HOUSTON Exxon Mobil Corp told employees it would begin suspending the employer match to retirement savings plans beginning in early October, said sources who received a message from the company on Tuesday.
NEW YORK/HOUSTON, Aug 4 U.S. oil refining
capacity this year could decline by the largest amount in nearly
a decade as pandemic-related travel curbs and a fire shut
several plants, reversing years of small gains.
HOUSTON Marathon Petroleum plans to permanently close two small U.S. oil refineries in Martinez, California, and Gallup, New Mexico, the company said, eliminating 800 jobs in response to lower fuels demand.
HOUSTON The U.S. Chemical Safety Board, which has only one board member instead of the usual five, on Friday postponed a scheduled public meeting that was to include discussion of its plans to operate even as President Donald Trump pushes to shut the watchdog agency responsible for probing major chemical accidents.
HOUSTON, July 31 The U.S. Chemical Safety Board,
which has only one board member instead of the usual five, was
to meet on Friday despite efforts by President Donald Trump to
wind down the federal watchdog agency responsible for probing
major industrial accidents.
HOUSTON Hurricane Hanna pummeled the south Texas coast on Saturday night with howling winds and a surging sea that threatened a broad area already contending with an intense spike in coronavirus deaths.
HOUSTON Residents in several south Texas communities were urged to evacuate on Friday ahead of a storm expected to bring hurricane winds and heavy rain this weekend.
HOUSTON, July 24 Energy companies said on Friday
there have been no evacuations of workers or shutdowns of
production from their offshore platforms in the U.S.-regulated
northern Gulf of Mexico because of Tropical Storm Hanna.
NEW YORK/HOUSTON U.S. refineries have sustained fewer mechanical outages as production has fallen because of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, according to data from energy intelligence service Industrial Info Resources.