Editorial: Why fuel prices are high
Unless economic weakness quickly turns into recession, gasoline prices in the US, which are already high, will rise during the summer driving season.
IEA, OPEC oil supply forecasts challenged
In the global petroleum industry, many major organizations tackle the job of forecasting future oil supplies.
IEA, industry meetings intended to improve data reporting
The International Energy Agency and oil industry officials plan a series of meetings designed to improve statistics gathering and reporting.
Watching the World: Russia's running PSA tribulations
sThe red thread running through the presentations made by western oil companies at the recent Russian Economic Forum in London spelled out three letters: PSA.
Capital markets favorable for oil, gas firms
All types of capital markets are now favorable for oil and gas companies, say capital providers, noting that financially robust companies are reducing debt, thus increasing the availability of capital for other companies.
Watching Government: Blood and oil
In politics, is blood thicker than oil?
US reserve values rise as acquisition activity declines
US reserve values rose in the second half of 2000, despite the slow pace of merger and acquisition (M&A) activity, according to Cornerstone Ventures LP's latest report.
COMPANY NEWS: Oil and gas firms make earnings, production gains
A number of major oil and gas companies, while amassing even greater size through recent mergers, continue to boast gains in both earnings and production volumes this year.
PERSONNEL MOVES AND PROMOTIONS: Former NTSB head to act as safety advisor for Colonial Pipeline
Former National Transportation Safety Board member and Chairman Jim Hall has been appointed by Colonial Pipeline Co., Atlanta, to serve in an advisory capacity on issues of safety and environmental protection.