Margin pressure at refineries.
Circumstances leading to the injury not released.
Since the mid-1970s and until today the US held the world’s largest net oil importer position.
Companies trying to secure a price on the 15.4 billion barrels of crude oil underneath the Monterey Shale.
The oil and gas game can be a tricky one for junior companies, but if played right the pay-off can be massive.
Gasoline is currently underpriced by 20 cents.
20,000 investors bilked out of a accumulated $30 million.
SOTU is front-loaded.
Report shows Canadian taxpayers could be on the hook for a massive environmental cleanup bill in the event of an offshore oil leak.
Condensate prices in Canada are soaring—now sitting some $14/barrel ABOVE WTI—making it the most valuable Canadian energy product.
All eyes are on Israel, Turkey, and Algeria.
29% of the natural gas that is just flared off.
Energy Information Administration's prediction based on growth of hydraulic fracturing in states like North Dakota and Texas.
We must find and bring into production the equivalent of five new Saudi Arabias between now and 2030
Despite anti-fracking groups, the U.S. expects close to $90 billion worth of investments related to shale gas in 2013
North Dakota oil field produces 730,000 bpd but challenges remain to reach 1M
Groundwater leaks from shore into the ocean floor itself and experts are trying to figure out the implications of this for the supply of fresh water on land and aquatic life.
In September 2011, British Columbia Premier Christy Clark laid out an agenda to spur job creation in the province. As part of her plan, she promised 17 new or expanded mines in BC by 2015. However, a recent decision to …
Leaked fluid from fracking activities polluted groundwater after a “serious” incident at a well site near Grande Prairie, a city in the northwestern part of the Canadian province of Alberta, in September 2011.
"I fully support this deal"
Analysts still puzzled by Canada's investment rules
As analysts predicted, UK Chancellor George Osborne used his Autumn Statement Wednesday to announce tax breaks and the creation of a government office to simplify regulation of the unconventional gas sector.
No water for you
But petroleum products are up a whopping 44.1% from last year.
Producing oil and gas without water is impossible
New tests of water nearby natural-gas-drilling sites in Pavillion, Wyoming, shows toxins similar to the ones found last year that are linked to hydraulic fracturing —or fracking—, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
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