Oil futures end lower as traders weigh prospects for an Iran nuclear deal and OPEC output cuts
Oil futures end lower on Thursday as traders continue to weigh the possibility of an Iran nuclear deal and potential output cuts by OPEC producers when they meet in less than two weeks.
OPEC President Is Open to Cutting Oil Production
Momentum is building among oil producers behind the idea of cutting crude production to stabilize the market, with OPEC's president the latest to back Saudi Arabia's suggestion that the alliance might pump less.
Natural Gas Gains Despite Large Storage Rise
U.S. natural gas prices finished a relatively quiet session up 0.5%.
Energy Crisis Squeezes Europe's Smaller Firms
Companies that form the backbone of the continent's economy are taking drastic steps to deal with soaring gas prices, with some business owners deciding to curb production or close up shop.
WSJ+ Q&A Replay: 'California Burning' and What PG&E's Failures Mean for Us
Join WSJ's Katherine Blunt for a discussion of her new book "California Burning," covering PG&E's failed infrastructure, one of California's deadliest fires and the impact on energy stability in the U.S.
Cnooc's First-Half Profit More Than Doubled as Revenue Jumped
Cnooc Ltd. said its first-half net profit more than doubled from a year earlier, as revenue grew strongly due to higher oil prices and stronger sales.
Denbury's Buried Carbon Charm
The oil producer finds itself in just the right place at the right time.
Analysis: Iran Nuclear Deal Won't Ease Oil-Supply Crisis Overnight
Negotiations between Iran and Western powers over reviving the 2015 nuclear deal have been hailed as being closer than ever. However significant sticking points remain, according to analysts.
Energy & Utilities Roundup: Market Talk
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South32 Returns to Annual Profit on Strong Commodity Prices
UPDATED: South32 Ltd. returned to annual profit and sharply increased its payout to shareholders, as the mining company benefited from strong prices for its commodities in the wake of the war in Ukraine.
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