Russia, Saudi Arabia Clash Ahead of OPEC Meeting
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Russia and Saudi Arabia are trying to hammer out differences over petroleum output ahead of OPEC's meeting, highlighting the fragility of an energy alliance between the world's two largest crude-oil producers.
Hopes for OPEC Action Boost Banks' Oil-Price Forecasts
Banks raised their oil-price forecasts for the second month in a row in November amid mounting expectations that OPEC and other big producers will reach a deal to support the market.
Oil Falls After Unexpected Rise in U.S. Inventories
Oil prices fell after data showed an unexpected increase in U.S. crude inventories and as major oil producing nations met to discuss a potential extension of their deal to reduce supply.
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Shell's Gift to Investors Could Prove Premature
Shell is finally scrapping its much-hated scrip-dividend program, with its accompanying shareholder dilution. Great news-but a closer look at the company's financials and strategy raises some questions.
EPA Chief Scott Pruitt Signals His Environmental Strategy
EPA administrator Scott Pruitt indicated how he plans to protect the environment in a visit to Walt Disney World's food-waste program.
GOP Closes In on Opening Arctic Wildlife Refuge to Drilling
Oil companies and their allies are getting closer to opening the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to drilling for the first time as congressional Republicans seek to use the tax overhaul to end the nearly 40-year debate.
U.S. Crude-Oil Supplies Seen Decreasing in DOE Data
U.S. crude-oil inventories are expected to show a decrease of 1.9 million barrels in data due Wednesday from the Department of Energy. Gasoline stockpiles are expected to rise by 600,000 barrels on average.
Tesla Truck Gets an Order from DHL as Shippers Give New Vehicle a Try
Deutsche Post's DHL said Tuesday it has preordered 10 of Tesla's Semi trucks, joining a growing list of large transportation companies looking to test the all-electric vehicles.
Shell to Pay Its Dividend in Cash in Latest Sign of Health for Big Oil
Royal Dutch Shell said it would begin paying its dividend only in cash, a fresh sign that big oil companies are trying to reward investors after struggling with three years of falling oil prices.
Oil Prices Chase $60 After a Year of Surging Demand
The price of oil in the U.S. has climbed to levels not seen since 2015, as unexpectedly strong global growth has helped soak up a supply glut that plagued the market for years.
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November 29, 2017 07:15 ET (12:15 GMT)