The United States and other western powers lifted international sanctions against Iran on Saturday, after the Islamic Republic passed a final test by inspectors showing it has scrapped the bulk of its nuclear capacity.
The decree giving Maduro 60 days to enact sweeping reform was published Friday in the official gazette just hours before the president is expected to deliver his annual state of the union address.
A court filing Thursday says the jury trial in New Orleans is scheduled to start on Jan. 17, 2017, and last approximately four weeks.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell said Friday that companies can continue to mine coal reserves already under lease.
A restructuring adviser’s tool box includes layoffs, canceled contracts, drilling cutbacks, asset sales and bankruptcy. How successful they are in helping companies survive for the long run depends a lot on whether management views them as saviors or undertakers.
The report shows consumer tastes shifting toward restaurants and online shopping. The extra savings from falling gas costs have yet to boost spending much in other retail categories.
The leak at the biggest natural gas storage facility west of the Mississippi River was reported Oct. 23.
While oil companies such as Exxon Mobil Corp. and Royal Dutch Shell Plc eliminate jobs and curb capital spending to cope with prices that have fallen two-thirds in 18 months, renewables are enjoying a renaissance underpinned by rules designed to curb fossil-fuel emissions damaging the atmosphere.
For diplomats from countries without diplomatic relations, Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif sure are doing a lot of diplomacy.
Oil production from the Eagle Ford Shale will dip again in February, according to a report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Production of crude oil and the light oil condensate is expected to slide by about 72,000 barrels daily, to around 1.15 million barrels per day. It would be the 11th straight monthly drop