Hundreds evacuated from facility in Bay of Campeche after early-morning fire
Under-pressure Brazilian state giant taps debt facility agreed with Chinese bank
Investigation ongoing into how grandson of famed wildcatter died
Brazil comptroller general to take action against five more companies
Drilling starts on third well in Australian company's campaign off the coast of Brazil
Brazilian player signs agreement to keep FPSO for at least another year
UK player has sights on low-cost mature play as onshore licences set to be offered in late April
Oil shipments soar to more than 1m barrels per day, EIA says
Grupo OAS requested protection from creditors for nine units amid corruption probe
Decision, slammed by environmentalists, pushes Shell another step closer to Alaska return this year
US supermajor confirms new upstream boss as current executive heads for retirement
Bankers begin to see signs of difficulty in oilfield services books as industry-wide downturn drags on
Beleaguered Brazilian giant offloads raft of onshore concessions to CGC
Newcomer to target onshore acquisitions in the Mid-Continent and Rockies with private equity cash
Second major floater cancellation in a day the latest blow to ailing rig market
Jack-up specialist must see its share price rebound over $1 to remain on Nasdaq
US explorer to use private equity funds to chop capex and push key development
Anglo-Dutch supermajor has begun rig transit to Alaska ahead of possible drill programme
ExxonMobil has started production at tieback to Anadarko-operated Lucius spar
Denver independent offloads non-core asset package
UK supermajor cuts 100 employees at BPTT
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