Oil Prices Lower; Overhang and OPEC Uncertainty Weigh

Oil prices moved lower in Thursday morning Asian trade as investors shifted their attention back to the lingering supply overhang and concerns that major oil producers can deliver an effective deal to rein in production. (published 0315 GMT)

Engie Warns Low Natural Gas, Electricity Prices Taking Toll on Profit

Engie SA lowered its outlook for profit this year after weak natural gas and electricity prices in addition to slack weather-related demand in France, the power utility's main market, led to an 11% drop in nine-month revenue. (published 0748 GMT)

Vietnam Scraps Plans for Its First Nuclear-Power Plants

Vietnam's government has decided to scrap its long-delayed plan to build the country's first nuclear-power plants because other energy sources have become cheaper and power demand has slackened due to slowing economic growth. (published 0512 GMT)

Beijing Enterprises Clean Energy to Buy Photovoltaic Power Plant in China

Beijing Enterprises Clean Energy Group Ltd. has agreed to buy a photovoltaic power plant in China's Shaanxi province for 425 million yuan . (published 0138 GMT)

Weatherford Chief Executive Duroc-Danner Steps Down -- 2nd Update

Weatherford International PLC said Chairman and Chief Executive Bernard J. Duroc-Danner is leaving the oil-field services company. (published 0118 GMT)

SunPower to Cut Costs Amid Market Dislocation

SunPower Corp. said it would cut costs amid a dislocation in the solar market and lowered its full-year revenue guidance. (published 2327 GMT Wednesday)

SolarCity Reports a Loss

SolarCity Corp. reported a third-quarter loss of $225.3 million on sales of just $201 million, eight days before shareholders vote on its planned merger with Tesla Motors Inc. (published 2313 GMT Wednesday)

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

November 10, 2016 03:14 ET (08:14 GMT)

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