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The Toronto stock market looked to head higher Monday as traders looked beyond the weekend vote that saw an overwhelming number of Crimeans opt to break from Ukraine and join Russia.
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The Canadian Diabetes Association acknowledges the generous donation of $4,000 in support of its D-Camps program from the Ultramar Foundation - Valero Energy.
Fracking, or drilling for oil by hydraulic fracturing, is coming to Nevada. The Houston-based Noble Energy has 10 permits on file with the Nevada Division of Minerals for mining oil using the technique.
The Omaha Public Power District says about 1,900 utility customers in southeast Omaha were briefly without power on Sunday.
New Orleans-based Entergy Corp. took the plant out of service Jan. 19 and say they returned it to service about 6:45 a.m. EDT Sunday.
Frank Puskarich can't help but marvel at how his Hog father's barbecue restaurant has grown since he opened it on Jefferson Avenue in Washington, Pa., in 2007.
A New York judge has overruled the US$9.5 billion in compensation for toxic waste dumping that Chevron had been ordered to pay to Ecuadorian villagers.
An ex-police officer, his wife and her former boss have been charged after more than $50,000 in unauthorized purchases was made using a Central Texas electric cooperative's credit cards.
The Midland-based oil and gas company on Friday announced it closed the sale on select holdings in Wilson, Brazos , La Salle, Frio and Robertson counties.
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Ohio soon may join Pennsylvania and other oil and gas field states where lawsuits are mounting as the most-active driller in the state faces questions about its royalty payments.
Fortis Inc. . Utilities. Up 35 cents, or 1.07 per cent, to $33.00 on 31.7 million shares.
Twenty-one groups are calling on Alberta's energy watchdog to reject another application by Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. to resume steaming near the site of a months-long bitumen spill.
The Department of Energy must pay Energy Northwest $19 million for its continued costs from the failure to open a national repository for spent fuel from its nuclear power plant, a federal court ordered.
A lawsuit over who had to pay for damages resulting from the botched demolition of a smoke stack at a western Ohio power plant has been settled.
In the heated debate over whether to build the Keystone XL pipeline, the energy industry and lawmakers have predicted that the project could unleash an economic bonanza in the Midwest, and provide jobs for up to a half-million people.