1 Energy Company has Come Full Circle Looking for Growth
For two decades Apache has searched the world for growth. Now it’s finding its best growth is actually back on its home soil.
Why Sinopec Deal Bodes Well for Apache
Apache’s recent sale of a portion of its Egyptian oil and gas assets to China’s Sinopec helps diversify the company’s risk as it rebalances its portfolio.
Chinese Thirst For Resources Is Great News For U.S Companies
One Chinese company is looking into a $10 billion investment in these Siberian gas fields.
What Will the New Chesapeake Energy Look Like?
With a new captain at the helm, what changes are in store for Chesapeake?
China Still Can’t Unlock its Massive Shale Gas Resources
Despite twice the shale gas reserves of the U.S., China still hasn’t found the key to unlocking them.
China Stymies Big Oil in Effort to Curb Pollution
Government is willing to slow profits in the name of the environment.
Will China's Oil Demand Connect the BRICs?
China needs oil, and the other BRIC countries could be a major source for that demand growth
Should Investors Fear Petrobras' Recent Production Slump?
Petrobras' production numbers have been going up and down again, and it is testing investor patience
China isn't Afraid to Invest in Egypt
China's growing demand for oil has led companies to rely on acquisitions for growth. One Chinese company is spending in a pretty risky region.