Chevron’s acquisition of Guyana superstar Hess could be delayed until next year thanks to Exxon Mobil’s arbitration case ...
Russia continues its assault on Ukraine's energy infrastructure with drone and missile strikes, causing further damage and ...
Investor appetite for ESG funds and other sustainable investments remains steady in Europe, in stark contrast with the United ...
Eskom, the state-owned utility of South Africa, is holding talks with the government on ways to attract public and private ...
Global oil demand growth is slowing due to “exceptionally weak” deliveries in developed economies at the start of the year, ...
Chinese imports of crude oil fell by 6% in March compared to the same month a year earlier but were higher than in January ...
Iran is playing down the risk of a significant retaliatory strike against Israel after its embassy in Syria was hit.
Oil prices have been climbing in recent weeks, but rising inventories and bearish signals from the Federal Reserve halted ...
The European Parliament approved rules this week allowing the regional bloc’s respective governments to ban Russian LNG ...
Iran’s Foreign Minister has reportedly delivered a message to the United States that Iran’s response to the Israeli attack on ...
Officials from the United States and Venezuela met secretly this week to discuss the possibility of reforms in Venezuela ...
The total number of active drilling rigs for oil and gas in the United States fell again this week, according to new data that Baker Hughes published on Friday, falling by 3. U.S. drillers saw a total ...