Iran Said to Attend Doha Talks Without Joining Oil Freeze
Iran will attend talks with fellow OPEC members and Russia in Qatar next month without joining their proposal to freeze crude oil production, according to a person familiar with the nation’s policy.
The U.S. Is Exporting Its Oil Everywhere
Three months since the U.S. lifted a 40-year ban on oil exports, American crude is flowing to virtually every corner of the market and reshaping the world’s energy map.
U.S. Stocks Reverse Losses as Oil Stabilizes; Treasuries Decline
Equities in the U.S. rose, with indexes recovering from drops of more than 1 percent as crude oil prices steadied around $32 a barrel, while Treasuries reversed gains as demand for some haven assets abated.
As U.S. shale sinks, pipeline fight sends woes downstream
Within weeks, two low-profile legal disputes may determine whether an unprecedented wave of bankruptcies expected to hit U.S. oil and gas producers this year will imperil the $500 billion pipeline sector as well.