Oil Falls on Demand Concerns
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Oil prices edged lower on Tuesday, weighed down by concerns over demand and a strengthening U.S. dollar.
Why Blackstone Is Betting $7 Billion on Natural Gas
Private-equity firm Blackstone is making one of its biggest bets on the growth of natural gas production, wagering that even if gas prices remain stuck at depressed levels, it can profit.
Iranian President Threatens to Back Out of Nuclear Deal
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani threatened to revive his country's nuclear program if the U.S. continues to pile on sanctions, in a direct warning he is prepared to tear up a deal that set the stage for Iran's opening to the West.
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U.S. Crude-Oil Supplies Seen Decreasing in DOE Data
U.S. crude-oil inventories are expected to show a decrease of 3 million barrels in data due Wednesday from the Department of Energy. Gasoline supplies are expected to decrease by 1 million barrels
Defaults Increase for 'Green' Loans
PACE loans are designed to help homeowners make eco-friendly upgrades to their homes. But the number of people defaulting on their payments is on the rise, according to tax data.
KPMG to Pay $6.2 Million to Settle SEC Claims of Audit Failures
KPMG agreed to pay $6.2 million to settle SEC allegations that the accounting firm botched its audit of an oil-and-gas company, and the lead partner on the audit agreed to a suspension from auditing public companies.
Canadian Miner Targets Citgo in Venezuela Fight
A Canadian mining company trying to collect on a $1.4 billion judgment against Venezuela is trying to seize shares of U.S.-based refiner Citgo Holdings Inc. in lieu of payment.
Pemex Chief Took Bribes, Ex-Odebrecht Officials Say
Former officials of Brazilian construction firm say it gave $10 million in bribes to the head of Mexico's state-run oil firm Pemex, partly when he was helping President Enrique Peña Nieto get elected, according to documents and media reports.
Report Links North Korea Rocket Engines to Russia, Ukraine
The rocket engines North Korea has used in recent tests were probably acquired through illicit channels originating in Ukraine or Russia, where the complex rocket engine was designed, a Washington think tank wrote in a report Monday.
Foreign Solar Firms Gain Unexpected Support in Tariff Fight
An unusual alliance of green energy advocates and conservative free-trade organizations is clashing with U.S. solar-panel makers seeking trade tariffs on foreign rivals.
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August 15, 2017 16:15 ET (20:15 GMT)