Venezuela's new constitution gives rise to new legal issues on oil, gas investment
Whatever broader concerns may exist regarding the constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, investors in the Venezuelan oil and gas business may feel agreeably surprised.
Energy policy is finally getting the attention it needs in India.
OPEC sets automatic oil output adjustments
With oil prices dominating industry news in recent months, the continuing strength in US natural gas prices seems to be getting overlooked.
Anadarko, UPR to merge in $4.43 billion deal
Anadarko Petroleum Corp., Houston, signed a definitive agreement to merge with Union Pacific Resources Group Inc., Fort Worth, in an all-stock transaction valued at about $4.43 billion.
BP Amoco, TNK make peace, freeing Ex-Im loans
Russia's Tyumen Oil Co. and BP Amoco PLC have apparently resolved a dispute over ownership of a Russian oil firm, thus scuttling US government opposition to loans backing use of US technology in two major Russian projects.
Burgeoning gas demand to attract investment
Companies developing fuel cells and other technology aimed at increasing natural gas consumption will soon rival the "dot-com" internet companies as the sweetheart of investors, predicts Scott L. Campbell, president and a founding partner of Washington Policy & Analysis.