Editorial: The Teamsters and ANWR
Whatever happens in the US Senate over oil and gas leasing of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge coastal plain, environmentalism's political foundation has shifted. For the oil and gas industry, the development is most welcome.
US oil, gas companies' second quarter, first half 2001 earnings jump
With few exceptions, second quarter and first half earnings showed impressive gains for the US oil and gas industry.
Independents use hedging more to lock in high gas prices
US independent oil and gas companies have responded to the recent spikes and increased volatility in oil and natural gas prices by stepping up the practice of price hedging to shore up earnings and capital spending.
Tax cuts, price and production gains fuel robust Canadian earnings
Canadian oil and gas firms announced robust year-on-year second quarter and first half earnings, primarily the upshot of strong natural gas prices and increased production volumes.
Watching Government: Iraq again
Eleven years after Iraq invaded Kuwait, Saddam Hussein continues to complicate world oil markets and governments.
Andersen: E&P spending to keep climbing in US, Canada
Exploration and development drilling activity in the US and Canada likely will continue increasing into 2002, barring a large drop in commodity oil and gas prices for an extended period, said executives at Andersen-the industry consulting firm formerly known as Arthur Andersen.