First shipment of food heads from Trinidad & Tobago to Venezuela under new deal
First Minister says another vote 'highly likely' after UK voted to leave the EU
WoodMac: ‘pound could drop 20% permanently’, EY: 'oil prices should top the sector's worry list'
With all votes almost counted it has become apparent Britain will leave European Union
Dutch government decides to chop production further at gas field over environmental concerns, report says
UK supermajor says no changes to location of headquarters or staff following UK vote to leave EU
Supermajor says it will speak with UK government and EU bodies following Britain's decision to quit EU
Despite new legislation partially banning the technique, environmental groups criticises it as ‘not enough’
Measure directs federal government to issue minimum safety standards
Remarks come as US opens new talks with Maduro government
US diplomat meets with Venezuela's Maduro amid crisis in South American nation
Brazil's suspended house speaker indicted for money laundering and currency dealing
Parliament to decide on proposed legislation, look at potential legal framework
Officials in talks over building a pipeline to export Kurdish oil to Iran: report
Holdings had kept US Supreme Court Justice from taking part in cases involving supermajor
Green groups hope for appeal in case surrounding Obama administration regulation
Fresh negotiations over worker conditions begin on Monday as onshore supply base deal reached
Head of country’s Gendarmerie handed top security position at French supermajor
Provincial regulator raises bar for buyers of assets; industry groups slam move
Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh makes choice for country’s new representative as current envoy heads for retirement
Diplomat says South American country guilty of oil sector 'malpractice' as crisis deepens
Government achieves temporary truce with NDA after wave of oil and gas attacks
Tighter environmental regulations could start coming into force in 2017, ahead of schedule
Canadian city takes legal action against regulator's approval of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain expansion
State AG says decision regarding Clayton Williams subsidiary saves up to $4bn
Coalition of oil groups asks Obama administration to keep plan as it is
Brazil’s interim president address the ex-Petrobras bosses' allegations
Meetings with LNG investors could be catalyst to change the country’s fortunes
Former Petrobras executive joins energy ministry with mandate to make oil sector more attractive
Process expected to wrap up in March 2018, but could take longer if First Nations continue to oppose project
Interim president rebuts allegations of involvement in bribery scheme at the state-owned oil giant
Supermajor says Massachusetts subpoena is 'unreasonably burdensome'
Niger Delta Avengers claims fresh assault following short period without attacks
Ethics committee votes to strip suspended lower house speaker of role
Current chairman takes over from Li Fanrong, with new president and compliance officer also appointed
Niger Delta militant group accompanies apparent offer of peace talks with threat of increased violence
Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth and community groups descend on Downing Street over Lancashire ruling
New boss could propose deal with unions to chop salaries and working hours, report says
Iran's oil minister appoints new managing director of state giant as Javadi exit confirmed
This week on The Bit we try to determine which US presidential candidate is the best choice for the global oil and gas industry, plus news from Brazil and the Gulf of Mexico
Move largely seen as symbolic attempt to undermine US President's environmental legacy
More than 50 representatives call on President Barack Obama to stop permits for surveys
Neither Trump nor Clinton have said much on oil & gas as energy issues play unusually small role in presidential race
Country is looking to reform its oil economy but this is also tied to political changes
Angola and Sonangol both need some new ideas — but is Isabel dos Santos the person to provide them?
Friday morning assault claimed on Italian's line in Bayelsa as NPDC pipeline separately blown up
More than 90,000 petitions sent to party as it firms up platform
Anglo-Dutch supermajor follows Total in snapping up first post-sanctions cargo, report says
Kingdom prepares for post-oil era, aims to keep oil capacity at 12.5 million bpd by 2020
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