Ex-BP Officer Becomes Energy Institute Chief Exec
Nick Wayth has been appointed the new chief executive of the Energy Institute, the global professional body's president, Steve Holliday, has announced.
Exec Says Carbon Tax Bad for Oil and Gas Industry
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Baker Hughes USA Rig Count Rises
The USA oil rig count held steady.
Oil Futures Show Biggest Loss in Weeks
Oil posted its worst week in three.
Tribal Advocate Says USA Won't Shut DAP
A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers official has told tribal advocates it doesn't plan to announce a shutdown of Energy Transfer LP's Dakota Access oil pipeline during a key court hearing planned for later on Friday.
Oil Fluctuates as Saudis Confident on OPEC+ Hike
Oil switched between gains and losses after Saudi Arabia said it was confident that OPEC+ was right in agreeing to raise output.
Californians May Soon Pay $4 for Gasoline
Californian drivers are edging closer to paying $4 for a gallon of gasoline with the state open for business again and Governor Gavin Newsom planning for a summer with almost no restrictions.
Hess Sells Bakken Stakes
Hess Corporation (NYSE: HES) has entered into an agreement to sell its Little Knife and Murphy Creek acreage interests in the Bakken.
Ithaca Sanctions Captain EOR Stage 2
Ithaca Energy has announced the sanction of the Captain Enhanced Oil Recovery Stage 2 project in the UK Central North Sea.