DJ News Highlights: Top Energy News of the Day
A booming rally in oil markets has pushed crude prices to their highest levels since near the start of the pandemic, powered by production curbs and recovering demand.
Wind project developers are pressing the administration to ease bureaucratic hurdles to building giant turbines off the U.S. Atlantic coast.
Offshore wind farms that don't need to be embedded in the seafloor could open up new areas to clean-power generation.
Oil futures settle higher Friday, with Brent crude nearing the $60-a-barrel threshold and U.S. benchmark prices up roughly 9% for the week.
The number of rigs drilling for oil in the U.S. increased by four in the latest week to 299, according to oil-field services firm Baker Hughes.
RWE has reported preliminary results, with most of its key profit metrics ahead of guidance, boosted by an improvement in supply and trading operations.
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Frontera Holdings, the owner of a natural gas plant near the U.S.-Mexico border, filed for bankruptcy.
Natural gas prices rocketed higher late in the session to end at their highest level since Nov. 13, closing up 5.2% at $2.935/mmBtu.
The miner will compensate the state of Minas Gerais, where the disaster two years ago killed 270 people and left widespread environmental damage, in the largest settlement in Brazilian history.
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February 08, 2021 00:00 ET (05:00 GMT)
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