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President Donald Trump's plans to seize Iraqi oil has been dismissed by the country's prime minister.
OPEC countries are aiming to boost compliance with agreed oil output curbs further from January's high levels, OPEC secretary general says.
Murray Energy CEO Robert Murray said there is no scientific analysis to back Obama-era initiatives to ease climate change. There is.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis distanced himself from President Donald Trump's remarks before arriving on an unannounced visit to Baghdad.
New research has shown that an increase in temperatures could speed up climate change by increasing the amount of methane released by ponds
Scott Pruitt has attracted scorn from Democrats and environmentalists and praise from conservatives and the energy industry.
Malaysian state-owned oil and gas firm Petronas is aiming to sell a large minority stake in a prized upstream local gas project.
PolitiFact determined Trump's claim Hillary Clinton gave Russia one-fifth of U.S. uranium is mostly false. He repeated it again on Thursday.
Oil prices rose but gains were limited as investors gauged whether an increase in US drilling rigs might offset the push by producers to cut output.
Adel al-Jubeir, foreign minister of Saudi Arabia, talks about his country's oil policy and diversifying the Saudi economy.
London is to introduce a 'toxicity charge' for polluting cars from October.
A survey by volunteers in the U.K. has found that small plastic pellets are posing a big problem to shorelines across the country.
Concerns over safety and costs have constrained growth and have combined to block nearly all new projects, The NY Times reports.
The "Futures Now" team discusses the "stubborn" move in oil, and where the commodity may head from here.
Oil was pressured by growing global stocks, but hope that an output cut by producers might balance the market helped to cap losses.
Jefferies says Arch Coal can generate enough cash in the next five years to equal nearly 70 percent of its current market value.
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