Prices at the Pump Are Dropping Just in Time for Memorial Day Weekend 

Preholiday costs are about 5% below their inflation-adjusted average since 2000.

Oil prices climb after a 3-day losing streak 

Oil futures were climbing Thursday, looking to end a three-day streak of losses as traders weigh the outlook for Federal Reserve policy and crude demand.

U.K. Utilities' Shares Fall on Election News 

Shares across the U.K. utility sector are tumbling on U.K. snap election news and National Grid's surprise, heavily discounted rights issue to fund its new investment plan.

Energy & Utilities Roundup: Market Talk 

Find insight on Genesis Energy, Petronas Dagangan and more in the latest Market Talks covering the Energy & Utilities sector.

U.S. Crude Oil Stockpiles Rose Last Week 

U.S. crude oil inventories rose by 1.8 million barrels last week and gasoline stocks fell, while refineries stepped up their capacity use for a third consecutive week

State Treasurers, Others Urge Exxon Mobil Shareholders to Vote Against CEO 

In addition to Exxon Mobil's CEO, the group urged voting out Lead Independent Director Joseph Hooley.

Four Dead, Thousands Without Power Following Severe Storm in Houston 

Residents were told they should stay home Friday if they are nonessential workers, and local schools were closed until Monday.

Private Equity Warms Up to Clean-Energy Tax Credits 

Private-equity firms are beginning to tap a nascent market for clean-energy tax credits, betting on a boost to returns from helping project developers get better terms for the tradable credits.

Free Solar for Farmers: Climate Law Gives Rich Incentives 

The law now offers a particularly sweet deal: a combination of subsidies that can cover or even exceed a project's costs.

Engie Backs Outlook Despite Dip in Earnings 

Engie reaffirmed expectations for the year after core earnings fell slightly in the first quarter, driven by declines from its networks and global energy management and sales businesses.

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