Political swing states are among those hardest hit as oil and gas employment continues to fall, analyst says.
DAPL is the largest oil pipeline running out of North Dakota’s Bakken shale basin and Native American tribes and environmental groups have long protested the line's construction.
Brazilian state-run oil company Petrobras has hired a new satellite service capable of reducing data transmission timing by 75% between the company’s platforms and command centers, it said in a securities filing on July 3.
TDI-Brooks was contracted by Coastal Environments Inc. and Gray & Pipe Inc., who received funding from NOAA’s Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, for this expedition on July 1.
According to the agreement the parties will collaborate in new ways while carrying out the work on Statfjord safely and efficiently.
Action removes a key obstacle to bringing Russian gas to Europe.
By using a new, uniquely fingerprinted form of nanoparticles, E&P operators can more efficiently determine the best producing stages from the nonproducing ones in an unconventional well.
Sasol was awarded the research license in 2005. In 2013 it abandoned the deepwater part of the license, retaining the shallow water allotment to assess its hydrocarbon potential.
Zero- and lightly levered private operators throughout U.S. oil basins are on the lookout to buy—and not just where they operate currently. These five producers—in Wyoming, Oklahoma, Colorado and South Texas—share their plans.
Earlier this year, Alberta had said it would invest $1.1 billion in Keystone XL and back TC Energy's $4.2 billion credit facility.
The deal reflects a strategic repositioning by Dominion Energy on its regulated utility operations, according to CEO Thomas F. Farrell II, and also follows the company’s decision to cancel the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Dominion Energy and Duke Energy on July 5 announced the cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline due to ongoing delays and increasing cost uncertainty which threatens the economic viability of the project.