The Biden administration’s decision to pause permitting of LNG projects has damaged the U.S.’ reputation in ways impossible to calculate.
TG Natural Resources rides the LNG wave with Rockcliff deal amid shale consolidation boom.
TG Natural Resources rides the LNG wave with its Rockcliff deal amid a shale consolidation boom.
The oil industry does not come off well in the movies and the public can miss the big picture.
Aramco’s KASHF robot, expected to deploy in 2025, will be able to operate in both vertical and horizontal segments of wellbores.
In a world rattled by instability, his company offers a measure of energy security to natural gas users via its fleet of floating storage and regasification units.
Export demand drives a record fourth quarter as companies including Enterprise Products Partners, MPLX and Williams look to expand in the NGL market.
Industry leaders worry that the DOE’s suspension of approvals for LNG projects will persuade global customers to seek other suppliers, wreaking havoc on energy security.
The tie-up between Diamondback Energy and Endeavor Energy—two of the Permian’s top oil producers—is expected to create a new “super-independent” E&P with a market value north of $50 billion.
ESG champion BlackRock is paring, while Exxon Mobil’s growing. Today, ESG is just table stakes.
Even though demand is the bigger weight on traders’ minds right now, Red Sea attacks and the U.S.’ “shadow war” with Iran still have the potential to impact the global oil supply, and consequently, prices.
East Daley Analytics expects the $17 billion Chesapeake and Southwestern merger to shift the risk and reward outlook for several midstream services providers.
Ongoing U.S. tensions with China and Russia offer Vietnam an opportunity to boost economic ties with the former if American investors can steer past geopolitical smokescreens and destine funds for infrastructure, power and LNG projects all somewhat tied to Vietnam’s manufacturing sector.
Weakening economic outlooks overpower geopolitical risks in oil pricing.
A Vistra Corp. chief, ERCOT’s vice chairman and a private investor talk about what’s really happening on the U.S. grid, and it’s not just a Texas thing.
Petrie Partners may not be the biggest or flashiest investment bank on the block, but after over two decades, its executives have been around the block more than most.
In this OGInterview, Hart Energy's Chris Mathews sat down with Petrie Partners—perhaps not the biggest or flashiest investment bank around, but after over two decades, the firm has been around the block more than most.
Proposed rules for the 45V hydrogen production tax credit leave blue hydrogen up in the air, but producers planning to use natural gas with carbon capture and storage have options.
Can new designs, automation and aerospace inspiration boost drilling results?