News Highlights: Top Energy News of the Day
Oil Remains Lower as U.S. Inventories Rise
Nymex crude remained lower as EIA data showed an unexpected weekly climb in U.S. crude supplies.
IEA Cuts Oil Demand Forecast as Supply Tightens
Global oil supply dropped in April as falling production from sanction-hit Iran and dwindling supply in non-OPEC nations buoyed crude prices to a five-month high.
MGE Aims for Net-Zero Carbon Electricity by 2050
MGE Energy's Madison Gas and Electric said it set a goal of net-zero carbon electricity for its customers by 2050.
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Attacks to Raise Security, Insurance Costs for Persian Gulf Oil Shipments
Recent attacks on Saudi Arabian oil tankers and pipelines are set to increase the cost of insuring and securing crude shipments in the Persian Gulf region, added expenses that will likely lead to higher oil prices, industry executives say.
RWE On Track After Strong 1Q
RWE said its adjusted net income in the first quarter rose to EUR273 million, driven by a good overall trading performance, and confirmed its 2019 forecasts.
OPEC Oil Production Falls as Iranian Supply Dwindles
In its closely watched monthly oil market report, OPEC said supply fell from Iran and Saudi Arabia in April but the drop was mostly mitigated by rising output from Nigeria and Iraq.
Saudi Arabia Oil Pipeline Damaged in Drone Attack by Houthi Rebels
Saudi Arabia said it halted pumping on a major oil pipeline after it was hit by armed drones, the latest attack on its energy infrastructure after two of its oil tankers were damaged near the Strait of Hormuz over the weekend.
How Automation Is Changing the Workplace at Duke Energy
CFO Steve Young says software is reducing the number of labor hours needed. But, he says, the remaining work is more rewarding.