North Dakota Regulators OK Expanded Dakota Access PipelineNorth Dakota regulators have unanimously approved expanded capacity for the Dakota Access pipeline.
4 North Texas Men Accused Of Trying To Illegally Buy Oil From Iran To Sell In ChinaFour men from North Texas and one from New York City are accused of trying to buy oil illegally from Iran in order to sell to a Chinese refinery, officials said.
4 North Texans Accused Of Trying To Trade In Sanctioned Iranian OilFive men, including four from the Dallas area, have been arrested and charged with trying to trade in Iranian oil in violation of U.S. trade sanctions.
Gas Drilling Rig Pops Up Near Downtown Fort WorthA familiar sight from the last decade in Fort Worth, has reappeared to start the new decade on the edge of the city’s downtown.
Oil Prices Jump, Markets Sink On Fear Of Iranian Retaliation Against U.S.Americans may feel a hit at the gas pump following a U.S. military strike ordered by President Donald Trump that killed a top Iranian general.
Judge Rules For Exxon Mobil In Suit Over Climate RegulationsExxon Mobil Corp. hailed the ruling in a trial it said stemmed from a baseless investigation.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry Says 'We Can Make Our Energy Cleaner'"Instead of punishing fuels that produce emissions through regulation, we're seeking to reduce those emissions by innovation," the former Texas Governor said.
Dallas-Based Oil Refining Company Plans Expansion Of New Mexico FacilityHolly Frontier plans to add six storage tanks, a railcar loading and unloading rack, a cooling tower and other piping components
Carnival Cruise Ships Could Soon Be Barred From Docking In USA federal judge has threatened to temporarily block Carnival Corp. from docking cruise ships at ports in the United States.
BP Approves Expansion Of Gulf Oil ProjectBP has approved a $1.3 billion expansion at one of its oil projects in the Gulf of Mexico and discovered an additional 1.4 billion barrels at two of them.
2 Greek Companies Guilty Of Illegal Oil Discharges In TexasU.S. prosecutors say two Greek shipping companies must pay a $4 million fine for not reporting illegal oil discharges by a tanker operating last year in Texas ports.
Dallas Oil Heiress, Philanthropist Caroline Rose Hunt Dies At 95Caroline Rose Hunt, a philanthropist, luxury hotel magnate and daughter of Texas oilman H.L. Hunt, has died at age 95.
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.
Energy Department Says US Is Now World's Top Oil ProducerSeveral states hit record production in August including Texas, which accounts for about 40 percent of U.S. crude
Keystone XL Developer Plans To Start Construction Next YearTransCanada spokesman Matthew John said Monday that the company remains committed to moving ahead with the project following years of reviews from federal and state regulators.