Editorial: The Kyoto alternative
The best thing about a new approach to climate change is that it’s a new approach.
CNOOC withdraws bid for Unocal, citing politics
CNOOC has withdrawn its offer for Unocal Corp., citing politics as the reason for ending a bidding contest between itself and Chevron Corp.
Devon, EOG show Barnett shale has momentum
Reports from two key operators in the Barnett shale of North Texas show the play has strong momentum.
Energy bill effects begin as refiner exits MTBE business
The most ambitious federal energy legislation in decades began to have an impact less than a week after its passage by Congress and before President George W.
Kinder Morgan to buy Terasen in $5.6 billion deal
Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI), Houston, will acquire Terasen Inc.
Occidental to resume Libyan operations it had to leave in 1986
Occidental Petroleum Corp. will be the first US-based oil and gas producer to resume operations in Libya, company officials said.
Targa buying Dynegy midstream assets
Dynegy Inc., Houston, signed a definitive agreement to sell its midstream natural gas business for nearly $2.
Upstream employment rises with exploration
The number of US jobs related to oil and gas production, drilling, and services rose 7.
Watching the World: Whales delay Sakhalin II
It’s those whales again. The last time we talked about the Sakhalin-II project, plans called for the installation of the PA-B platform while a new pipeline route would bypass a breeding ground for 100 Pacific gray whales (OGJ, Apr.