OIL AND GAS
N.D. tribes protest Interior's 'illegal taking' of riverbed
Native American tribes whose reservation sits at the center of the Bakken Shale oil field said the Trump administration illegally took their property last week when it issued a legal opinion dealing with ownership of the Missouri River.
OIL AND GAS
Colo. lawsuits could set precedent on methane rules
A group of local governments are suing Colorado over its methane regulations, saying the rules could harm their economies and that state officials overstepped their boundaries.
Chevron approves climate lobbying resolution
Chevron Corp.'s shareholders approved a proposal yesterday to disclose more information about the company's climate change lobbying, notching a win for activists who have been pushing oil companies to more completely address their climate risks.
What's next for oil? 3 questions answered
Oil prices started to recover last week after the coronavirus pandemic fueled a historic drop in both demand and production.
N.D. oil production sees largest 6-week drop in history
North Dakota oil production has fallen by approximately a third in the last six weeks as the coronavirus pandemic crushed energy demand, the state's top energy regulator said Friday.