Business group says fossil fuel moratorium on public lands could have 'wide-ranging' consequences
US independent tries to bring in cash to reorganise debt
Continental Resources CEO says Republican presidential nominee did not 'understand' issue: report
First livestream-only lease sale to be small, with three companies placing 24 bids
Newfoundland & Labrador says frontier offshore region has potential for up to 25.5 billion barrels of oil and 20.6 trillion cubic feet of gas
Oil companies may be asked to cough up for exploration way offshore, memo shows
Meanwhile, exports from Mexican state-owned company rise more than 4%
Canadian province expects economic recovery to start in 2017
Denver independent enters Delaware side of the Permian with a splash
Deal expected to be completed before the end of the year
Private equity giant neither admits nor denies allegations that advisers misled fund investors
Federal agency's findings come as state regulators grapple with issue of induced seismicity
Round 2.2 to offer 12 blocks in the Burgos, Chiapas and Suroeste areas
Canadian pipeline company hopes to use cash from sale to fund 'general corporate purposes'
Houston-based tight-oil specialist completes sale of long-marketed package in Colorado
New figures from US agency suggest Bakken could overtake Eagle Ford as top North American shale oil play
London-listed explorer throws up more pay at latest appraisal well at Llanos 34 block discovery
John Sult moving on from US independent, which also rings changes in numerous departments
Authorities contain fire that erupted at Puma Energy facility on Pacific coast, pollution reported
Deal expected to allow new company to exploit Michichi light oil position in Alberta
Further revelations in Car Wash probe may yet deliver more soul-searching and angst
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