Oz major tells African policy makers not to mess with regulation
Oz LNG industry may not face tough competition from Africa: Minister
Baghdad Oil Ministry set to re-seek order to prevent unloading of Greek tanker in US, report says
As Iraq steps up case against Kurdistan, a vessel disappears off Texan coast
Crude oil price stability thanks in large part due to increase in US liquids production
Country's record-high offshore CO2 tax could rise amid political wrangling
Judge says evidence insufficient in $256bn claim against supermajor's design of Atlantis platform
Russian giant also embarking on huge building programme while looking to secure rig tonnage for Arctic wells
Norwegian's projects in Russia could face setbacks over international sanctions on country, boss tells ONS crowd
Tanker carrying roughly $100 million worth of crude still anchored in the Gulf of Mexico
Key field's return lifts country's production to 655,000 bpd: reports
Oil minister Tord Lien says oil companies should not let cost pressures lead to resources being left untapped
Saudi Aramco boss insists shale gale has helped by ensuring stable markets
Injection-well operator says apocalyptic Bible references on billboards are 'baseless'
Country aims to break up total dependence on Russia for gas imports
Union agreements taken to court after 20 months of negotiation
IHS report highlights foreign investor fears of shift in policy direction from leader of Labour opposition
Early results show voters narrowly upholding new law that cuts taxes on production
Northern Territory to be positioned as O&G hub
Colorado governor says industry must be mindful of its 'social contract'
Oilfield services players negotiate with union on Saturday night, local time
Railroad Commission proposes amendments to permitting rules amid quakes elsewhere in US
Repeal of new law would revert to progressive tax regime championed by the-governor Palin
Industrial action put to a stop in Gladstone after voting on new terms
French major among many foreign firms in precautionary Iraq moves
Kiev parliament opens way for possible embargo on Gazprom as well as leasing of gas grid to foreign partners
Rosneft boss suggests national fund buys bonds so company can weather sanctions storm, report says
Management of Oz junior will have to wait for Ukrainian government for pay
Provincial government agrees with First Nations to make sure gas lines cannot be converted to carry bitumen
Spanish government gives local major the green light for controversial wildcats off tourist islands
Tanker of OMV crude is first to leave port after deal with rebels
Ongoing strike action wears thin for contractor working on three Qld projects
O'Neill asked to answer questions over alleged misconduct
Energy advisors say unconventional growth is outweighing political unrest
European gas market fears disruption if Kiev sanctions Gazprom
Services behemoth admits measures impacting Russian operations with third quarter hit expected
Oslo government confirms it will implement copycat measures against Russia
Conflict in the region forces non-essential staff out of country
Oz will likely have to fight it out with global markets: report
Bombs set off at Colombian facility close to Venezuelan border but no injuries, report says
Workers offered 'productivity' bonus for showing up to work
Controversial well off Russia reportedly set to spud on Saturday despite sanctions
Canadian player becomes latest oil company to scale down in KRG territory as militants close in
Worsening security situation sees independent pull out of KRG field
US president gives nod to air strikes but rules out sending in ground troops
Tony Hayward-led explorer taking some staff from non-producing fields as oil companies flee violence
Music event hands back supermajor's cash after campaign pressure
Vladimir Putin steps up fight with sanctioning jurisdictions with almost total ban on food imports
Foreign welders cause quite a stir in ongoing union trouble
Privately held US player Samson Energy plans to sell off its deep-water oil and gas business, a portfolio that includes stakes in a number of high-profile Gulf of Mexico discoveries and prospects.
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