BISMARCK, N.D.— A pipeline that ruptured recently in North Dakota and spilled nearly 3 million gallons of saltwater produced during oil drilling wasn't inspected by the state before being installed, according to state regulators. Alison Ritter, a spokeswoman for the North Dakota Industrial Commission, which oversees the state's oil and gas industry, said...» Read More
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The oil and gas revolution sweeping the U.S. appears to exerting a halo effect on stocks in key industries, and not just those in the energy sector.
Cyprus has found itself right in the middle of a geopolitical game in which its gas potential is a tool in a showdown between Russia and the European Union.
The split between oil king Harold Hamm and his wife could required him to sell a large number of shares or give her shares that she might then sell.
Carl Sheldon, CEO of TAQA, tells CNBC his strategy for playing the African growth story in the coming years.
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Sharing his "golden rules" to break America's dependence on foreign oil, with Boone Pickens, founder of BP Capital.
Not everyone shared the same optimistic sentiments of safety that Iranian President felt after the deployment of a new warship into the Caspian Sea.
Scott Darling, Head of Oil & Gas Sector Research at Barclays gives his top picks in China's oil & gas sector and warns that the nation's shale gas revolution might be running late by almost a decade.
Right now, China's energy-hungry economy appears more important to oil markets than instability in crude-producing countries. Yet analysts say the world's second-largest economy has less pull on market prices than it did even a few short years ago.
Unfortunately for many consumers, the price savings from the growing U.S. energy boom have yet to materialize in the place it could have the most impact: the gas pump.
Americans may believe North Korea has threatened to attack without provocation, but the U.S. and its allies have been doing some offensive posturing, Jen Alic writes in Oilprice.com.
China's plans to unlock what could be the world's biggest shale gas reserves risk running further off track after 16 firms recently awarded exploration rights lacked one core skill - not one has drilled a gas well before.
Natural gas is abundant, clean and far cheaper than diesel. That has transportation industries looking for ways to kick their dependence on dirtier fossil fuels.
Newly discovered oil off the Lebanese coast has foreign militaries playing 'Battle Ship,' as they beef up their naval presence in the area.
Carl Icahn is gearing up for another fight, saying Monday that Transocean's dividend payment recommendation of $2.25 a share is "too little, too late."
Hess will exit its retail, energy marketing, and energy trading businesses following pressure from an activist investor to break up the company.
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Tom Bergin, Author of Spills and Spin, tells CNBC that the BP pay-out to the US government is the worst case scenario according to what analysts had previously envisaged.