A newly streamlined ConocoPhillips ConocoPhillips Latest from The Business Journals Tropical Storm Debby threatens Gulf oil, gas productionChesapeake gets new chairman, directors per investors’ requestChesapeake Energy names former Conoco CEO chairman, appoints new board members Follow this company will spend $15 billion per year for the next five years as the Houston-based company grows its reserves throughout the world, Ryan Lance told shareholders at his first annual shareholders meeting as chairman and CEO May 9.
While there’s no shortage of conferences in the Bayou City that focus on energy, most are highly specialized. But a new conference expected to gather this fall is designed to bring all the elements of energy together.
Krauthammer: Shedding some light on a failing energy policy
Yes, of course, presidents have no direct control over gas prices. But the American people know something about this president and his disdain for oil. The "fuel of the past," he contemptuously calls it. To the American worker who doesn't commute by government motorcade and is getting fleeced every week at the pump, oil seems very much a fuel of the present - and of the foreseeable future.
Report says EPA rules a threat to hydraulic fracturing
WASHINGTON - Proposed federal regulations on emissions from oil and gas production could cause unconventional drilling operations to drop over the next several years, the American Petroleum Institute said.
SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) — Federal environmental regulators said Thursday that well water testing at 11 homes in a northeastern Pennsylvania village where a gas driller was accused of polluting the aquifer failed to show elevated levels of contamination.
(Reuters) - Argentina will take legal action against any companies involved in oil exploration off the disputed Falkland Islands as part of a drive to pressure Britain into sovereignty talks, the foreign minister said on Thursday.
Faulty wells, not fracking, responsible for water contamination
The unconventional oil and gas sector has been hounded by concerns about the safety and environmental impact of standard practices like hydraulic fracturing, but recent evidence suggests that some of the most notable complaints might be off the mark.
Cabot Joins Williams to Move Marcellus Gas to New York
Feb. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. and Williams Partners LP will join forces on a new pipeline to move at least 500 million cubic feet of natural gas a day from Pennsylvania to higher-priced markets in New York and New England.