For years, proposed U.S. LNG projects could count on the government to extend their export licenses. But a recent policy change means extensions may be harder to come by, leaving delayed LNG projects stuck on the drawing board.
Gas producer Cheniere is pushing ahead with U.S. LNG expansion at its Corpus Christi terminal and proposed expansion of its Sabine Pass terminal.
By the end of 2023, state-run YPF plans to drill one or two horizontal wells in the new shale play Palermo Aike, targeting 6.6 billion barrels of recoverable oil resources.
France’s Société Générale pulled out of Rio Grande LNG. The project in south Texas still intends to move forward, but financial headwinds have recently increased.
Against a backdrop of the U.S. dollar crisis, state-run Bangladesh oil and gas firm Petrobangla is having trouble meeting its payments.
The recent gradual easing of U.S. sanctions on the country is calling attention to Venezuela's gas flaring.
The halt to HSBC oil and gas direct financing of new fields sets new standards for all banks committed to net zero, say experts.
Is a new UK LNG partnership with the U.S. worth the paper it is written on?
Two patches of oil-producing acreage operated by PetroEcuador in the Amazon jungle of eastern Ecuador shed light on the growing political and environmental risks of extracting fossil fuels that account for the bulk of the country’s export revenue.