Tom Steyer, former hedge fund head, is not your usual activist fighting against climate change.
A North Dakota senator is citing an industry-backed study to push approval of the Keystone XL pipeline.
It's been 40 years since the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, or SPR, a massive volume of crude oil being stored on the Gulf coast, was a gleam in the government's eye.
The Keystone pipeline would focus on Canada-to-Gulf of Mexico transport - only a portion of the U.S. oil transportation system.
The Maritime Industry Has Profited From The US Oil Revolution By Building New Domestic Tankers To Move Crude Oil
The maritime industry is profiting from the current U.S. oil boom as more tankers are needed to transport crude domestically.
TransCanada (TRP) Unveiled Plans To Build The Energy East Pipeline That Will Bring Crude East From Alberta
As the Keystone XL pipeline is delayed TransCanada looks east in moving its crude oil from Alberta.
Canadian Natural Resource (CNQ) Cannot Stop Oil Well Leaks Causing Environmental Damage: Alberta Energy Regulator
Birds, beavers and amphibians have died as a result of a series of oil leaks from underground wells in Alberta.
Protests In Tahrir Square And Subsequent Higher Oil Prices Due To Fears Of Oil Disruptions Are Bolstering Pipeline Activity In The Heart Of The US
Counterintuitively, an increase in American pipeline capacity, as well as unrest in Egypt and Syria, has caused U.S. oil prices to soar.
Crude oil running through refineries has increased steadily since early March, reaching 16.1 million barrels per day for the week ending July 5.
US Crude Oil Prices Surged 23% In The Past Three Months On Middle East Instability Plus New Access To US Oil Supplies Formerly 'Bottlenecked' In Oklahoma
U.S. oil production is soaring and the economic recovery has been moderate. So why are oil prices so stratospheric?
Brake-Related Freight Train Accidents Cause Serious Accidents, Even Though Freight Train Accidents Are On The Decline: Report
The report also shows that many railroad accidents happen when trains switch tracks.
Ottawa Residents Gathered To Protest A Proposed Eastward Bound Pipeline That Would Deliver 500,000 To 800,000 Barrels Of Oil A Day
Ottawa residents met Monday night to discuss the proposed pipeline that would transfer hundreds of thousands of oil eastward.
U.S. Justice Department Along With The State Of Alaska Have Repeatedly Failed To Collect Money From ExxonMobil Over Compensation For Oil Spill
The U.S. Justice Department and Alaska have failed repeatedly to collect money for a long-term recovery plan from Exxon Mobil.
China Is Looking To Nigeria For Crude Oil And Has Been Trying To Win Favor With The Nation By Investing In The West African Country
China looks to Nigeria for oil and in return invests in the West African country, seeking oil source diversification.
OPEC's latest monthly forecast shows growing demand for oil but shrinking demand for its own product.
Police say dozens of people in Quebec's small lakeside community are still missing after Saturday's massive rail accident.
An eastbound freight train with 72 carloads of crude oil, five locomotives and no engineer derailed and exploded in Quebec Saturday.
Crude oil prices reached a 14-month high, on the back of concerns about protests in Egypt.
Myanmar's Reform Government To Renegotiate Billions Of Dollars Of Resource Deals To Combat Corruption; Nation's Military And Chinese Companies May Take A Hit
The country's powerful military, and Chinese firms, may stand to lose the most from the planned renegotiations.
A new IEA report also said OPEC countries' crude oil supply rose in May to its highest level in seven months.
[MAP] Here’s Where We Know Extractable Shale Oil And Gas Deposits Exist In The World; The Latest List Nearly Doubles The Number Of Countries With Known Deposits
Did you know Pakistan has as much recoverable shale oil as Canada? The number of known shale deposits is growing.
Local officials are telling a woman in Chengdu to delete a White House petition bringing attention to a controversial petrochemical plant.
Earnings Preview: Ford Motor Company (F), Apple Inc. (AAPL), Starbucks Corporation (SBUX), Caterpillar Inc. (CAT), Qualcomm Inc. (QCOM)
Here’s a list of 83 companies set to report earnings April 22-26.
In its oil market report, OPEC cited renewed concern about the euro zone and Japanese economies.
Exxon Oil Spill: EPA's Official Photos Show Full Extent Of Damage From Pegasus Pipeline In Mayflower, Ark.
New images reveal the spill's impact on the neighborhood and environment.
GE Paying $3.3 Billion For Lufkin Industries, Oil Service Vendor, Extending Its Move Into Oil And Gas Business
With the purchase of Lufkin, GE has expanded its investments in the upstream oil and gas business.
Historically, more oil spills happen via train transport than via pipelines, according to a study.
Canada Eyes Tar Sands Oil Boom In A Project That Could Damage The Environment And Destroy Ecosystems
Canada is anticipating a vast increase in oil production as it continues to expand development of the tar sands in Alberta.
US To Produce More Crude Oil In 2013 Than It Imports: Department Of Energy's Energy Information Administration; Anadarko Petroleum Strikes Oil In Gulf Of Mexico
U.S. crude oil production is on track to exceed imports this year. Anadarko Petroleum is showing why.
With Chavez no longer running Venezuela, its once-mighty petroleum industry could be restored -- but only slowly.