DENVER An EnVen Energy Corp co-founder claims the chief executive of the offshore oil and gas producer provided misleading production and financial data to the board and forced him out as president, according to a lawsuit in a Texas court.
DENVER, June 26 An EnVen Energy Corp
co-founder claims the chief executive of the offshore oil and
gas producer provided misleading production and financial data
to the board and forced him out as president, according to a
lawsuit in a Texas court.
DENVER/HOUSTON Kinder Morgan Inc can begin work on a $2 billion natural gas pipeline without having the Texas energy regulator approve its proposed route, a state judge ruled on Tuesday.
DENVER/NEW YORK Pat Grimes, head of U.S. trading for AOT Energy Americas LLC, has left the firm, two sources familiar with the matter said this week.
Denver Privately held NAmerico Energy Holdings will launch an open season this week to secure shippers for a refined products pipeline that will run from the refinery complex at Corpus Christi to Brownsville, Texas, the company said on Thursday.
HOUSTON, Feb 5 Two of the founders of Rice
Energy, which EQT Corp bought in 2017, are pushing for a change
in the company's strategy and replacement of its board due to
its ongoing underperformance.
HOUSTON, Feb 5 The founders of Rice Energy on
Tuesday outlined a plan to turn around EQT Corporation,
rebuking its performance a year and a half after the two
companies merged and proposing it replace its chief executive
officer and board.
HOUSTON Activist investor Fir Tree Partners on Monday called on oil producer Halcon Resources Corp to appoint two independent directors to its board, threatening a proxy fight at the next shareholder meeting if it fails to do so or fails to put itself up for sale.
Shares of oilfield services provider Weatherford International Plc rose on Friday despite an earnings miss, as Wall Street focused on free cash flow generation and improved earnings.
HOUSTON, Feb 1U.S. metals importers that applied
last year for exemptions from tariffs on steel and aluminum are
losing hope the Commerce Department will approve their
petitions, as the recent government shutdown added to a wait
that for some has stretched to eight months without a ruling.