Oil Prices Wane After OPEC's Output Cap Extension
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Oil prices started the week down, as the market appeared to look past OPEC's agreement late last week to extend its crude production cuts through the end of 2018.
EnCap Amasses New $7 Billion Fund to Invest in the Oil Patch
Houston private-equity firm has finished raising one of the largest energy-focused funds of the year
Rio Tinto's New Chairman Needs Tech Savvy and Iron Discipline
Rio's choice as chairman-boardroom veteran Simon Thompson-will placate investors worried about a return to risky deal making. Driving growth, however, will be trickier.
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Shell Strikes Deal to Develop Vast Australian Coal-Seam Gas Fields
Royal Dutch Shell has moved to unleash a massive natural-gas resource buried in coal deposits in eastern Australia in a development that will see fuel flow to its majority owned liquefied natural gas venture on the country's tropical coast.
Maersk Oil Gets Green Light For $3.2 Billion Tyra Field Redevelopment
Maersk Oil has been given the go-ahead to fully redevelop the Tyra gas field in the Danish North Sea.
OPEC Agrees to Limit Oil Output Through 2018
OPEC and a Russia-led group of big-oil producers agreed to keep limiting their output through the end of 2018, as they seek to provide assurance for an oil industry still working through a fragile recovery.
Icahn Considers Board Fight at SandRidge Energy
Investor Carl Icahn is venting his anger with SandRidge Energy a week after becoming its biggest shareholder and contemplating steps to overturn the company's board.
Power Shift: How Natural Gas and Renewables Dethroned King Coal
For decades, burning coal was mainly how power companies generated the electricity to cool homes, run factories, and brighten streets. But coal has faded, and natural gas last year passed it as the leading source of electricity in the U.S.
Top Oil Officials Are Detained in Venezuela for Alleged Corruption
Intelligence officers detained two former top ministers for alleged corruption in Venezuela, as President Nicolas Maduro consolidates power ahead of a reelection campaign.
Electricity Prices Plummet as Gas and Wind Gain Traction
The rapid rise of wind and natural gas as sources of electricity is roiling U.S. power markets, forcing more companies to close older generating plants.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
December 04, 2017 16:15 ET (21:15 GMT)