Historic rapprochement could pave way for renewed interest in nascent oil sector
Authorities said workers sustained critical injuries in US state's south-east region
Noble Globetrotter II headed to Black Sea amid reports Anglo-Dutch supermajor poised for exploration
Offer for ceasefire cautiously welcomed as group has targeted oil installations
Canadian independent snaps up onshore acreage for $29.5m
US supermajor says discovery is one of play's best wells, but further study needed
Congressional committee recommends charges for dozens on alleged money laundering, racketeering
LNG company, US conglomerate pen 20-year service agreement for Sabine Pass export terminal
Maryland Energy Administration director Abigail Ross Hopper to replace Tommy Beaudreau
Compensation is in return for 2009 nationalisation of Argentine company's subsidiary
Haynesville back in play as rigs move from Eagle Ford and Tuscaloosa Marine shales
Canadian operator investigating incident at Saskatchewan terminal
Portuguese utility signs offtake deal for Cheniere Energy export project
Two wells from operated and non-operated projects flow for US-based player
US supermajor Chevron confirms suspension of plans due to 'uncertainty' in oil industry
Drilling permit granted for onshore well in the Uinta basin
Oz player takes stake in Scotian exploration licences
Empire boss calls NY decision "populist pandering"
Canadian company looking for strategic alternatives to turn its fortunes around
Well fails to encounter sufficient productive hydrocarbons
Guerrillas damage pipeline in southern Colombia
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