Major gas finds in Mozambique and Tanzania in particular could spur an East African boom, if countries can overcome production challenges.
US Oil Boom 2014: US Railroads Are Moving Greater Volumes Of Crude Oil This Year Amid Bakken Drilling Boom
Oil companies are increasingly leaning on railroads to ship crude as pipeline capacity fails to keep up with demand.
Infighting between Islamist militias, which control parts of Libya, has raised fears of the violence spilling into neighboring countries.
ISIS, which took advantage of Western technology to spread the James Foley video, appears to have drone capabilities.
Keystone XL Pipeline: Enbridge Inc. To Pump More Canadian Oil To United States Amid Obama's Keystone XL Pipeline Decision Delay
Calgary pipeline company Enbridge has at least two projects underway to boost tar sands oil shipments.
The price of crude oil is still trading under $100 per barrel despite the US bombing of Iraq.
Mexico oil reform is one step closer after President Enrique Peña Nieto got Mexico Congress' energy bill passed, ending the Pemex monopoly.
The United Kalavrvta tanker, carrying some 1 million barrels of crude worth about $100 million, arrived off the coast of Texas on Saturday but has yet to unload its disputed cargo.
Norfolk Southern's lawsuit is believed to be the first time a rail company has gone to court to keep information about its routes confidential.
US Oil Refineries Running At Record Levels Amid Domestic Supply Boom, But Pump Prices Will Still Hurt
But all that extra gasoline and diesel won't lower the price you pay because much of it is being sold overseas.
The South Portland City Council is expected to approve a ban on exports of Canadian tar sands crude.
The Libyan economy is in trouble, given recent violence and with oil revenue in the control of militias.
A Russian recession could result should the West adopt sectoral sanctions over Ukraine, but it would not be “dramatic,” Alexei Ulyukayev says.
Turkey's energy minister said the Kurdish oil is "entirely legitimate."
U.S. oil and gas drillers are buying more 'frac' sand to drill deeper wells, and investors are reaping sky-high profits.
Global oil analysts are closely watching Iraq. Here's why.
Iraqi Crisis Could Drive Oil Prices Up To Recession-Era Levels If Insurgents Expand South, Analysts Say
Global oil prices are rising and could soar further as insurgents in Iraq threaten southern oil fields and export facilities, analysts say.
OPEC, the group of major oil-producing countries, tried to allay concerns that oil output would not be enough to meet rising global demand in the second half of this year.
Non-OPEC oil supply is expected to tail off in a few years, and then OPEC supply will be needed.
BP Must Pay For Business Damages Linked To Gulf Coast Oil Disaster While It Awaits Appeal, Court Rules
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that BP must keep making payments for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill while it appeals a 2012 settlement.
Keystone XL Report Finds Higher Number of Railroad Deaths, Injuries Expected if Obama Rejects Pipeline
The US State Department on Friday said that oil-carrying rail cars could lead to more deaths than previously expected if the proposed Keystone XL pipeline is not built.
A new analysis estimates that lifting an oil export ban would add hundreds of millions of dollars in activity to many state economies.
The governor has declared a state of emergency.
In similar accidents in the U.S. companies have avoided prosecution.
Gian Marco Moratti, Italian Oil Magnate Who Does Business With Putin's Top Ally Igor Sechin, Says U.S. Sanctions “Just A Front”
The man who cut a deal with Putin’s right-hand man has no regrets -- and, like other European business people, a few fears.
Two rare tar volcanoes -- ocean-floor vents that spout asphalt instead of lava -- were discovered at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico.
Libya is a major supplier of oil for Mediterranean refineries, and sustained oil exports from the country should lower Brent crude prices.
Federal regulators are pressuring the oil-shipping industry to investigate Bakken crude, which could be more volatile than ordinary crude.
David Bird, an energy reporter for the Wall Street Journal, disappeared from his New Jersey home more than two months ago.
As oil production in the U.S. continues to grow, so does the debate over whether or not to change a decades-old ban on most oil exports.