Recent sophisticated attacks by new group pose renewed security risk for oil operators, analysts warn
Police open new phase of investigation as pipeline suppliers to Petrobras in spotlight
New Planning Minister Romero Juca takes leave after leaked chat with former boss of Transpetro
Imposition of spending cuts on companies developing giant fields in Basra region could halt progress
This week on The Bit, Upstream reporters dig into the Technip-FMC merger, wrestle with politics in South America a bid a final farewell to Aubrey McClendon
Government signs off on agreement reached with Noble and Delek over stability clause on gas field project
African nation set to open up remaining deep- and ultra-deepwater blocks in imminent new licensing round
Interim government suspends negotiations over corruption investigation 'to make leniency deals more rigorous': report
Businesswoman ex of Ashti Hawrami suspected of corruption by the president of Kurdistan Regional Government
Presumptive Republican nominee also clinches endorsement from iconic oilman T. Boone Pickens
Bezerra Filho picked to lead vital industry through political and economic crisis
Oil and gas sector accuses Obama administration of not following rulemaking procedure
Suspended Brazilian president touts pre-salt achievements, warns of Temer's plan for oil industry
Standards seek huge emissions cuts at new and modified operations
Brazil’s president suspended from office after Senate vote
Energy minister reportedly looking for legal path to end imports of LNG linked to fracking
Congressman launches bill aimed at protecting shores from terrorists attacks
Boss of industry body urges opening of new areas to maintain oil and gas cash flow for national Budget
Substitute congressional speaker reverses previous impeachment annulment
Operations remain curtailed as Alberta forest fires continue to burn out of control
US Interior Secretary: Transition from fossil fuels must recognise 'complexity of what we're dealing with'
Long serving face of Saudi Arabian oil policy removed after more than two decades in the role
Supermajor and fuel cell developer look to increase efficiency at natural gas power plants
Industry group's president says next administration could determine US energy future
Lower house speaker accused on trying to obstruct the corruption investigations against him
Government also to crack down on multinationals shifting profits overseas to avoid taxes
Boss of IOEC chosen by Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh for development and engineering post
Outstanding payments to international producers seen as being paid up within current cabinet
Democrats, one Republican, send letter to Interior urging department to exclude offshore Alaska from leasing
Middle East producer to spud offshore probe this year with more than a dozen to follow, as output hike in sight
Decision overturns local laws restricting oil and gas activities
New-broom Deputy Crown Prince faces a tough job to turn country behind an oil-free economic and social strategy
Supreme Court rejects proposal to amend presidential term from six to four years, opposition plans street protest
GE Oil & Gas to work with Baghdad administration on improving oilfield efficiency and reducing flaring
Pipeline out of Marcellus fails to get necessary water permits
Kampala administration goes for link to Tanga over route to Kenya’s Lamu port for its Albertine Graben fields
Oilfield services giant also closing more than 100 service points to rein in costs
Continental Resources CEO says Republican frontrunner is "business leader's candidate"
Embattled president of Brazil to address international group Friday as ministers jump ship
Failure to reach deal on output freeze in Qatari capital raises questions on Riyadh regime's thinking
Center for Biological Diversity challenges DOI's environmental review process
Upper chamber votes overwhelmingly in favour of package that would expedite LNG permitting process
Tensions evident as leaders of US and Saudi Arabia meet in Riyadh ahead of GCC summit
Brazilian President on the verge of being forced from office
$50bn compensation claim overturned in ruling in favour of Moscow over defunct oil company: report
Referendum limiting drilling rights comes out short of necessary 50% turnout threshold
Italians go to referendum on Sunday to decide how long permits-to-drill should last
Poll on Brazilian President to move forward, says Supreme Court: report
ExxonMobil says new regulations may prove counter-productive due to 'technically flawed assumptions'
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