Asian markets rose on Wednesday as traders awaited a third interest rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve for this year.
Amnesty International is accusing a contractor involved in building a stadium for the 2022 FIFA World Cup of not paying its workers.
Environmental and tribal groups asked Minnesota regulators on Tuesday to reconsider their approval of Enbridge Energy's plans to replace its aging Line 3 crude oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.
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Opponents of the California gas tax increase passed by state legislators last year to finance infrastructure improvements are proposing a new ballot measure for 2020 aimed at creating a new financing arrangement and eliminating the state's high speed rail project.
U.S. stock indexes are slightly higher Tuesday morning as energy companies continue to rise with oil prices.
U.S. stocks finished mostly lower Tuesday as rising interest rates hurt shares of companies that pay big dividends and higher oil prices affected transportation and shipping companies.
A judge reinstated an oil and gas lease on land in northwestern Montana considered sacred to some tribes in the U.S. and Canada — a ruling that could test the depths of the Trump administration's support for the energy industry.
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Oil prices hovered near a four-year high on Tuesday after the oil cartel decided not to increase production over the weekend.
Hopi tribal officials are calling on the federal government to explore other options for the Navajo Generating Station near Page.
Asian stock markets were mixed Tuesday after a Chinese government report accusing the Trump administration of bullying other countries, dampening hopes for a settlement in their escalating tariff war.
Five world powers and Iran agreed late Monday to establish a financial facility in the European Union to facilitate payments for Iranian imports and exports including oil, a key move sought by Tehran following the U.S. pullout from the 2015 nuclear deal and its re-imposition of sanctions.
The board of a Georgia utility has voted to continue the expansion of a nuclear power plant that's years behind schedule and billions of dollars over budget.
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OPEC isn’t the only group who feels shale has an expiration date.
The developer of the Keystone XL oil pipeline says it plans to start construction next year, after the U.S. State Department concluded major environmental damage from a leak is unlikely and could quickly be mitigated.
Iran's oil minister says the United States will not succeed in its plans to halt Iranian crude exports even as he acknowledged that South Korea has stopped buying oil from Tehran.
Shares have fallen in Europe and Asia after China reportedly rebuffed a plan for talks with the U.S. on resolving their dispute over trade and technology.
China has raised tariffs on $60 billion of U.S. imports in an escalation of their fight over technology policy following a deadline for President Donald Trump's latest increase.