Oil prices mark first gain in 5 sessions as traders await OPEC+ meeting 

Oil futures end higher to snap a 4-day losing streak, as investors await an OPEC+ meeting later this week.

Environmentalists Face Off Against Environmentalists Over Offshore Wind Projects 

Supporters insist that, when done properly, projects can avoid harming marine species.

Fertilizer Companies Are Betting on Ammonia as a Low-Carbon Fuel 

Ammonia, a key ingredient in fertilizer and made in massive amounts globally, is high on the list of potential replacements for fossil fuels.

Energy & Utilities Roundup: Market Talk 

Gain insight on Petroleo Brasileiro, Ivory Coast's oil production, Vibra Energia and more in the latest Market Talks covering Energy and Utilities.

American Oil-Good to the Last Drop? 

Exxon and other companies have devised ways to squeeze more oil out of U.S. fields as some of the best ones near exhaustion, but it could be costly.

Uniper Warns Court Award Will Hit Results 

Uniper shares fell almost 3% after the utility said an arbitration award of an estimated EUR550 million against a subsidiary would impact its year-end result.

Now for Some Good News About Climate 

Costs for renewables have plummeted, and growth is exceeding expectations.

Origin Energy Bidder Doesn't Know How Much Largest Shareholder Wants 

The consortium bidding to acquire Origin Energy for nearly US$11 billion still doesn't know what price the Australian power company's biggest shareholder wants to get a deal done.

Brazil Charts $100 Billion Path to Be Global Oil Power 

New investment plan announced by state-controlled oil company Petrobras comes as Brazil eyes expanding exploration.

Oil-and-Gas Companies Account for Only 1% of Clean-Energy Investment Globally, IEA Says 

A new report warns that the fossil-fuel industry isn't investing enough in decarbonization.

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