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Oil gains most in 2 weeks on U.S. factory data

Benchmark U.S. crude for April delivery gained $1.62 to $99.70.  More »
Tony Blair has proposed a multiyear plan for developing the Palestinian economy.  (Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg)

Palestinians seek to drill for oil in West Bank

The project was among a series of initiatives drawn up by Mideast envoy Tony Blair.  More »
Rosneft President Igor Sechin (AP file photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)

Russian gas exec defiant in face of sanctions

The chief executive of Russian oil giant Rosneft and a close ally of President Vladimir Putin has spoken defiantly of possible sanctions by Western powers against him, threatening to move business elsewhere.  More »
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US energy boom demands $641B in infrastructure, study finds

Companies will need to invest $641 billion over the next two decades in pipelines, pumps and other infrastructure to keep up with the gas, crude oil and natural gas liquids flowing from U.S. fields, according to a study released Tuesday.  More »
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Oil leak found in southwest Ohio nature preserve

Fire officials say oil leaked into a southwest Ohio nature preserve from a crude oil pipeline.  More »
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Hedge funds cut record bets on crude as inventories gain

Expanding U.S. oil supplies and production spurred hedge funds and other speculators to cut record bets on rising West Texas Intermediate crude prices.  More »
Amy Adams, North Carolina campaign coordinator with Appalachian Voices, shows her hand covered with wet coal ash from the Dan River swirling in the background as state and federal environmental officials continued their investigations of a spill of coal ash into the river in Danville, Va. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome, File)

Federal grand jury looks into Duke Energy spill

A federal grand jury planned to convene Tuesday as part of a widening criminal investigation triggered by the massive Duke Energy coal ash spill that coated 70 miles of the Dan River with toxic sludge.  More »
A section of the Bratstvo gas pipeline crosses a river near Ivano-Frankvisk in Ukraine. Ukraine’s system of subsidies for household gas has long been abused. Typically, distributors buy government-alloted gas at low prices intended for families and resell it for a far higher prices to businesses. (Vincent Mundy/Bloomberg)

Tackling gas corruption means potatoes for Ukraine’s poor

The new Ukrainian government soon will need its poor to pay even more for power and gas as it wrestles with protracted economic and political crisis.  More »
Activisits hang a banner outside the Fessenheim nuclear power plant in eastern France on Tuesday, March 18, 2014. More than 60 Greenpeace activists have occupied the nuclear plant to protest the nation's reliance on atomic power.(AP Photo/Greenpeace, Joerg Modrow )

Greenpeace activists occupy French nuclear plant

Police have surrounded a nuclear plant in eastern France after more than 60 Greenpeace activists occupied it Tuesday to protest the nation’s reliance on atomic power.  More »
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Oil prices gain on US economic outlook

The price of oil edged up Tuesday as strong U.S. factory output boosted the outlook for the world’s biggest economy.  More »
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Industry marks milestone for hydraulic fracturing

On March 17, 1949, Halliburton conducted the first commercial fracking job, according to the American Petroleum Institute.  More »
The Freeport LNG Liquefaction Project expansion (Freeport LNG)

Environmental report says Texas facility will cause headaches for residents

A new federal report outlines few environmental concerns about a planned $13 billion liquefied natural gas facility near Freeport but warns that it will cause major headaches for nearby residents.  More »
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