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AU Pushes for Sudan Talks

The African Union has mounted pressure on oil-producing Sudan and South Sudan as it seeks to bring the two back to the negotiating table amid hostilities along their oil-rich border.  More »

At Summit, a Struggle for Consensus

Leaders of the Group of Eight major economies struggled to agree on next steps to calm Europe’s debt crisis, with consensus coming more easily on ways to cushion the world from an Iranian oil embargo.  More »

Chesapeake Cuts Pay, Travel for Board

Chesapeake Energy said board members will take a 20% pay cut and no longer have personal use of company aircraft, the latest move by the embattled natural-gas company to placate critics.  More »

Seaway Oil Pipeline Starts First Flow

Enterprise Products Partners and Enbridge said Saturday that the Seaway pipeline has started to accept crude oil at the Cushing, Okla. storage hub for delivery to the U.S. Gulf Coast.  More »

Seaway Crude Oil Pipeline Starts First Flow

Enterprise Products Partners and Enbridge said Saturday that the Seaway pipeline has started to accept crude oil at the Cushing, Okla. storage hub for delivery to the U.S. Gulf Coast.  More »

G-8 Leaders to Discuss Economic Woes

Leaders of the world’s eight richest economies gathered in Camp David, Md., Saturday to discuss how to deal with the European debt crisis amid fresh concerns that it could spark widespread financial turmoil.  More »

Chesapeake Cuts Pay, Jet Travel for Board

Chesapeake Energy said board members will take a 20% pay cut and no longer have personal use of company aircraft, the latest move by the embattled natural-gas company to placate critics.  More »

Europe Enters a Greek Standoff With Oil Price

Oil’s pullback offers some relief on inflation. But if it comes thanks to a collapse in confidence centered on the euro zone, that will be a pyrrhic victory at best.  More »

Budget Crisis Sparks Fight Among Unions

The ranks of Connecticut’s public-sector unions are being roiled by a labor brawl amid lingering anger over billions of dollars in concessions made during last year’s state budget crisis.  More »

Repsol: Exploratory Well Off Cuba Not Successful

Spanish oil company Repsol said an exploratory well in Cuban waters wasn’t successful and will be capped.  More »

Chesapeake Cuts Board Compensation

Chesapeake Energy is cutting total compensation for its board members by 20%, the latest move by the natural-gas company to quell criticism over its corporate governance.  More »

Natural-Gas Prices Rally 5.7%

Natural-gas prices jumped 5.7%, settling at their highest level in five months. Forecasts of warmer-than-normal temperatures are expected to heat up demand for the fuel.  More »

Crude Skids for Sixth Straight Day

Oil futures slid for the sixth session in a row, settling at their lowest level in nearly seven months and setting yet another new low for the year.  More »

Europe’s Mexican Stand-Off With Oil

Oil’s pullback offers some relief on inflation. But if it comes thanks to a collapse in confidence centered on the euro zone, that will be a pyrrhic victory at best.  More »

College Tuition Fight Surges in Texas

The national debate over the cost of a college degree is roiling the University of Texas’s flagship campus, where the school’s president has been at odds with board members and Governor Rick Perry over the wisdom of raising tuition.  More »
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