News Highlights: Top Energy News of the Day
Oil Rises on Progress in U.S.-China Trade Talks
Oil futures rallied, with U.S. prices up 4% to their highest finish in almost two weeks, following news that the U.S. will delay tariffs on certain Chinese products until December.
U.S. Crude-Oil Stockpiles Likely to Fall in DOE Data, Analysts Say
U.S. crude-oil stocks are expected to decline 2.1 million barrels while gasoline stockpiles are expected to rise by 100,000 barrels, according to a survey of analysts and traders.
Shareholders Have No Love for Shale Companies
American shale companies have never pumped more. They have never been loved less. A broad index of U.S. oil-and-gas company shares fell last week to the lowest point since it was created during the early days of the shale boom in 2006.
Peabody Energy Wins Appeal Over Bankruptcy Exit Plan
A federal appeals court has ruled in favor of Peabody Energy in a dispute with hedge funds that sought a bigger slice of the coal mining company when it emerged from chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2017.
Reliance Industries Surges on Aramco Deal
Reliance Industries Ltd. shares rose as much as 12% in the first hour of trading, adding nearly $11 billion to its market capitalization as investors cheered news that Saudi Aramco is planning to take a 20% stake.
States Sue Trump Administration Over Rollback of Power-Plant Rules
More than 20 states are suing the Trump administration over its rollback of climate-change regulations for power plants in what could be a landmark case deciding what the federal government's responsibility is for fighting global warming.
Uranium Giant Cameco Can't Catch a Break
Jitters over a nuclear accident in Russia, while they won't affect civilian nuclear demand, are the latest in a cascade of negative sentiment for the Canadian company.
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Sanchez Energy Files for Bankruptcy, Casualty of Commodity Price Volatility
Sanchez Energy Corp. filed for bankruptcy protection after struggling with slumping energy prices, volatile markets and a dispute with Blackstone Group.
Aramco Bulks Up on Refining With $15 Billion Deal
Saudi Aramco is buying a stake in Reliance's energy business, worth some $15 billion including debt, a move that would help match its enormous crude production with refining capacity, as it gears up for its planned IPO.