Oil Lower; Virus Fears Persist
Oil futures extended losses in Europe amid selling across other assets, with traders watching for the latest inventory data due Tuesday.
U.S. Solar-Energy Company Sunrun to Buy Rival Vivint
Sunrun, which overtook Tesla to become the U.S.'s top installer of residential-solar systems, agreed to buy Blackstone-backed Vivint in all-stock deal valued at about $3.2 billion including debt.
The World Can't Take Much More Shale Gas
Natural-gas prices have bounced back from the 25-year low reached late last month, but analysts and traders don't expect them to go much higher. At least until it is time to turn on the heat.
Eni to Book EUR3.5B in Writedowns
Italy's Eni expects to book EUR3.5 billion in impairment charges after the energy giant lowered its outlook for oil and gas prices.
Dakota Access Pipeline Must Shut Down, Judge Rules
A federal judge ordered the Dakota Access pipeline to shut down by next month because it was improperly granted a key environmental permit, a major setback for operator Energy Transfer LP and the American shale drilling industry.
Warren Buffett's Bet Is a Midstream Buying Signal
Berkshire Hathaway's long-awaited pandemic-era purchase in a seemingly difficult business might seem like odd timing, but there is good logic behind it.
Behind Oil's Rise Is a Historic Drop in U.S. Crude Output
U.S. crude supply is falling at its quickest pace ever, easing a global oil glut and spurring a swift recovery in fuel prices.
Why Investors Have Learned to Love Wind and Solar Power
After a stormy, dependent youth, the wind-and-solar-energy industries have matured into boring, profitable middle age. This year's plunging interest rates make that a more appealing proposition than ever for investors.
Companies Cancel Atlantic Coast Pipeline After Years of Delays
Duke Energy and Dominion Energy are pulling the plug on the proposed $8 billion pipeline under the Appalachian Trail as companies continue to meet environmental opposition to new fossil fuel conduits in the U.S.
China Is Unlikely to Meet Purchase Targets for U.S. Energy
Economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has cast doubt on whether China can meet its targets to buy U.S. goods under this year's trade deal-with energy emerging as the biggest casualty.