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Oil Falls On Trump's China Trade Remarks
U.S. oil prices erased overnight increases and turned lower after President Trump says he has "no deadline" to conclude a trade deal with China.
Oil Trading in Sweet Spot Adds to Improving Economic Signals
Oil prices have stayed in a contained range that analysts say benefits both producers and consumers, bolstering hopes that the global economy can rebound.
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OPEC and Aramco Are Too Close for Comfort
Saudi Arabia's push to extend OPEC's oil production cuts justifies investor concerns about the company's close relationship with the state.
Iran Cut Off From Vital Reserves, U.S. Says
While Iran's sanction-battered economy has sparked protests across the nation, U.S. officials cite new intelligence suggesting Tehran's finances are more dire than previously thought and are bringing it closer to a financial crisis.
Repsol Targets Net-Zero Emissions in Strategic Shift
Spanish energy company Repsol is aiming to cut emissions to net-zero by 2050 and said it would take a multibillion euro impairment charge against its oil and gas assets.
PG&E Had Systemic Problems With Power Line Maintenance, California Probe Finds
PG&E failed to adequately inspect and maintain its transmission lines for years before a faulty line started the deadliest fire in California history, a state investigation has found.
Senate Confirms Former Lobbyist Dan Brouillette as Energy Secretary
The Senate confirmed Dan Brouillette as energy secretary, putting another former advocate for business interests in charge of the Trump administration's energy policy.
Apache Shares Plunge Following Scant Update on Oil Prospect
Apache released a sparse progress report on its project to drill for oil off the coast of Suriname that raised more questions than answers, leading its shares to fall about 14%.
Energy Buyout Pioneer William Macaulay Dies at 74
William Macaulay, a pioneer of energy buyouts who helped turn First Reserve Corp. into one of the world's largest energy-focused private-equity firms, died last week at 74.