Editorial: Discussing Kyoto
Both sides of the question about responses to global warming have reason to cheer an agreement reached Dec.
CERA: Crude oil production capacity to grow 25% in 10 years
Not only is the world not running out of oil soon, but widespread development of unconventional resources will boost global crude production capacity by 25% in the next 10 years, a representative of Cambridge Energy Research Associates told a US House of Representatives subcommittee hearing.
Company News: ConocoPhillips to buy Burlington Resources
ConocoPhillips plans to acquire Burlington Resources Inc. for $35.
IEA: Hydrogen fuel, fuel cells for transport face costly hurdles
Hydrogen fuel and fuel cell technologies remain costly ways to mitigate emissions of carbon dioxide and bolster energy security, according to a new report the International Energy Agency.
Industry, government address MODU reliability issues
Offshore oil and gas producers and drilling contractors are advancing their work with the federal government to address mooring reliability issues raised by recent Gulf of Mexico hurricanes.
Lawmakers: US should prepare for global oil flow peak
While there is disagreement about when world crude oil production will hit its peak, the US should begin preparing for it now, two US House members told an Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing on Dec.
Oil reconstruction in Iraq: progress and challenges
The Iraqi oil industry, with the world’s second largest conventional crude oil reserves, is the most critical link to reestablishing the country as a major economy in the Persian Gulf.
PERSONNEL MOVES AND PROMOTIONS: Gulfport Energy appoints new chief executive
Gulfport Energy Corp. has hired James D.
Watching Government: AGA pushing for gas supply
Natural gas utilities haven’t always agreed with producers on energy priorities.
Watching the World: Irish gas line fight roars on
Back in Ireland, they’re still battling over a proposed pipeline from Royal Dutch Shell PLC’s Corrib offshore gas fields.