VIDEO: ExxonMobil FPSO Arrives in Drydock
The FPSO One Guyana has arrived in drydock at the Keppel shipyard.
Shell CFO Says Shareholders Focusing More on Energy Security
Shell is targeting net-zero emissions by 2050.
French Strikes Leave Millions of Barrels of Oil Stuck on Tankers
A fleet of tankers carrying millions of barrels of oil is backed up off the coast of France.
French Refineries Are Barely Running
France's oil-processing industry is running at a fraction of normal capacity.
Spain Presses Importers of Russian LNG
Spain imports more Russian Liquefied Natural Gas than any other European nation.
Canacol Posts 169 Percent RRR for Proved, Probable Reserves
Canacol said it had made discoveries last year in Colombian blocks Esperanza, SSJN7, VIM5, VIM21, VIM33 and VMM45.
Strong Asia Oil Demand Pushes Key Mideast Spread to 2-Year Low
A closely-watched gauge of Asian oil demand is at its tightest level in more than two years.
Oil Rebounds as US Assures Bank Crisis Containment
Oil jumped the most since early February and restored key technical levels after US government promises to protect bank depositors calmed markets.
Oil Near 2021 Lows as Banking Crisis Boosts Recession Fears
Oil hovered around 15-month lows as a favored spread for hedge funds to trade plunged with banking turmoil shaking confidence across markets.
Bank Turmoil Fuels Largest Weekly Loss Since April 2020
Oil posted the worst weekly loss since the early months of the coronavirus pandemic as banking turmoil poisoned investor sentiment.