China Believes that it Can Duplicate Our Success
China thinks it can double its oil production in just 16 years. If it's capable, companies like Royal Dutch Shell, Halliburton and Schlumberger will likely have played a part.
Shell’s Huge Opportunity in Natural Gas
Though it faces some major near-term challenges, Royal Dutch Shell’s leadership position in LNG should drive strong and steady returns over the long term.
SandRidge Energy Gives Up on the Gulf of Mexico
SandRidge Energy is getting out of the Gulf of Mexico. Here’s what you need to know.
Regional Conflicts in the South China Sea Could Rival the Middle East One Day
With billions of barrels of oil lying underneath contested waters, the South China Sea could one day be the next hot bed of oil fueled conflict.
Will T. Boone Pickens' Big Bet on Natural Gas Vehicles Pay off in 2014?
Momentum is picking up for natural gas vehicle plays like Clean Energy Fuels, but so is the competition from big players like Royal Dutch Shell. Will partners like GE and Westport Innovations be difference-makers in 2014?
10 Countries With Zero Income Taxes
The top marginal tax rate in the U.S. is 39.6%. By contrast, in these 10 countries citizens won't pay a dime in income taxes!
What to Expect from Chevron in 2014 and Beyond
A closer look at Chevron’s 2014 capital program and key drivers of the company’s production growth over the next few years.
Will Shell’s Ambitious Floating LNG Project Pay Off?
Though Shell’s ambitious Prelude floating LNG project will allow for the development of remote offshore gas fields, the project’s returns remain uncertain.
Does Miller Energy Have Rebound Potential?
Miller Energy might have an edge over peers Arsenal Energy and Petroamerica Oil.
What Royal Dutch Shell plc Is Doing With Cheap Natural Gas
Shell joins a growing list of companies using natural gas-powered engines to cut costs and reduce emissions at its operations in the Athabasca oil sands.