Oil Industry Shuts Platforms, Rigs, Refineries Ahead Of Hurricane LauraOil and gas producers have evacuated platforms and rigs in the Gulf of Mexico and companies are shutting down refineries in the path of Hurricane Laura.
President Trump Returns To Texas This Week To Raise Money, Visit Oil RigThe trip to Midland on Wednesday will be President Trump’s 16th visit as president to Texas, the White House said.
Tips On Cutting Energy Costs As Summer Approaches And Quarantines RemainHere are tips for cutting your energy costs as the summer approaches and working from home continues.
Alaska Agency Approves $7.5M Loan For Gas Company PurchaseThe approval is expected to provide the means to complete a $15 million bid made in a bankruptcy auction for Furie, a Texas-based natural gas producer.
Facebook Invests $416 Million To Build Solar Project In TexasIt is believed to be one of the largest solar projects in the nation and Facebook is building it in West Texas.
Texas Power Grid Manager Expects To Avoid Summer BlackoutsElectricity demand in Texas is expected to hit record levels this summer, and with a thin margin of reserve power, the operator of the state's grid says it may have to ask businesses and consumers to conserve.
Exxon: Beaumont Expansion Project To Create 1,850 JobsExxonMobil will build a new unit at its refinery in Beaumont that it says will create up to 1,850 jobs during construction and between 40 and 60 permanent jobs once completed.
Utility Aims For Zero Carbon Emission From Electric PlantsA utility serving 3.6 million electricity customers in eight states, including Texas says it will try to eliminate all its carbon emissions from electrical generation by 2050.
Poland Signs Deal For Long-Term Deliveries Of U.S. GasPoland's main gas company signed a signed the 24-year deal with the U.S. to receive deliveries of liquefied natural gas.
Goodbye To Daylight Saving Time: Clocks Fall Back This WeekendAt 2 a.m. local time Sunday, Daylight Saving Time is ending, and standard time returns for most people across the country.
WorleyParsons Buying Unit Of Texas-Based Jacobs EngineeringThe Jacobs Engineering Group has announced plans to sell its energy, chemicals and resources unit to Australia-based WorleyParsons Limited for $3.3 billion.
One Of Oldest Coal Companies In US Files For BankruptcyOne of the oldest coal companies in the U.S. filed for bankruptcy protection Tuesday to deal with more than $1.4 billion in debt amid declining demand for the fuel.
Roasting Hot! Texans Break ERCOT Energy Use RecordERCOT, the corporation that manages the electric grid for most of the state, broke an energy record on Monday.
OPEC Enters Meeting That Could Set Direction Of Oil PricesOfficials from major oil-producing nations are expected to agree this week to boost output, but just how much they will open the spigot remain a wild card.
U.S. Oil Expected To Meet Most Of World's Growth In DemandA global energy watchdog says booming production in the United States will meet 80 percent global growth in demand for oil over the next five years.