• 1 day PDVSA Booted From Caribbean Terminal Over Unpaid Bills
  • 1 day Russia Warns Ukraine Against Recovering Oil Off The Coast Of Crimea
  • 2 days Syrian Rebels Relinquish Control Of Major Gas Field
  • 2 days Schlumberger Warns Of Moderating Investment In North America
  • 2 days Oil Prices Set For Weekly Loss As Profit Taking Trumps Mideast Tensions
  • 2 days Energy Regulators Look To Guard Grid From Cyberattacks
  • 2 days Mexico Says OPEC Has Not Approached It For Deal Extension
  • 2 days New Video Game Targets Oil Infrastructure
  • 2 days Shell Restarts Bonny Light Exports
  • 2 days Russia’s Rosneft To Take Majority In Kurdish Oil Pipeline
  • 2 days Iraq Struggles To Replace Damaged Kirkuk Equipment As Output Falls
  • 2 days British Utility Companies Brace For Major Reforms
  • 3 days Montenegro A ‘Sweet Spot’ Of Untapped Oil, Gas In The Adriatic
  • 3 days Rosneft CEO: Rising U.S. Shale A Downside Risk To Oil Prices
  • 3 days Brazil Could Invite More Bids For Unsold Pre-Salt Oil Blocks
  • 3 days OPEC/Non-OPEC Seek Consensus On Deal Before Nov Summit
  • 3 days London Stock Exchange Boss Defends Push To Win Aramco IPO
  • 3 days Rosneft Signs $400M Deal With Kurdistan
  • 3 days Kinder Morgan Warns About Trans Mountain Delays
  • 3 days India, China, U.S., Complain Of Venezuelan Crude Oil Quality Issues
  • 3 days Kurdish Kirkuk-Ceyhan Crude Oil Flows Plunge To 225,000 Bpd
  • 4 days Russia, Saudis Team Up To Boost Fracking Tech
  • 4 days Conflicting News Spurs Doubt On Aramco IPO
  • 4 days Exxon Starts Production At New Refinery In Texas
  • 4 days Iraq Asks BP To Redevelop Kirkuk Oil Fields
  • 5 days Oil Prices Rise After U.S. API Reports Strong Crude Inventory Draw
  • 5 days Oil Gains Spur Growth In Canada’s Oil Cities
  • 5 days China To Take 5% Of Rosneft’s Output In New Deal
  • 5 days UAE Oil Giant Seeks Partnership For Possible IPO
  • 5 days Planting Trees Could Cut Emissions As Much As Quitting Oil
  • 5 days VW Fails To Secure Critical Commodity For EVs
  • 5 days Enbridge Pipeline Expansion Finally Approved
  • 5 days Iraqi Forces Seize Control Of North Oil Co Fields In Kirkuk
  • 5 days OPEC Oil Deal Compliance Falls To 86%
  • 6 days U.S. Oil Production To Increase in November As Rig Count Falls
  • 6 days Gazprom Neft Unhappy With OPEC-Russia Production Cut Deal
  • 6 days Disputed Venezuelan Vote Could Lead To More Sanctions, Clashes
  • 6 days EU Urges U.S. Congress To Protect Iran Nuclear Deal
  • 6 days Oil Rig Explosion In Louisiana Leaves 7 Injured, 1 Still Missing
  • 6 days Aramco Says No Plans To Shelve IPO
China Takes Aim At The Petrodollar

China Takes Aim At The Petrodollar

In a potentially disrupting move…

Rising OPEC Production Weighs On Oil Prices

Rising OPEC Production Weighs On Oil Prices

After seeing a slight drop…

Oil Prices Poised To Rise In Early 2018

Oil Prices Poised To Rise In Early 2018

A consistent fall in comparative…

Energy

Following New Energy Technologies - From Discovery to Widespread Adoption

Following New Energy Technologies - From Discovery to Widespread Adoption

May 11, 2012 at 09:18 | Post Carbon

Last week we talked about the possibility that researchers have found a second and potentially useful and inexpensive way of converting hydrogen into helium accompanied by a release of significant…

Why India is Ignoring U.S. Pressure and Continuing to Trade with Iran

Why India is Ignoring U.S. Pressure and Continuing to Trade with Iran

May 10, 2012 at 17:42 | Juan Cole

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in India on Monday that New Delhi can reduce its oil imports from Iran further, pressuring that country to fall in line with…

Chevron has Unveiled New Ship to Perform Dual Gradient Drilling

Chevron has Unveiled New Ship to Perform Dual Gradient Drilling

May 10, 2012 at 17:34 | Brian Westenhaus

Chevron is about to put the first deepwater drillship designed with the capacity to perform ‘dual gradient drilling’ to work. The ship is a Samsung 12000 design capable of…

How the Oil Industry has Deceived the US with the Promise of Energy Independence

How the Oil Industry has Deceived the US with the Promise of Energy Independence

May 09, 2012 at 19:47 | Kurt Cobb

Faced with increasing political obstacles to oil and natural gas exploration in many countries around the world, the oil industry is focusing again on the United States. The industry is…

Energy is a Global Commodity and Should Stay That Way

Energy is a Global Commodity and Should Stay That Way

May 09, 2012 at 19:33 | Daniel J. Graeber

A U.S. lawmaker called on the White House this week to eliminate what he said was a "disturbing connection" between U.S. energy demands and violence in the Middle East. New…

Taking a Second Look at the Southern Gas Corridor

Taking a Second Look at the Southern Gas Corridor

May 09, 2012 at 19:20 | Saltanat Berdikeeva

With Russia covering two-thirds of Europe’s gas needs, Europe’s buzzword du jour since the start of the recurring Russo-Ukrainian disputes in 2005 over prices, debt and supplies of natural gas…

Iran could Avoid Economic Blow of US Sanctions by Accepting Chinese Yuan

Iran could Avoid Economic Blow of US Sanctions by Accepting Chinese Yuan

May 08, 2012 at 19:37 | Daniel J. Graeber

The Iranian currency shuffle continued again this week as Tehran announced it would take the Chinese yuan as payment for crude oil deliveries from its trading partner in Beijing. While…

US Gas Pipelines under Cyber Attack, Says DHS

US Gas Pipelines under Cyber Attack, Says DHS

May 08, 2012 at 19:32 | Jen Alic

The Department of Homeland Security has issued an alert warning that computer networks connected to privately-owned natural gas pipelines are presently under cyber attack in an “intrusion campaign” that began…

Abundance of Methane Hydrates will Destroy the Oil Market

Abundance of Methane Hydrates will Destroy the Oil Market

May 08, 2012 at 19:29 | Brian Westenhaus

U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Steven Chu contributed a statement to an announced breakthrough in research into tapping the vast fuel resource of methane hydrates that could eventually…

An Economic Analysis of Fracking

An Economic Analysis of Fracking

May 07, 2012 at 23:36 | Ed Dolan

When people look at “fracking”—the production of natural gas through hydraulic fracturing techniques–they see different things. Critics see polluted wells, exploding houses, and earthquakes—an environmental disaster in the making. These…

Oilprice - The No. 1 Source for Oil & Energy News