The U.S. oil industry is recovering from its struggles in the past few weeks. The decline started after rumors about Iran providing fewer supplies emerged.
As temperature plunges six degrees Celsius below the average, Northwestern Europe worries about inadequate natural gas storage.
State-run firms were not able to meet the target oil output, prompting the India's DGH to look for a better resolution.
The public and opposition are criticizing the UK government's support for Brazil's oil efforts.
Traditional power companies are about to deal with disruption because of the emergence of startup challengers and renewable energy sources.
Oil-producing companies are laying out their backup plans to cushion any impact of U.S. President Donald Trump's America First Energy policy.
Russia’s oil and gas industry reached record-high numbers this September, but a former government official warns that supplies will last only up to two decades.