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Greek Worries Dent U.S. Futures

U.S. stock futures lost ground as European markets were hit by increased political turmoil in Greece, offsetting a rise in U.S. small-business confidence.  More »

Statoil Profit Falls

Norwegian oil giant Statoil posted lower first-quarter profit on the year in the first quarter, mainly attributable to one-off sales gains a year earlier as well as higher taxes.  More »

U.S. Envoy to Assess India on Iran Oil

A U.S. special energy envoy, Carlos Pascual, will visit India next week to assess Indian oil refineries’ capabilities to shift crude imports from Iran to other suppliers, an evaluation that will help determine what New Delhi needs to do to head off U.S…  More »

U.S. Foiled Bomb Plot

The CIA thwarted an al Qaeda suicide-bombing plot. An explosive device intended to be used by a terrorist on an airline was recovered, a U.S. official said. The device was “very similar” to those used by al Qaeda’s offshoot in Yemen.  More »

Tepco Announces New President

Tokyo Electric Power Co. has tapped the man in charge of compensation issues as president of the embattled utility.  More »

Tepco Announces New President

Tokyo Electric Power Co. has tapped the man in charge of compensation issues as president of the embattled utility.  More »

Temasek Invests in Cheniere Energy

Singapore state investment firm Temasek Holdings and private-equity firm RRJ Capital will jointly invest $468 million in the Houston-based liquefied natural gas company Cheniere Energy.  More »

Temasek Invests in Cheniere Energy

Singapore state investment firm Temasek Holdings and private-equity firm RRJ Capital will jointly invest $468 million in the Houston-based liquefied natural gas company Cheniere Energy.  More »

Dinosaurs’ Gas May Have Warmed Air

Gassy dinosaurs may have spewed so much methane into the air that it could have helped warm the climate tens of millions of years ago, a team of U.K. scientists reported.  More »

Clinton Praises India Pullback on Iran Oil

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who is on a three-day visit to India, praised New Delhi for beginning to reduce oil purchases from Iran but stopped short of saying whether the country had done enough to avoid targeted U.S. sanctions.  More »

Dinosaurs’ Gas May Have Warmed Air

Gassy dinosaurs may have spewed so much methane into the air that it could have helped warm the climate tens of millions of years ago, a team of U.K. scientists reported.  More »

U.S. Set to Approve Drilling Plan

U.S. officials are expected Tuesday to approve a plan by Anadarko Petroleum to drill 3,700 natural-gas wells in eastern Utah, capping a yearslong review of a project that will be one of the largest in the region.  More »
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