ExxonMobil has reopened the racks at its Baton Rouge gasoline terminal after it shut the facility down because of problems involving more than 5 million gallons of unleaded regular fuel. More »
Benchmark U.S. crude gained 67 cents to close at $100.29 a barrel. More »
West Texas Intermediate crude fell the most since March 12 on speculation that U.S. inventories gained for an 11th week and as a gauge of manufacturing rose less than expected. Brent slipped. More »
State and federal regulators looking for what caused an explosion at a liquefied natural gas facility on the Washington-Oregon border began interviewing injured workers Tuesday as an evacuation order covering hundreds of nearby residents was lifted. More »
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. was charged on Tuesday with federal felony counts involving safety violations linked to a deadly 2010 natural gas pipeline explosion in the San Francisco Bay Area. More »
A judge granted a delay until Aug. 6.
The price of oil fell Tuesday, dented by soft Chinese manufacturing figures and Russia’s withdrawal of a small number of troops from the forces massed along its border with Ukraine. More »
A large explosion rocked a natural gas processing plant on the Washington-Oregon border Monday, injuring five workers. More »
Markets were looking ahead to a report on China’s manufacturing sector.
The Coast Guard says crews didn’t find any more oil during the latest search of the Lake Michigan shore following last week’s spill at BP’s northwestern Indiana refinery. More »
Some ecological experts fear the 168,000 gallons of oil spilled a week ago in Galveston Bay and now drifting south in the Gulf of Mexico could have lasting effects on the undersea ecosystem. More »
Poland’s gas giant PGNiG says it has signed an agreement with Chevron to jointly hunt for shale gas in southwestern Poland in a move to speed up the exploration. More »