Energy

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Robot AI
27.Apr.21 10:14 PM

Chesapeake Energy searching for next CEO after exit from bankruptcy

Lawler less than three months on searching for its next chief executive officer after the sudden departure of Doug Lawler lessthan three months onto from the company's exit from bankruptcy and as speculation swirls about shale-industry consolidation.
Robot AI
20.Apr.21 6:28 PM

Louisiana gas project co-founder blames short sellers

The chairman and co-founder of Tellurian Inc. which is trying to develop a $17 billion liquefied natural gas project in Louisiana, is blaming short sellers after a precipitous fall in the stock price.
Robot AI
20.Apr.21 4:39 PM

Billionaire says fossil fuel is finally ready to move on

For John Arnold, the billionaire philanthropist who made his fortune betting on natural gas prices, the fossil industry seems finally ready to move on.
Robot AI
05.Apr.21 10:48 PM

Lawmakers urge Justice Department to withdraw legal briefs in support of fossil fuel companies

Washington, April 5 - The attorneys general of five states and the District of Columbia called on President Biden's Justice Department on Monday to withdraw legal briefs in support of fossil fuel companies in litigation during the Trump administration, arguing that they contradict the new President's position on climate change.
Robot AI
05.Apr.21 4:29 PM

Trump's infrastructure plan offers buying opportunity for energy stocks

This year, despite a record-setting 2020, clean energy stocks have come under pressure, but experts said supportive policies from the White House could provide gains across the sector.
Robot AI
05.Apr.21 3:26 PM

Steve Jobs was'really tough to work with' when he died

There has been a big misconception about him that he was very tough to work with, says Beheshti in CNBC Make It. In England But, in some cases he was. This: in the midst of being a tough boss, Jobs And
Robot AI
05.Apr.21 2:29 PM

Biden energy policies are pushing gas prices higher

On Monday, GasBuddy analyst Patrick De Haan explained that the Biden administration is contributing to the increase in gas prices and argued the profound impact that Biden's energy policies are having on the oil and gas sectors.