About 550 barrels of oil spill around well site after operator loses control during completion
Oil sands operator takes over crude-by-rail trans-loading terminal in Central Alberta
Onshore tight oil plays continue decline begun in April
US independent begins aggressive divestiture programme to reduce debt following Permian acquisition
Listen to The Bit, Upstream's weekly podcast, where we discuss the Schlumberger-Cameron merger and a battle over a significant deep-water US Gulf discovery
Operations disrupted at Syncrude Canada's Mildred Lake site but not injuries reported
Programme temporarily stops because of rough winds along Alaska's coast
US shale oil takes larger share of production as US Gulf share plummets
Chinese-owned producer halts 95 lines in response to Long Lake oil leak probe
US junior retires $1.57 bn in exchange for new $1.02bn in new notes
Binnion convicted of stealing $1 million in cash and goods including radar gun, laser, and fish
Energy minister details review of scheme for province's new left-leaning government
Statoil and Shell are competing over development of the emerging deep-water field in the US Gulf
Comment: Proposed takeover of Cameron is a natural progression in industry’s push for greater collaboration
Denver-based minnow accuses former executive of ‘misconduct and unlawful activities’ as it fights bankruptcy petition
US independent Taylor Energy to foot $400,000 for coastal research as part of agreement
Financier seeks influence over capex, compensation, operations
Workers had been performing maintenance on line when rupture occurred, according to US Coast Guard
Agosto-12 leaves CIMC Raffles yard in China for the Gulf of Mexico
Miner to slash spending by 29%, chop $800m from oil and gas unit
EIA sees cumulative gas production falling, though Utica expected to remain strong
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