Canadian pipeline operator Enbridge Inc. has to halt Line 5 operations and disclose information related to the recent damage caused to a part of the oil pipeline, a Michigan circuit court judge ordered on June 25.
The drive marks the third try in four years to tighten oil and gas drilling regulations in Colorado, which is the fifth largest oil-producing U.S. state.
Ian Telfer, who in 2014 founded Canadian-based Renaissance Oil, noted that earlier this week the company announced it would begin to diversify away from Mexico's energy sector.
COVID-19 has heightened the importance of drones, forcing a look into reform in regulations around the technology.
U.S. senators revealed a bill on June 4 expanding sanctions on Russia’s Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline and targeting the project Washington says will boost Moscow’s economic and political influence in Germany and other European countries.
Boosting its advocacy powers during these historic times, the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers has named Jason Modglin as its new president, the company said on June 2.
The order was the latest legal blow to U.S. President Donald Trump's effort to increase oil and gas production on federal lands by rolling back environmental regulation.
Another drawdown in U.S. crude stockpiles in official weekly data to be released on May 20 could support oil prices more, said John Kilduff, a partner at Again Capital Management in New York.
Among those receiving loans, but which had not disclosed whether they would return the funds as of May 18, were exploration firms Amplify Energy and Battalion Oil.