Oil Prices Stuck in 'Limbo'
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Oil prices were mainly flat as the market held steady in a newfound, higher range for crude.
Saudi Arabia, Russia Want Oil Output Limits Through 2018
Top oil producers Saudi Arabia and Russia want to extend their agreement to limit petroleum production until the end of 2018 in their continuing effort to cut the global oil oversupply, people familiar with the matter said.
South Korean Opposition Leader Presses U.S. for Nuclear Weapons
The head of South Korea's conservative opposition party is urging the Trump administration to redeploy tactical nuclear weapons to South Korea to help counter threats from North Korea and change the dynamics on the peninsula.
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Vistra Energy Nears Deal to Buy Dynegy
Vistra Energy and Dynegy, two big independent power producers, are in advanced talks to combine and could announce a deal as soon as next week.
Judge Rules Peabody Energy Bankruptcy Blocks Global-Warming Lawsuits
A judge ruled Peabody Energy is protected by its recent bankruptcy from global-warming lawsuits brought by California coastal communities against fossil-fuel companies.
Emergency Manager to Be Installed at Puerto Rico Power Utility
Federal officials supervising Puerto Rico's finances are installing an emergency manager at the island's public electricity utility, an attempt to course-correct a disaster response that has come under congressional scrutiny.
U.S., China Funds Land Asian Renewable-Energy Giant
Private-equity firm Global Infrastructure Partners, China's sovereign-wealth fund and one of the largest Canadian pension investment managers have agreed to buy Equis Energy in a $3.7 billion deal.
U.S. Oil Inventories Rise, But Fuel Supplies Fall
U.S. inventories of oil unexpectedly increased by 856,000 barrels, but gasoline and other fuel supplies fell sharply, according to data from the Energy Information Administration.
Aker BP Buys Hess Assets
The joint venture formed by Norway's Aker and BP has bolstered its presence on the Norwegian Continental Shelf with the $2 billion acquisition of Hess Norge.
A New CEO Isn't the Cure for BHP's Ills
Big BHP shareholder Elliott is agitating for a board review of management-but the miner's current leadership isn't really the problem.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
October 26, 2017 07:15 ET (11:15 GMT)