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The United States is taking action against 15 South Sudanese oil-related entities in an attempt to stem the financial flow fuelling the country's civil war.
A senior official with Italian company Eni says the fastest and cheapest way to supply East Mediterranean gas to Europe and other regional markets is to utilize idle processing plants in Egypt to liquefy the mineral for transport.
Asian shares were mixed on Wednesday as some markets erased earlier gains ahead of the Federal Reserve's first meeting since the appointment of its new chair, Jerome Powell.
A federal judge presiding over lawsuits that accuse big oil companies of lying about global warming to protect their profits is turning his courtroom into a classroom in what could be the first hearing to study the science of climate change.
A lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's reversal of a ban on petroleum drilling in most of the Arctic Ocean and Atlantic underwater canyons can move forward.
An Oregon climate change activist has avoided jail time and been ordered to pay $3,775 after he was convicted of illegally shutting down a crude oil pipeline in Montana.
___ Zuckerberg asked to testify in UK; data firm's CEO suspended LONDON (AP) — A British parliamentary committee has summoned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg as authorities stepped up efforts to determine if the personal data of social media users has been used improperly to influence elections.
One of the units at a coal-fired power plant that serves customers in the southwestern United States has been taken offline as officials investigate a structural failure in one of its coal silos.
More time is needed to finish additional court-ordered environmental study of the Dakota Access oil pipeline due to difficulties in getting needed information from American Indian tribes fighting the project in court, according to federal officials.
Turkey's president says the country's new drillship will "very soon" begin exploratory drilling in the eastern Mediterranean Sea in response to an offshore gas search by the government of ethnically divided Cyprus.
As Prime Minister Theresa May solemnly told a packed House of Commons last week that she would expel 23 Russian diplomats over the nerve-agent attack on a former spy, British investors across town were lending millions of dollars to Moscow's state-controlled natural gas giant, Gazprom.
Asian shares were mixed Tuesday as some indexes recouped earlier losses set off by an overnight decline on Wall Street.
___ How Facebook likes could profile voters for manipulation NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook likes can tell a lot about a person.
Most global stock markets retreated Monday following Wall Street's gain and China's appointment of a new central bank governor and other top economic officials.
Greenpeace says household brands including PepsiCo and Johnson & Johnson are refusing to disclose where they get their palm oil from despite vows to stop buying from companies that cut down tropical forests to grow the widely used commodity.
Asian stock markets were mixed Monday following Wall Street's gain and China's appointment of a new central bank governor and other top economic officials.
The state oil company of the energy-rich capital of the United Arab Emirates says it has signed a deal worth $1.45 billion with French oil giant Total SA granting it stakes in offshore fields.
U.S. stocks are edging higher Friday morning as technology companies and banks make gains.
Republicans in Oklahoma are confronting a serious budget crisis that began after they took full control of state government in 2010.