More than a dozen US operators team up to repeal 40-year-old US ban
Executives maintain Mexico projects attractive despite falling crude prices
Brazilian giant confirms Espirito Santo basin gas and condensate find
Independent looks to cash in on flowback infrastructure
Increased efficiencies in vehicle sector and application of new upstream technologies key to market development
Australian company expected to start drilling at the Kangaroo oilfield next month
Privately held operator's find in Mississippi Canyon could tie back to newly installed Delta House floater
US-focused player signs contract on new infrastructure development
Oil sands player sees refining outages and lower prices cut into earnings
Canadian integrated player raises net profit by 11.5% on higher output
US and UK supermajors strike 'significant' amount of pay at Gulf of Mexico probe
US rig and liftboat player takes hefty impairment as units are put away amid poor market conditions
French-Canadian operator of joint venture signs strategic agreement with utility over domestic gas project
US contractor pushes for high full-year earnings as third quarter brings more revenues
Canadian player sells 'non-core' domestic acreage and goes for middle of full-year output guidance range
Lower oil prices hit bottom line of US independent despite output boost
Stronger performance in North America helped offset falls in revenues from other regions
Rig owner also gets extensions from Petrobras but scrapping of six units holes profit
Boat captain alleges vessel company, US supermajor lacked adequate security measures against kidnapping
UK junior says signs of hydrocarbons identified at onshore block
Northern Oklahoma drilling now fully funded
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