Russia Just Got Caught Stealing America's Energy Secrets
If Russia was stealing secrets from U.S. energy companies, it could put many of its new partnerships at risk.
Stalled Iran Talks a Bullish Sign for Brent Crude Producers
The interim nuclear deal with Iran is scheduled to end on July 20. With a deal unlikely, more threats to limit Iranian crude exports are likely, adding upward pressure to the Brent spot price.
Violence in Iraq Threatens ExxonMobil's Growth but Not Current Production
ExxonMobil owns one of the biggest oil fields in the world, located in Iraqi. But, it has been forced to evacuate due to the escalating violence. Here's the impact that will have on the company.
Iraq: An Anomaly in an Otherwise Unusually Calm Global Oil Market
Despite the recent Iraq-driven uptick in volatility, global oil prices have been uncharacteristically stable over the past five years.
Finding Strength in the Deepwater Market
Even though the overall deepwater drilling market is in a state of malaise, there are many opportunities for growth.
Are These Western Oil Majors Operating in Iraq at Serious Risk?
For Western oil majors ExxonMobil, BP, Shell, and Chevron, Iraq represents only a minimal share of production and earnings.
Don't Overlook This Expanding Energy Empire
This Brazilian company is finally gaining a long-sought asset.
This High-Impact Oil Project Could Change the Future of the Gulf of Mexico
Why Statoil’s Martin prospect in the Gulf of Mexico could be a game-changer not only for the company, but also for nearby operators.
Are Asset Sales the Answer for Royal Dutch Shell plc?
Royal Dutch Shell’s planned $15 billion of asset sales through 2015 will raise much-needed cash and should help the company improve its capital efficiency over time.