Santos Ltd. is considering sending natural gas through a pipeline to the northern Australian coast to feed a potential expansion of ConocoPhillips’s export project after shelving plans to process the fuel at sea.
Consumers in the U.S. will probably pay the most ever for meat this grilling season as costs for pork and beef surge, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. named two managing directors, John Anderson and Mike Camacho, to take over from Blythe Masters as co-heads of global commodities after the bank pulls back from physical products.
The cost of a dozen eggs at U.S. grocery stores has climbed to the highest since 2008 as demand for the food usually scrambled, fried or poached shifts to coloring and hiding for the Easter holiday.
J.P. Morgan Asset Management hired John Anderson from Gartmore Investment Management Ltd. to be a portfolio manager in its fixed-income team.
A Virginia man charged with participating in what he thought was an al-Qaeda plot to bomb Metrorail subway stations in the Washington area will be held without bail, a U.S. magistrate judge said.
A federal appeals court in New Orleans set an expedited hearing date for arguments over whether to lift a moratorium on deep-water drilling. The hearing is scheduled for July 8.
Eliza Montgomery works as a scientist at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center helping figure out how to grow lettuce in zero gravity.
R. Allen Stanford, the onetime Caribbean banking tycoon found guilty of helming a $7 billion investment fraud, was brought down by his own arrogance and greed, jurors said.
General Electric Co. is seeking $6 billion in contracts out of Australia by the end of the decade as it taps the country’s growing role as a supplier of liquefied natural gas, iron ore and wind power.
"For these fields and the development we were looking at, this was not seen to be economic enough for the venture."
- John Anderson on Jun 19, 2014