Enbridge Inc., Canada’s largest pipeline owner, won regulatory approval to reverse and expand a portion of its Line 9 system, allowing for more shipments of western crude oil to refineries in Quebec.
The head of Royal Dutch Shell Plc said the U.K.’s largest oil producer wants Scotland to vote no in this year’s independence referendum, echoing comments made by his counterpart at BP Plc.
Faroe Petroleum Plc, a U.K. oil and gas explorer focused on the North Sea, rose the most in 2 1/2 years after a discovery off Norway.
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Abu Dhabi National Energy Co. and partners will pay $1.6 billion in cash and assumed debt to buy two hydroelectric power plants in India from Jaiprakash Power Ventures Ltd. in a deal expected to close this year.
Norway’s oil industry, where Statoil ASA controls more than 70 percent of output, needs more competition to reduce costs and increase recovery rates, the head of state oil company Petoro AS said.