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The chairman of the Senate Energy Committee says a website partially funded by the oil and gas industry is a constructive tool that could be used by federal regulators in requiring public disclosure of the chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing operations.
44 min ago | The Washington Post
Apache Corp. isn't waiting for Carl Icahn to tell the energy company how to reverse a two-year decline that's erased $14 billion from its market value.
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Two West Virginia colleges are teaming up to open a new training center for people who want to work in the oil and gas industry, complete with indoor and outdoor laboratories to simulate drilling operations.
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Marathon Oil Corp. was in talks with a possible buyer for a portion of its 20 percent interest in the project, but said a deal was not reached.
Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy Corp. donated $1 million to the Red Cross in Oklahoma to help with recovery efforts after the May 20 tornado.
The next major power plant to be built in the nation's top coal-mining state will be fueled by natural gas.
The Wichita, Kan.-based conglomerate said Wednesday that half the money would go to the OK Strong relief fund established with the United Way of Central Oklahoma.
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It's common for companies to make big cash donations after a disaster. But following Monday's tornado in Oklahoma City, several firms are going beyond writing a check, offering help through the use of their equipment, staff, buildings and other in-kind donations.
Female pupils at Peterhead Academy, studying the Girls into Energy programme with Banff and Buchan College, enjoyed a special visit last week.
Rapid City firefighters are teaming up with the Muscular Dystrophy Association to raise money to support those affected by the disease.
's stock had its "sell" rating restated by equities researchers at Espirito Santo Investment Bank Research in a report issued on Tuesday, Stock Ratings Network.com reports.
A Swiss oil company says it will start selling regular gasoline mixed with ethanol as part of a pilot program in Puerto Rico.
Christopher Smith, the Energy Department official in charge of shaping the Obama administration's policy on exporting natural gas, recalls working for Chevron on an import facility during the first part of the last decade.
Looking to move beyond the controversy of Aubrey McClendon's personal dealings in Upper Ohio Valley drilling operations, Chesapeake Energy named Robert "Doug" Lawler its new chief executive officer Monday.
Canadian energy producers lobbying for U.S. approval of the Keystone XL pipeline are targeting undecided Democratic lawmakers in Washington in advance of a decision on the $5.3 billion project.
Russia's largest bank jumped four places from last year to reach spot 70, closely followed by telecommunications company MTS, which secured spot 82 in brand value rankings.