Canadian panel reportedly finds plant would have 'significant' impact to environment if built
Canadian intermediate plans to use funds to pay for continuing operations
Drillers poised to make biggest quarterly gains in two years
Despite the doldrums caused by oil price collapse, exploration is far from dead
Brazilian player makes progress with divestiture plans after sale of 90% of NTS pipeline
Dakota Access developer's parent Sunoco spills crude more often than competitors, analysis finds
Talk of '$1bn-plus deal' as US giant runs numbers on North Sea assets: report
Democratic vice presidential candidate promises 'inclusive economy' under Clinton
Aboriginal groups in Canada and US sign treaty pledging to block proposed projects in both nations
Houston private equity firm teams up with veteran Oklahoma City operator
Luiz Eduardo Carneiro one of several arrested on Thursday in latest chapter of sweeping corruption investigation
US contractor gets going on new platform for Pemex at Altamira facility
Toronto-listed player to use latest round of financing to drill new wells in Colombia
Officials in Canadian province promise to implement better air quality monitoring following report
Republican presidential nominee vows to 'unleash' US energy production if elected
Malaysia's state-run oil company looks to boost global expansion into deep-water Mexico
Calgary-based explorer fails to make commercial find at latest Reconcavo basin onshore well
Deloitte poll finds most oil & gas professionals believe industry rebound is under way or will begin soon
Company confident long-term contract can be secured in current market to underpin LNG facility
Transportation rates at Canadian company's US pipeline unit will increase by 34.8%
Mexico's anti-trust commission approves deal for US player to buy Pemex's 50% stake
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