As prices drop in Asia, LNG exporters are once again attracted to European markets.
A BTU Analytics expert describes how environmental opposition in the Northeast creates pipelines to nowhere.
Former ExxonMobil CEO provided hints to the direction U.S. foreign policy will take during his Senate confirmation hearing.
Law firm partners see Trump’s protectionist sound bites as potential threat.
Stratas Advisors tracks updates on North American projects.
Both Texas and the oil and gas industry stand to benefit from a Trump administration approach, Dan Patrick tells TPA.
Trump's support of tax plan could help U.S. crude oil exporters, but also raise prices for domestic consumers.
An expanded Panama Canal opens up opportunities for U.S. exporters, especially in LNG and ethane markets.
Navigating through a Mexican energy industry in the midst of a cultural sea change isn’t easy, but Howard Energy is making it work.
We speak with attorneys Jaime Treviño and Carlos Chavez about the status of Mexico's energy reform, the opportunities it provides and the challenges that U.S. companies might encounter in making deals to move natural gas to that growing economy.
Projects such as Dakota Access will still face resistance, but the new president will be able to accelerate the process through his appointments.
Two 20-year, fixed-priced contracts with buyers in India and Japan anchor the construction of the liquefaction plant at Cove Point, Md.