OIL PRICES RISE ON HOPES OF OUTPUT ACCORD
Oil prices rose Monday, after the FBI said it had not found new evidence to warrant charges against presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and amid renewed hope that the world's major oil producers will come to an agreement regarding production cuts.
IRAN SETS FIRST ENERGY DEAL WITH WEST FOLLOWING LIFTING OF SANCTIONS
Iran plans to sign a preliminary $6 billion deal with Total to help develop an offshore gas field, potentially the first Western energy investment there since international sanctions were lifted this year, an oil-ministry official in Tehran said.
CANADA TO UNVEIL PANEL TO REVIEW PIPELINE REGULATOR
Canada will take its next step toward revamping pipeline oversight when it unveils as early as Tuesday a panel tasked with overhauling the country's energy regulator, according to two people familiar with the matter.
TESLA TO MAKE NEW OWNERS PAY FOR SOME RECHARGING
Electric-car maker Tesla said it would stop offering new owners of its electric vehicles unlimited access to free fast-charging stations as it approaches the launch of its new Model 3 vehicle.
CHINA DOUBLES DOWN ON COAL DESPITE CLIMATE PLEDGE
China's government plans to increase coal power capacity by as much as 20% by 2020 despite a pledge to bring down pollution levels, ensuring the commodity continues to play strong role in the country's energy sector.
SUNEDISON CREDITORS SEEK APPROVAL TO PUT COMPANY LEADERS ON TRIAL
After seeking court intervention to halt a torrent of lawsuits targeting SunEdison Inc.'s leadership, creditors want a judge's permission to wage their own legal campaign over the solar power company's demise.
BANKRUPTCY JUDGE APPROVES EMERALD OIL SALE TO LENDERS
A bankruptcy judge signed off on the sale of Emerald Oil to a group of lenders controlled by Cortland Capital Markets Services in exchange for debt forgiveness, as well as a small pool of cash.
NOBLE CREDITORS CAN VOTE ON CHAPTER 11 PLAN
Noble Environmental Power LLC, a wind-energy company backed by billionaire Michael Dell, won preliminary approval of its debt-for-equity restructuring deal.
GASOLINE PIPELINE IS BACK IN SERVICE AFTER DEADLY BLAST
A gasoline pipeline that exploded in Alabama last week is back in service, the company that owns it said.
STOCKS JUMP AFTER FBI CLEARS CLINTON
U.S. stocks surged after the FBI said that no new evidence was found to warrant charges against Hillary Clinton. The Dow industrials gained more than 300 points.
EU OFFICIALS VOW TO FOLLOW UP ON LATEST VOLKSWAGEN EMISSIONS FINDINGS
European and German officials vowed to follow up and evaluateany findings from California regulators on news reports of possible emissions-cheating software on some Audis.
U.S. PREPARES TO HELP PEOPLE FLEEING MOSUL
The U.S. expects up to 700,000 to be displaced in the fight to drive Islamic State from Mosul and has positioned stocks of food and supplies on the outskirts of Iraq's second-largest city, senior administration officials said
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U.N. CLIMATE CHANGE CONFERENCE TURNS TO IMPLEMENTING PARIS PACT
A year after nearly 200 nations agreed to a global pact in Paris to combat climate change, a United Nations conference this week ushers in the hard work of turning the plan into action.
UTILITY WARMS UP TO ELECTRIC VEHICLES
Electric utilities have been slow to electrify their truck fleets, but that may be changing. Duke Energy signed a letter of interest to buy trucks from Workhorse Group, which plans to sell plug-in electric pickup trucks in 2018.
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November 07, 2016 16:25 ET (21:25 GMT)
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