U.S. Says Oil Companies in Venezuela Can Still Operate Despite Regime Oppression 

Firms that entered Venezuela after U.S. lifted sanctions must apply for licenses on a case-by-case basis to remain in the country.

Oil prices settle at three-week low with U.S. supplies up a fourth week in a row 

Oil futures declined on Wednesday for a third straight session, with prices falling to their lowest in three weeks.

U.S. Crude Oil Supplies Rise More Than Expected 

Weekly commercial crude storage grew by 2.7 million barrels to 460 million barrels, while analysts predicted an increase of 600,00 barrels.

Vinci Buys Majority Stake in Edinburgh Airport 

Vinci has bought a majority shareholding in Edinburgh Airport for around $1.6 billion, expanding its network in the U.K. to three airports.

Energy & Utilities Roundup: Market Talk 

Gain insight on Parkland, power rationing in Zambia, and more in the latest Market Talks covering Energy and Utilities.

Wall Street Is Betting OPEC+ Can Fend Off $100 Oil 

Traders expect spare capacity will cap crude prices despite the conflict in the Middle East.

Are Battery-Powered Home Appliances in Our Future? 

Appliances with batteries are designed to keep working when the power goes off. Some researchers believe they also could help prop up the electrical grid.

Big Oil Companies Warm to Biden After Years of Bad Blood 

Once a favorite foil of the White House, some U.S. oil executives have reached an unlikely truce with the president's lieutenants.

The Home-Solar Boom Gets a 'Gut Punch' 

The nation's biggest residential solar market is tanking and installations could decline 13% nationwide, despite a clean energy push.

Energy-Guzzling AI Is Also the Future of Energy Savings 

Data centers need more power because of artificial intelligence, but other buildings can use the technology to conserve.

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