The Real 'War on Coal' Is in China
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China's president Xi Jinping has made a commitment to a "better" - not just richer - life for Chinese citizens. That, combined with slowing industry in China, spells trouble for the dirtiest type of fuel.
Brazil's Petrobras Posts Profit
Brazilian state-run oil company Petróleo Brasileiro SA, or Petrobras, eked out a slim profit in the third quarter amid higher oil prices, though high interest expenses weighed on its bottom line.
Energy Sector's Goodwill Impairments Slump as Oil Prices Rebound
The amount and number of goodwill impairments recorded by the energy sector declined dramatically in 2016 as crude oil prices recovered from 12-year lows, according to a study by the Financial Executives Research Foundation and valuation firm Duff & Phelps LLC.
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EU's Mogherini Rebuffs U.S. Calls to Ratchet Up Pressure on Iran
The European Union's top diplomat rebuffed calls from Washington to ratchet up pressure on Iran, saying the bloc has no plans to discuss new sanctions on Tehran.
Venezuelan Officials Offer Few Details During Debt Restructuring Talks
Venezuelan officials provided few details about how they would move forward with a planned debt restructuring during a brief meeting with bondholders at the presidential palace Monday afternoon.
Oil Futures Mixed After OPEC Report
Oil futures were mixed Monday after major oil producers said their output fell last month.
Pacific Drilling Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection
Pacific Drilling, an international offshore oil and gas drilling business, filed for bankruptcy Sunday in a bid to restructure about $3 billion in debt.
GE Cuts Dividend, Slashes Profit Goals Amid Restructuring
GE slashed its 2018 profit forecast and said it was cutting its dividend by half, as the 125-year-old industrial conglomerate seeks to preserve cash for a restructuring under new Chief Executive John Flannery that will focus on three core units.
OPEC Defends Policy Ahead of Crucial Meeting
OPEC delivered a defense of its oil-production policies, signaling its members are prepared to continue trying to support crude prices by withholding supplies through next year.
Brazil Faces Offshore Oil Dilemma
Brazil's federal government will soon start receiving crude oil from a huge offshore field known as Libra. But the government has no tanker ships to move the oil, no terminals to store it, and no refineries to process it.
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November 14, 2017 04:15 ET (09:15 GMT)