Nebraska landowners challenging the constitutionality of state laws dealing with the Keystone XL Pipeline will have to pin their hopes on Nebraska's lower district court, as its Supreme Court decided it will not hear their case.
BP (NYSE:BP) announced Friday is it pursuing options to sell its interest in TNK-BP, a Russian oil company jointly owned with a local partner.
Iraq's central government closed Thursday what has proven to be a disappointing two-day oil and gas lease auction sale that emphasized oil and gas exploration.
Antonio Brufau, CEO of Spanish oil company Repsol, renewed his resolve to seek punitive damages from Argentina's government following its seizure of the company's subsidiary YPF -- and his shareholders are with him
Thousands of Ecuadoreans this week are trying to force Chevron Corp., the second-largest U.S. oil and gas company, into complying with a verdict and paying billions in environmental fines resulting from a decade-long pollution case.
The Bureau of Ocean Safety Management announced on Wednesday it will be extending a public comment period for a draft impact statement needed before parts of the country's Atlantic seaboard are opened to geological surveying.
Democrats in a state where fracking has ignited a furious political debate say a law currently regulating the practice doesn't go far enough, and propose a new one
Iraqi officials on Tuesday said their country's next oil lease auction will not allow companies to sign contracts with Iraq's semi-autonomous northern region of Kurdistan.
After having its majority share of Argentine oil company YPF seized by the government, Repsol CEO Antonio Brufau said Tuesday the company was prepared to negotiate with government officials for fair compensation.
Oil and natural gas companies in Oklahoma will have to disclose the chemicals used when hydraulically fracturing rock for oil or natural gas, as of July 1.
After the Libyan civil war last year call but halted the country's oil and natural gas industry, BP on Tuesday announced it will resume its exploration work in the biggest oil-producing nation in Africa .
New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli renewed his call on Friday that Chevron Corp. (NYSE: CVX), the second-largest oil company in the U.S., settle its legal battle against a multibillion-dollar...
The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement will be conducting a series of possibly unannounced equipment inspections and on-water drills to test the oil spill responsiveness of companies planning to operate off the coast of Alaska in the Arctic Ocean.
The Department of the Interior on Thursday called for a deepwater oil and natural gas containment exercise, designed to test the oil industry's readiness and capacity to respond to a future accident like the Deepwater Horizon in the Gulf of Mexico.
In the debate on hydraulic fracturing's safety record, the back and forth between industry groups, activist, and academic studies creates a lot of noise for the average person to sort out. But when a university is accused of misrepresenting its own data, that makes understanding the controversial drilling technique even more challenging.
Spanish oil company Repsol on Thursday announced it made one of the year's largest oil and natural gas discoveries off the coast of Brazil.
The Ohio House on Thursday is expected to vote on a bill that would bolster the state's rules on hydraulic fracturing
The national debate on the Keystone XL pipeline enters the courtroom, as Nebraska landowners sue their state over how the pipeline project could be approved.
The American Petroleum Institute has again called on Washington to increase domestic production of oil on both federal and public lands, to help consumers by bringing gasoline prices down even further.
Ohio representatives this week will vote on a set of new natural gas drilling regulations, including chemical disclosure laws, that opponents say favor natural gas drillers.