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RPT-INSIGHT-All the world a stage: Rising U.S. oil clout on show in Houston

18 Mar 2019

HOUSTON, March 15 A glance at the attendee list at one of the world's largest energy industry events in Houston this week left little question about the growing influence of the United States over global oil politics.

All the world a stage: Rising U.S. oil clout on show in Houston

15 Mar 2019

HOUSTON A glance at the attendee list at one of the world's largest energy industry events in Houston this week left little question about the growing influence of the United States over global oil politics.

U.S. EPA to decide on 2017 waivers from biofuel laws within week

11 Mar 2019

HOUSTON The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will decide on the seven pending applications for small refinery waivers from the nation's biofuel laws for the 2017 calendar year in the next week, agency administrator Andrew Wheeler said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-CERAWEEK-U.S. EPA to decide on 2017 waivers from biofuel laws within week

11 Mar 2019

HOUSTON, March 11 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will decide on the seven pending applications for small refinery waivers from the nation's biofuel laws for the 2017 calendar year in the next week, agency administrator Andrew Wheeler said on Monday. Once the 2017 applications are decided, the EPA will consider at least 37 waiver applications submitted for 2018, Wheeler said during an energy industry summit on Monday.

RPT-CERAWEEK-Oil majors strut into Houston for annual energy conference

11 Mar 2019

March 10 The oil industry converges this week on Houston at CERAWeek, the largest gathering of top energy executives in the Americas, with oil majors showing a bigger presence as the United States has taken the crown as the largest crude producer in the world.

CORRECTED-CERAWEEK-Oil majors strut into Houston for annual energy conference

10 Mar 2019

March 10 The oil industry converges this week on Houston at CERAWeek, the largest gathering of top energy executives in the Americas, with oil majors showing a bigger presence as the United States has taken the crown as the largest crude producer in the world.

Oil surges 8 percent after steep slide; growth fears still weigh

26 Dec 2018

NEW YORK Oil surged on Wednesday, posting its strongest daily gain in more than two years in a partial rebound from steep losses that pushed crude benchmarks to lows not seen since 2017.

In major shift, U.S. now exports more oil than it ships in

06 Dec 2018

The United States last week exported more crude oil and fuel than it imported for the first time on record, according to data released on Thursday, the same day OPEC ended a meeting without a decision to curb global output to balance out the historic surge in U.S. supply.

Oil resumes sell-off as growing U.S. stockpiles feed oversupply fears

28 Nov 2018

NEW YORK Oil prices fell about 2.5 percent on Wednesday after U.S. crude inventories rose for the 10th straight week to the highest in a year, adding to worries about a worldwide supply glut.

World News

White House defers on release of Mueller's report, Kremlin warms

The White House said on Monday it was up to the U.S. Justice Department to decide if detailed findings from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation would be made public, a day after the attorney general said President Donald Trump had been cleared of any collusion.