Oil prices climb after smaller-than-expected weekly rise in U.S. crude supplies 

Oil futures climb Thursday after official data show a smaller-than-expected weekly rise in U.S. crude inventories.

Natural Gas Falls Ahead of Storage Report 

Natural gas futures gave back some of the previous day's heavy gains with the March contract settling down 2.3%.

The New Hot Climate Investment Is Heat Itself 

Batteries that store heat can replace fossil fuels for steelmaking and other industrial processes.

Chord Energy, Enerplus to Combine in $11 Billion Deal 

Chord shareholders would control about two-thirds of the combined company, while Enerplus holders would control the remainder.

Energy & Utilities Roundup: Market Talk 

Gain insight on carbon offsets, Chesapeake Energy, Repsol and more in the latest Market Talks covering Energy and Utilities.

Say Goodbye to Dirt Cheap Canadian Oil 

Don't cry for U.S. refiners, who will be fine without it-for now.

U.S. Renewable Power Growth Is Setting New Records on the Back of Federal Support 

Wind and solar power are projected to become more popular than gas in replacing coal.

Santos Raises Dividend Despite Annual Profit Fall 

Santos reported a 33% fall in annual profit on the back of lower production and sales revenue, in a challenging year that included merger talks with Woodside Energy that ultimately went nowhere.

How India Became the World's Most Nimble Energy Buyer 

With a rapidly growing population and economy, India is thirsty for oil and natural gas-at the right price.

The Secret Oil-Trading Ring That Funds Russia's War 

A little-known trader from Azerbaijan assembled a clandestine network that moves vast quantities of petroleum to China, India and other new markets

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