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Crude futures eased Monday, knocked by concerns whether ongoing production cuts by producers in the Middle East and Russia was enough to offset the increasing U.S. oil being pumped into the still oversupplied market.
Pembina to Buy Veresen for $4.3 Billion
Pembina Pipeline agreed to buy Veresen for about $4.3 billion in a deal that combines two Canadian energy companies as prices stabilize.
EU Bolsters Support for Iran Nuclear Accord
The European Union rallied behind Iran's nuclear deal during a high-level visit to the country over the weekend, vowing to safeguard the accord despite U.S. threats to scrap it and pledging to support the Islamic Republic's economy.
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Iran Signals It Is Prepared to Extend Oil-Production Cap
Iran signaled its readiness to cap its oil output until the end of the year in order to extend an OPEC-led agreement to cut production, backing Saudi Arabia's push to raise prices.
Put a Kitten in Your Tank: Big Oil Gets Less Bold
Exxon Mobil and Chevron quarterly results show a shifting emphasis that will affect big oil's results in future commodity cycles.
U.K. Regulator Launches Probe of KBR Tied to Unaoil
The U.K. Serious Fraud Office said it has opened an investigation into the local units of engineering company KBR Inc. over suspicions of bribery and corruption linked to its relationship with Monaco-based Unaoil S.A.M.
Nuverra Environmental Files for Bankruptcy Protection
Nuverra Environmental Solutions, Inc. filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday, attempting to lock in a restructuring deal with senior lenders that will leave some unsecured creditors unpaid.
Exxon, Chevron Earnings Point to Industry Recovery
The world's biggest oil companies are seeing their highest profits in more than a year, an early signal that they may be turning a corner on their long path to recovery.
Appeals Court Delays Case on Obama EPA Greenhouse Gas Rules
A federal appeals court put on hold a blockbuster case examining the Obama administration's signature environmental rules limiting greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, a boost for the Trump administration.
NextEra May Face Elliott Management in Deal Talks on Oncor
As NextEra Energy Inc. looks to salvage the $18.7 billion deal to buy Oncor Electric Delivery Co., the profitable operating subsidiary of bankrupt Energy Future Holdings Corp., the company will have to find a way to appease Paul Singer's Elliott Management Corp., which has recently taken a big position in Energy Future's debt, according to people familiar with the matter.
Norway Oil Fund Closes on $1 Trillion Valuation
Norway's sovereign-wealth fund, the world's biggest, moved closer to a $1 trillion valuation after announcing a 3.8% return on its investments in the first quarter of this year, helped by a strong performance from its stock-market portfolio.
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May 01, 2017 11:15 ET (15:15 GMT)