Industry group's president says next administration could determine US energy future
More players request pre-qualification for country's highly-anticipated deep-water round
Houston-based natural gas producer fails to win reprieve from lenders
Canadian indie benefits from cost-cutting but hit by impairments in Q1 result
US onshore company blames low oil prices for shaky finances
Operators of projects in high-pressure, high-temperature US Gulf play can learn from unconventionals
Deal comes as Canadian company posts wider first quarter loss
Deal represents roughly 1700 boepd of expected Western Canada production
US junior brings in $30m from sale of producing assets in Utah
Decision overturns local laws restricting oil and gas activities
Company expects $800 million in available cash from cost-cutting measures
US contractor says GVA 1000 can achieve first oil in as little as 35 months
US independent snaps up onshore shale acreage from Norwegian player and launches stock offering
Companies invited to bid for shallow- and deep-water acreage off Canadian province
Sellers are trying to offload an estimated $250 billion in oil and gas assets as buyers hesitate over prices
US independent in talks with other companies for deal to keep Dolphin drillship working long-term
UK supermajor to focus on four existing main producing hubs rather than snap up assets for sale
Bernard Looney says Gulf of Mexico project may become one of BP's most lucrative, but FID must wait
Cause sought in explosion that injured one and forced multiple evacuations last week
Court keeps in place earlier ruling that prevented shareholders chasing BP over share price slump
Top offshore regulator gives guidance to lease operators on cost accounting
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