Oil ends slightly lower in choppy session after Russia cuts pipeline flows
Oil futures end slightly lower, unable to maintain gains seen after Russia halted crude flows along the Druzhba pipeline toward Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Russia Stops Oil Flowing Through Pipeline to Central, Eastern Europe
Russian oil has stopped flowing through a pipeline that supplies Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic, blaming payment difficulties caused by Western sanctions on Moscow.
U.S. Solar Shipments Hit by Import Ban on China's Xinjiang Region
The U.S. solar industry is confronting fresh disruptions as U.S. officials crack down on human-rights abuses in a region of China that produces almost half the world's supply of a crucial component in solar panels.
U.S. Crude-Oil Stockpiles Likely Increased in DOE Data, Analysts Say
U.S. crude-oil stockpiles are expected to have risen by 200,000 barrels from the previous week in data due Wednesday from the Energy Department, according to a survey of analysts and traders by The Wall Street Journal.
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Massive Fire Spreads at Cuban Oil Terminal After Tank Explosion
The fire engulfed a third large fuel tank as soldiers and crews struggled to contain the flames amid thick smoke and low oxygen.
Oklahoma's Schusterman Family Faces Trial Over Oil Company's Bankruptcy
KKR's soured buyout of Samson Resources is the subject of a bankruptcy-court trial starting next month over creditors' allegations they were defrauded.
Veolia to Sell Suez's UK Waste Business to Macquarie for $2.4 Bln
Veolia Environnement said it will sell Suez's U.K. waste business to Macquarie Group Ltd. in a $2.44 billion deal.
EU Presents 'Final Text' to Iran for Reviving Nuclear Deal
Western officials urged Iran to accept the deal that is now on the table, but Iranian representatives pushed back immediately, raising doubts over an agreement.
EDF's Nuclear Reactors to Discharge Hotter Water Amid Heat Wave, Energy Crisis
France's nuclear giant says there has so far been no impact on aquatic wildlife.
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