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Shell shares fall after Gulf oil sheen spotted

Shares in Royal Dutch Shell PLC have fallen more than 4 percent in European trading after the company said a “light sheen” of oil had been seen in the general area of two of its production facilities.  More »
BP chief executive Bob Dudley is shown introducing an online film, "A Year of Change," about BP's response to the oil spill.

BP chief faces pay protest at annual meeting

The chief executive of oil company BP faces protests over his pay package at the company’s annual meeting.  More »
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Coast Guard tests oil spill response plans

The Coast Guard is practicing its response to a future oil spill off the Florida Keys.  More »
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Oil rises above $103 ahead of Iran nuclear talks

Oil prices rose above $103 a barrel Thursday in Asia as traders looked to negotiations this weekend over Iran’s nuclear program.  More »
Fire boat response crews spray water on the blazing remnants of the Deepwater Horizon offshore oil rig. (AP Photo/US Coast Guard, File)

Government agrees to share Gulf oil spill documents

The government estimates 4.9 million barrels of oil spewed from the well, but the company says the government’s earlier estimates may have been lower.  More »
A view of the facility at Shell's Ursa project in the Gulf of Mexico. Shell is the operator on the project, but working partners include BP, Exxon Mobil and ConocoPhillips. (Photo: Shell)

Shell reports sheen in central Gulf

Federal officials are investigating reports of a light oil sheen in the central portion of the Gulf of Mexico. Shell told federal officials about the sheen, which is located between two of its projects 130 miles southeast of New Orleans.  More »
Dust permeates the air at a Chesapeake Energy Co. hydraulic fracturing operation at a well site near Carrizo Springs, Texas. (John Davenport/San Antonio Express News)

Natural gas settles below $2 for first time in decade

Natural gas prices fall to $2 for first time in decade.  More »
A front-end crash test of the 2011 Chevrolet Volt. (AP Photo/Insurance Institute for Highway Safety)

GM lithium-battery explosion sparks fire at lab

General Motors Co. (GM), maker of the Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid sedan, said a test battery exploded at a research facility near its Detroit headquarters.  More »
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Bakken oil pipeline would pass through MT, WY, CO

A proposed oil pipeline from North Dakota would pass near the eastern borders of Wyoming and Montana and through eastern Colorado on its way to Oklahoma.  More »
Workboats operate near the Transocean Development Driller II at the site of the Deepwater Horizon incident in the Gulf of Mexico. (AP file photo/Dave Martin)

Court hearing to discuss oil spill subpoenas

Prosecutors and the owner of the rig that exploded and led to the massive 2010 Gulf oil spill were to argue in court over whether the company should honor subpoenas from a federal board investigating the accident.  More »
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Simple tips to save dollars at the pump

Saving money at the gas pump can be as easy as filling up your tires, removing the junk from your trunk or the way you drive.  More »
Demonstrators hold up signs in front of the White House in Washington, Friday, Sept. 2, 2011, to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline project in the US, and the Tar Sands Development in Alberta Canada. (AP Photo/Luis M. Alvarez)

Keystone XL opponents decry Nebraska pipeline bill

Opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline proposal say a Nebraska bill on the verge of final lawmaker approval would effectively rubber-stamp the project.  More »