Did Exxonmobil Just Throw Cold Water on the Energy Industry?
By all accounts, energy consumption around the world is expected to explode over the next several years, but Exxon only sees 35% growth between now and 2040. What gives?
Does Chevron's New Board Member Signal Some Major Changes?
Chevron recently appointed Jon Huntsman to its board of directors, which could open several new outlets.
Shell and GE Team Up for "Age of Gas"
Shell, GE, and Clean Energy Fuels are not only building out natural gas infrastructure for vehicles, they are now moving to the high seas.
2 Things to Expect From SandRidge Energy in 2014
Here’s what I think we’ll see from SandRidge Energy in 2014.
Why Shell Scrapped its U.S. Gas-to-Liquids Plant
Shell’s recent decision to abandon a gas-to-liquids facility in Louisiana was based mainly on cost-related concerns and longer-term uncertainties over the project’s economics.
Chevron Just Can't Get this Project Right
Overruns have become a staple for the Gorgon LNG Project in which Chevron owns a near 50% stake. How many more billions is it costing them, now?
The U.S. Isn't This MLP’s Biggest Opportunity
While most MLPs are profiting from the American oil and gas boom, Buckeye Partners has its sights set on the global oil boom.
Exxon, Shell, and Valero Split $3.28 Billion in Pentagon Fuel Contracts
Term "defense contractor" gets stretched as oil companies capture 97% of all Pentagon contracts awarded Wednesday.
Opportunities and Challenges Facing Shell’s Canada LNG Project
Opportunities, challenges, and uncertainties facing Royal Dutch Shell’s proposed LNG export project in Kitimat, British Columbia.