Auctioning Oil Rights in Argentina Test Market Reform
Oil majors are evaluating bids for offshore exploration rights in Argentina, a major change in a country that sent Spanish energy giant Repsol packing six years...
British Columbia Approves Expansion of Kinder Morgan Pipeline
British Columbia on Wednesday gave the green light to Kinder Morgan Inc's plan to nearly triple its Trans Mountain oil pipeline, which runs from Canada's oil...
Woodside to Cut More Than 300 Jobs
Woodside Petroleum plans to cut more than 300 jobs this year as it slashes costs following a sharp fall in the oil price.
BP Cuts 200 Staff as Oil Prices Continue to Fall
BP has announced it will cut an estimated 200 staff jobs and another 100 contracting jobs in light of falling oil prices.
BP Fined Billions Over Gulf Oil Spill
A US judge says energy giant BP faces a maximum fine of $US13.7 billion ($A14.82 billion) for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, a sum...
ACCC Probes Woodside’s Apache Deal
The consumer watchdog is probing Woodside Petroleum's $US2.75 billion purchase of LNG assets from a US energy giant, over concerns the deal could lift gas prices.
Woodside May Deliver Lower Dividend
Shareholders in Australia's largest oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum are set to pocket smaller dividends this year if oil prices remain weak.
South Australia Libs Call for Fracking Inquiry
South Australia's Liberal opposition is putting investment at risk by calling an inquiry into fracking, oil and gas producer Santos says.
Worley Pushes Further Into Advisory Market
Australian engineering giant Worley Parsons has pushed further into the advisory business, snapping up Houston based resource management consulting outfit MTG in its first acquisition since...