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The US has issued final methane regulations while Canada has issued a draft.
A leaked version of the US Treasury Department's much-awaited draft guidance on the Inflation Reduction Act's hydrogen tax credit appears to suggest that a narrow approach will be taken.
A second LNG export plant by Venture Global should start operations in 2024 and will have a lengthy startup similar to its Calcasieu Pass LNG facility, chief executive Mike Sabel told Reuters.
In an apparently unprecedented move, Canada will require its oil and gas sector to slash greenhouse gas emissions by 35% to 38% below 2019 levels starting in 2030.
Occidental Petroleum is in talks to buy Permian Basin producer CrownRock, according to sources quoted by several news outlets.
A legal fight over the massive drilling project is underway. US District Court Judge Sharon Gleason denied requests to block winter construction work as an appeal on the permitting of the project is pending.
The Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) pipeline project may be delayed after the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) denied a request for a variance.
Michigan regulators have approved an application by Canada’s Enbridge to build a single-line tunnel for its ageing pipeline under the Straits of Mackinac, in the Great Lakes.
Chevron has announced a capital expenditure range of $15.5 to $16.5bn for consolidated subsidiaries, and an affiliate capex budget of around $3bn for 2024, an increase of 11% compared with 2023.
ExxonMobil expects to deliver $14bn annual earnings and cash flow growth from the end of 2023-2027, according to a new corporate plan.
Federal regulators are investigating ExxonMobil’s $60bn all-stock deal to buy Pioneer Natural Resources of Texas.
US LNG exports climbed to a near record high in November as the country shipped 7.99mn tonnes abroad, according to tanker tracking data from the London Stock Exchange Group.
ExxonMobil’s CEO, Darren Woods, has told the COP28 meet in Dubai that the world should focus on reducing emissions rather than phasing out fossil fuel.
Sultan al-Jaber, the oil executive who is leading the COP28 climate summit in Dubai, has rocked the conference with highly controversial remarks that there is “no science” that phasing out fossil fuels is necessary.
About half of the world's oil firms, totalling almost 50 companies, have committed to achieving "near zero" methane emissions and discontinuing routine flaring in their operations by 2030, and achieving net zero by 2050.
The group failed to agree on an additional cut that would apply to all members, so leading producers have once again decided to cut over and above the OPEC+ quotas
Canada's main oil-producing province, Alberta, has unveiled a new initiative aimed at reducing emissions tied to climate change.
Major oil companies are delaying return of their borrowed barrels to the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR).
ExxonMobil has opted to participate in the UN's primary programme for reporting methane emissions, aiming to project a more transparent image following a period of resisting external scrutiny of its climate change efforts.
Canada’s oil and gas producers will drill 8% more wells next year, in large part because of greater access to pipelines such as the Trans Mountain expansion, said the Canadian Association of Energy Contractors.
Delfin Midstream Inc. and Gunvor Group have announced that Gunvor Singapore Pte has entered into a long-term LNG sale and purchase agreement with Delfin LNG.
The Deer Park refinery, nestled in Houston, Texas, has achieved its most impressive operational and financial performance in over 16 years after Mexico’s state-owned energy major Pemex took over the facility.
Alberta's oil sands production is once again challenging the existing pipeline capacity, especially to the Pacific Coast. This is a familiar scenario for Canadian producers, but will soon change.