Energy

Oil prices inch up, drop in southern Iraq exports supports

Oil prices inched up on Tuesday, supported by declining exports from southern Iraq.

Energy

Watch for Japan to quicken nuclear power restarts after polls

Jonathan Cobb, spokesman, World Nuclear Association, says Japan may have the political room to quicken restarts of nuclear reactors after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's resounding win in snap polls.

Energy

Japan needs to change its energy mix to hit carbon targets: expert

Masakazu Toyoda, chairman and CEO, the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan, says the country needs to change its energy mix to hit Paris climate accord targets, but it will be hard to do because of costs.

Energy

IEA sees compliance with OPEC-led output curbs at 85% to 86%

Keisuke Sadamori, director energy markets and security, IEA, said that the Paris-based agency sees overall compliance with the OPEC-led oil output curbs at 85 percent to 86 percent overall since January.

Energy

Cramer Remix: The oil market is alive and may be ready to start kicking

Jim Cramer drilled into Schlumberger’s stock and what the company’s latest commentary means for the industry as a whole.

Energy

More than 5% of Saudi Aramco could be offered beyond IPO, billionaire Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal says

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal said Saudi Arabia could publicly list a bigger portion of Saudi Aramco in the coming years.

Energy

US states and cities are still working on climate change efforts

Jose Maria Figueres, president, Carbon War Room, says cities and states in the U.S. are working on climate change plans even as President Donald Trump has moved to withdraw the country from a global effort.

Energy

Oil prices rise on tightening supply, strong demand

Oil prices rose over supply concerns in the Middle East and as the U.S. market showed further signs of tightening.

Energy

We're not walking away from climate change: US State Dept

The U.S. still wants to be part of the conversation of climate change and is looking for the best possible deal for Americans, says John McCarrick of the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Energy Resources.

Energy

US warns public about attacks on energy, industrial firms

The U.S government issued a rare public warning that sophisticated hackers are targeting energy and industrial firms.

Energy

Venezuela is blowing debt payments ahead of a huge, make-or-break bill

One week before Venezuela faces a critical debt payment, the distressed petrostate is a week late on a series of smaller bills.

Energy

US spies can make it harder to do business with Iran. Here's how, says CIA chief Mike Pompeo

CIA Director Mike Pompeo said the Trump administration can make it harder for Iran to meddle in regional affairs.

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