Oil Futures Fluctuate Amid Dimming OPEC Expectations

Oil futures tilted between gains and losses in Asia trading Monday, as traders continued to cast doubts on the odds of a production cut later this month by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. (published 0302 GMT)

Sterling Energy 3Q Loss Narrows

Sterling Energy PLC said Monday its third-quarter loss has narrowed and that it is on track to cut administrative expenses by 28%. (published 0753 GMT)

Cheap Gas Tests Trump's Promise to Revive Coal Trump Unlikely to Boost Utilities' Reliance on Coal -- WSJ

Donald Trump campaigned on a promise to resurrect the ailing U.S. coal industry and put miners back to work. Delivering on that vow could prove nearly impossible. (published 0733 GMT)

Saudi Oil Minister Says It Is 'Imperative' to Finalize OPEC Deal

Saudi Arabia's oil minister warned Sunday it was imperative that OPEC complete a deal to cut output after the cartel announced Friday its production was increasing. (published 1735 GMT Sunday)

As Crude Collapsed, Alaska Capitalized on the U.S. Housing Bust

Oil-rich Alaska has suffered with the collapse in crude prices. But it offset some losses with a big wager on another market that collapsed: housing. (published 1200 GMT Sunday)

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