. The plant at the Coos Bay port in Oregon would chill gas for shipment as a liquid. It
The International Energy Agency said Friday that Germany must shield its consumers from paying too much of the cost of its ambitious switch from nuclear power and fossil fuels toward renewable energy. The IEA also said Europe's biggest economy should
The document also states that in 2013 natural gas production is planned in the amount of 22.049 billion cubic meters.