Exxon Used to Be America's Most Valuable Company. What Happened?
The oil giant doubled down on oil and gas at what now looks to be the worst possible time. Investors are fleeing and workers are grumbling about the direction of a company some see as out of touch.
Uganda, Total Reach Key Deal on $3.5 Billion Oil Pipeline
Uganda and French oil giant Total SA have reached an agreement for the construction of a $3.5 billion pipeline to the Tanzanian port of Tanga, unlocking the long delayed development of the region's largest crude reserves.
Oil Futures Mixed, Post Weekly Loss
Oil futures suffered from a second consecutive weekly decline on Friday, pressured by worries over the outlook for demand and a climb in U.S. crude supplies.
California Utilities Hope Drones, AI Will Lower Risk of Future Wildfires
Artificial intelligence may be able to spot fire risks created by faulty distribution and transmission equipment, utilities say.
U.S. Oil-Rig Count Falls by 1 in Latest Week, Baker Hughes Says
The number of rigs drilling for oil in the U.S. fell by one to 180 in the latest week, according to oil-field services company Baker Hughes.
The New Geopolitics of Energy
Power is shifting from longtime oil giants like Russia and Saudi Arabia to innovators like China-and maybe the U.S.
Energy & Utilities Roundup: Market Talk
The latest Market Talks covering Energy and Utilities
Hurricane Forecasters Are Running Out of Names This Year
The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season is moving at such a fast clip that forecasters are just four monikers shy of needing to use the Greek alphabet to name storms-something they have had to do only once before.
Oil Major BP Gives a Taste of How It Will Go Green
A deal to buy into wind farms off the coast of New York and Massachusetts showcases the British company's ambitions in the clean-energy sector-and the risks it is taking.
Oil Traders Gird for More Price Swings
Traders are betting on fresh upheaval in the oil market, in an abrupt turnaround from the calm of recent months.