Oil slipped to a one-week low amid signs that Iranian supply disruptions may not be as severe as expected.
OPEC+ with Saudi-Russian cooperation will retain its hold on global oil supply and continue to reshape the world order for oil.
Saudi Arabia's crown prince insists the stalled plan to sell shares in oil giant Aramco will go ahead, promising an initial public offering by 2021.
The companies have entered into a definitive transaction agreement to create an offshore drilling powerhouse.
Cyber attacks in the oil and gas sector increased over the past year, according to Mike Spear, industrial cyber security global operations director at Honeywell.
The US energy sector is seeing significant increases in support activities for mining.
According to one technology expert, security is just one of several challenges facing oil and gas companies deploying IIoT strategies.
Oil buyers who viewed Obama-era policies as precedent for US sanctions on Iran are getting a rude shock.
Drillinginfo reports that the US saw a 250% increase in mergers and acquisitions activity in the third quarter.
The UK's offshore oil and gas industry continued to see improvement across a range of health and safety indicators last year, according to a new report.
The Trump administration is commanding OPEC to run the printing presses at full speed.
Technology is not making oil and gas qualifications less important, according to Jason Urso, vice president and general manager at Honeywell.
Oil steadied near the highest level in almost 4 years as supply crunch fears outweighed expectations for an increase in American crude inventories.
Australia's upstream sector will see greater integration of technology over the coming years, according to a new report from Fitch Solutions Macro Research.
Equinor's deal to purchase Chevron's stake in the Rosebank project is good for the project, the other partners in the project and the UK upstream sector, according to Wood Mackenzie.
A new survey by Haynes and Boone offers a bright outlook for oil and gas producers.
A cocktail of factors could see oil go as high as $100 a barrel by Christmas.
Canadian heavy crude's discount to West Texas Intermediate futures increased to the widest in almost five years.
The bull market for crude oil picked up steam Wednesday as the WTI and Brent futures prices posted impressive gains.
A new report by consulting firm Arthur D. Little finds that U.S. independents will need to adjust their business models to keep up with forecasted growth in the Permian.
Oil extended gains near the highest level in almost 4 years as investors grapple with doubts over OPEC's ability to replace falling exports from Iran.
Oil in London extended gains after the longest quarterly rally in a decade.
The Dallas Fed's quarterly energy survey reveals a dip in the business activity index for oilfield service companies.
The Permian Basin has expanded so quickly that suppliers of the electricity needed to keep wells running are struggling to keep up.
Oil posts the longest string of quarterly gains in more than a decade.
A strike by Nigerian labor unions to demand a new minimum wage widened on the second day.
In light of market dynamics, Covia has made the decision to shutter some of its frac sand mine sites and reduce production elsewhere.
New analysis by Inmarsat reveal some of the biggest challenges keeping oil and gas companies from fully deploying IIoT.
A revolutionary groundwater quality study provides new evidence that 'fracking' operations are safe to nearby water sources.
As US lawmakers mull a new round of 'crippling' sanctions, some traders are predicting the price of Russia's main export will hit $100 a barrel for the first time since 2014.
BHP Billiton and DEA Deutsche Erdoel are hopeful that the slowdown in bid rounds is a feature of Mexico's political transition and won't be permanent.
Apache North Sea confirms that the offshore work rota for all Apache staff onboard company operated assets in the North Sea will change from a 3-3 system to a 2-3 system.
Traders contemplated the removal of Iranian oil supplies from the world market.