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Oil prices pull back as Trump tweet shifts focus to OPEC

20 Sep 2018

NEW YORK Oil prices eased on Thursday, pulling back after U.S. President Donald Trump urged OPEC to increase production at its meeting in Algeria, and slowing bullish momentum that had previously propelled the market toward four-year highs.

U.S. oil prices surge as inventory draw adds to supply concerns

19 Sep 2018

NEW YORK U.S. oil futures surged nearly 2 percent on Wednesday as they were bolstered by a fifth weekly crude inventory drawdown and strong domestic gasoline demand amid ongoing global supply concerns over U.S. sanctions on Iran that come into force in November.

Second ash leak reported at retired Duke plant in Florence's wake

17 Sep 2018

NEW YORK A second coal ash leak was reported from a Duke Energy Corp landfill near the company's retired Sutton Power Plant in Wilmington, North Carolina, following storm Florence, environmental officials said on Monday.

Second ash leak reported at retired Duke plant in Florence's wake

17 Sep 2018

NEW YORK, Sept 17 A second coal ash leak was reported from a Duke Energy Corp landfill near the company's retired Sutton Power Plant in Wilmington, North Carolina, following storm Florence, environmental officials said on Monday.

U.S. shale oil production to rise to 7.6 million barrels per day in October

17 Sep 2018

Oil output from seven major shale formations in the United States is expected to rise by 79,000 barrels per day to 7.6 million bpd in October, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said Monday.

Florence seen testing North Carolina environmental codes on toxic hog waste

15 Sep 2018

RALEIGH, N.C./NEW YORK Tropical Storm Florence could taint North Carolina waterways with murky coal ash and toxic hog waste as heavy rains test environmental rules written with milder weather in mind, carrying the risk of contaminating water with bacteria like salmonella, officials said on Friday.

RPT-Florence seen testing N. Carolina environmental codes on toxic hog waste

15 Sep 2018

RALEIGH, N.C./NEW YORK, Sept 14 Tropical Storm Florence could taint North Carolina waterways with murky coal ash and toxic hog waste as heavy rains test environmental rules written with milder weather in mind, carrying the risk of contaminating water with bacteria like salmonella, officials said on Friday.

Florence seen testing North Carolina environmental codes on toxic hog waste

15 Sep 2018

RALEIGH, N.C./NEW YORK Tropical Storm Florence could taint North Carolina waterways with murky coal ash and toxic hog waste as heavy rains test environmental rules written with milder weather in mind, carrying the risk of contaminating water with bacteria like salmonella, officials said on Friday.

Oil mixed as China tariff talk scotches early rally

15 Sep 2018

NEW YORK Oil prices pulled back on Friday on concerns additional U.S. tariffs would be placed on Chinese imports, after an earlier rally triggered by worries that more sanctions on Iran might constrict supply.

FEMA faces Hurricane Florence with range of housing options from 2017 storms

14 Sep 2018

NEW YORK The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency has thousands of modular homes on hand along with other temporary housing options tested by last year's spate of storms, as Hurricane Florence bears down on the U.S. Southeast, the agency said on Thursday.

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