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Crude oil falls deeper into bear territory

West Texas oil for November delivery dropped $3.90 to $81.84 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, the lowest settlement since June 28, 2012.  More »
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Permian crudes weaken after Sunoco pipeline spill

Crude extracted from the largest U.S. oil field weakened against the U.S. benchmark after producers lost access to Midwest markets when a 4,000-barrel spill in Louisiana forced the shutdown of a key pipeline.  More »
Israeli soldiers kneel during a drill near the Israel and Gaza border, Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Israeli airstrikes pummeled a wide range of targets in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday as the U.N. chief and the U.S. secretary of state began an intensive effort to end more than two weeks of fighting that has killed hundreds of Palestinians and dozens of Israelis. (AP Photo/Dusan Vranic)

Israel sees gas as key to transforming Mideast relations

After this summer’s war in Gaza battered Israel’s international reputation, the country’s leaders say they have a new foreign policy tool to build relations with its neighbors: natural gas.  More »
John Ragan, left, of NRG, Brian Green, president and CEO of the Houston Food Bank, center, and Tony Napolillo, program manager of Green Mountain Energy Sun Club, right, check out the new installation of solar panels on the roof of the Houston Food Bank building on Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014, in Houston. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle )

Houston nonprofit banking on solar

Officials at the nonprofit say the savings from going solar will be redirected back into its mission.  More »
(Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg)

Shell Pipeline begins second open season for Westward Ho pipeline

The line will accommodate an anticipated increase in U.S. Gulf of Mexico crude oil coming into Louisiana.  More »
The head office of Statoil in Stavanger, Norway.  (AP Photo / Kent Skibstad, NTB scanpix, File)

Statoil announces Tanzania gas discovery

The Norwegian energy company has had a presence in Tanzania since 2007.  More »
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N.D. governor: State responding to natural gas flaring problem

About one-third of the natural gas produced in North Dakota is burned off due to a lack of infrastructure  More »
In a cell phone photo taken by protesters and provided to news media by the Calhoun County Sheriff Department, Chris Wahmhoff stands near the pipeline he crawled into Monday morning, June 24, 2013 near Marshall, Mich. Wahmhoff emerged from the pipe about 5 p.m., after 10 hours.  Protesters seek to halt Enbridge Inc.'s building of a new line, saying it endangers public health. (AP Photo/Calhoun County Sheriff Department via The Enquirer)

Protestor who spent 10 hours in pipeline to face trial

The Kalamazoo man is a Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate.  More »
Fatih Birol, chief economist for the International Energy Agency in Paris, (Dave Rossman photo)

Oil demand growth this year seen weakest since 2009

Oil demand will expand at the slowest pace since 2009 this year as global economic growth weakens.  More »
A CHC helicopter

GE to buy helicopter fleet for $1.8 billion

General Electric said it will use the helicopters to transport drilling rig crews to offshore platforms.  More »
Yellow oil barrels

Brent crude at a nearly 4-year low

West Texas intermediate crude dropped 8 cents to $85.74 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.  More »
(AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)

Speculators push oil into bear market as supply rises

Money managers reduced bets on rising oil prices by the most in five weeks, helping push U.S.- traded futures into a bear market.  More »
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