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Canada, U.S. Mexico Sign Clean-Energy Agreement 13.2.2016 Wall St. Journal: World
The framework to cooperate on clean-energy development and initiatives to fight climate change comes as slumping oil and gas prices weigh heavily on resource-dependent economies globally.
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Hidden Dangers of the Oil-Price Shock 12.2.2016 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
Trouble in one industry, even if it is small relative to the GDP, may spread through the economy.
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Pulling the Plug on Obama's Power Plan 11.2.2016 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
The Supreme Court sent a clear message: Your clean-energy strong-arming campaign must stop.
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Chesapeake at Bay 9.2.2016 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
Mr. Obama’s economic triumphalism is lost on the oil and gas market.
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Fixing the Methane Leaks That Deflate Natural-Gas Gains 4.2.2016 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
The Aliso Canyon disaster does as much climate damage daily as four coal-fired power plants.
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Chevron Posts Surprise Loss, Promises More Cost Cuts 29.1.2016 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Chevron swung to an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter as crude oil’s price drop intensified at the end of the year.
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Qatar Reshuffles Cabinet 27.1.2016 Wall St. Journal: World
Qatar’s monarchy on Wednesday overhauled the country’s cabinet, in a sign that the young emir is attempting to better cope with falling energy prices and intensifying regional conflicts.
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BASF Profit Skids on Low Oil Prices 27.1.2016 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Chemicals giant BASF SE said profit fell an unexpectedly sharp 18% last year, knocked lower by lower prices for oil and gas in the fourth quarter which have led to write-downs on the value of its energy business.
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Global Stocks Drop on China, Oil 26.1.2016 Wall St. Journal: US
Global stocks fell sharply as Chinese markets plunged and oil prices fell back below $30 a barrel, continuing the volatile start to the year.
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Obama vs. Manatees 25.1.2016 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
Evading the Endangered Species Act to impose new climate rules.
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Court Declines to Block EPA Carbon Rule During Litigation 22.1.2016 Wall St. Journal: Policy
A federal appeals court declined to temporarily block a key Obama administration environmental rule to limit carbon emissions from power plants, rejecting requests by states and companies that wanted the regulation halted while they challenged it in ...
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Energy-Market Slump Weighs on Big Railroads 22.1.2016 Wall St. Journal: US Business
The dismal energy market slammed two of North America’s biggest freight railroads, Union Pacific and Canadian Pacific, prompting them to slash jobs and driving quarterly profits below Wall Street’s expectations.
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YPF, American Energy Partners to Develop Argentina Oil, Gas Projects 15.1.2016 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Argentina’s YPF and Aubrey McClendon’s American Energy Partners agreed to jointly explore and develop unconventional oil and gas projects in the South American nation.
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E.ON in Talks to Sell U.K. North Sea Assets 13.1.2016 Wall St. Journal: US Business
German power utility E.ON SE is in advanced talks to sell its U.K. North Sea assets to Premier Oil PLC, a person close to the industry said on Wednesday.
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The Carnage in Coal Country 12.1.2016 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
Arch Coal is the latest bankruptcy in the wake of new regulations.
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Energy Megadeals Were Scarce in 2015 31.12.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
U.S. oil and gas companies are selling assets and acreage piecemeal as they jockey to survive a downturn in energy prices, and the trend for small transactions looks likely to heat up next year.
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Energy Companies Gird for Weaker Prices in 2016 25.12.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
In a sign that U.S. energy producers think crude-oil and gas prices will languish through next year, several are slashing their already slimmed down budgets and collectively, taking more in write-downs on their assets than they did during the oil bust of 2008.
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In Asia, King Coal Hard to Dethrone 10.12.2015 Wall St. Journal: World
The Philippines’ growing dependency on the fossil fuel coal illustrates a challenge for negotiators in Paris climate talks who are trying to persuade developing nations to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions.
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Energy-Sector Rout Intensifies 8.12.2015 Wall St. Journal: Asia
An energy-sector rout intensified as mild weather forecasts sent oil and natural-gas prices plunging and prompted widespread selling of energy-company shares.
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Oil's Slide Heightens Investor Concerns 8.12.2015 Wall St. Journal: Page One
Oil’s Slide Heightens Investor Concerns

Oil prices fell to their lowest point in seven years Monday, hammering energy industry stocks as many investors bet that heavily indebted producers, having weathered months of low commodity prices, are now at greater risk of going out of business.

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