Shell said on Thursday it was reviewing its business interests in New Zealand as it seeks to streamline its portfolio amid a slump in energy prices.
Energy infrastructure MLPs are improving cash flow and paying out attractive dividends, Rob Thummel said.
After years of strong employment gains that outpaced total private sector growth, the energy sector is now the biggest job cutter of 2015.
Enrollment in petroleum engineering degree programs appears set to fall, raising concerns about a talent drought in future oilfield crews.
Dealmaking in America's oil patch has slowed to a trickle, while organized restructurings have ticked up among drillers.
There are great benefits to developing the Arctic's amazing wealth of resources, if done carefully, according to Iceland's president.
Nearly $43 million of U.S. taxpayers' money was spent on building a gas station in Afghanistan. NBC News reports.
Italian energy group Eni said it had discovered potentially one of the world's largest natural-gas fields off the Egyptian coast.
Stephen Gengaro, oil services analyst at Sterne Agee, discusses the $14.8 billion acquisition of drilling equipment maker Cameron International by oil services provider Schlumberger.
A Schlumberger-Cameron International deal may bring about an oil industry breakthrough.
Chevron earnings fell well below expectations Friday, raising new questions about shareholder returns at a time when oil prices are sliding again.
International energy, financial and manufacturing firms all stand to gain from lifted Iranian sanctions.
Lower oil prices could exacerbate potential labor shortages in the energy industry, according to The Times-Picayune.
Blackstone Group has strengthened its ties to Nigeria, the West African country where it could put big money to work.
Technology made the US oil shale boom. New technology may allow oil giants Saudi Arabia and Norway to become the next fracking boomers.
U.S. oil inventory and capex falls may boost prices modestly near term, but production growth is still too strong for substantial gains, Goldman said.
The energy industry's failure to use the data it collects means it's not as efficient as it could be, leaving money on the table.
With oil's price collapse, we can now declare that OPEC's reign as king of the market is over.
Oil supply running ahead of demand hasn't just pressured prices, it's also filling up storage space, potentially pushing crude toward another leg down.
Activist hedge funds are buying stakes in North American oil and gas producers whose stocks have fallen because of the collapse of energy prices.