Exxon Mobil Profits Dip on Natural-Gas Glut
Lower prices due to abundant supply helped drive Exxon's natural-gas profits down by about half.
Armstrong Energy Succumbs to Coal Slump
The Western Kentucky coal producer's bankruptcy illustrates the challenges facing President Trump's vision of a coal industry revival.
Williams Cos. Names John Chandler as CFO
The new finance chief, who replaces Don Chappel, is an energy industry veteran with longstanding ties to Williams.
EQT to Acquire Rice Energy
The $6.7 billion transaction would make EQT the largest producer of natural gas in the U.S.
Devon Energy to Sell $1B in Upstream Assets
The divestitures are part of the energy producer's program to sell from $2 billion to $3 billion in assets this year.
Clean Tech Firm Quantum Fuel Files Chapter 11
The maker of alternative fuel-storage tanks for the trucking industry is seeking a buyer through the bankruptcy process.
Total SA Faces U.S. Probes of Commodity Trading
The FERC said that Total traders made money-losing gas purchases designed to benefit other trading positions during 2009 to 2012.