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  • Exclusive: Citgo valued at more than $10 billion in revised bids - sources

    Citgo Petroleum Corp, Venezuela's U.S. oil refining unit, has received revised bids from at least four bidders, some which have valued the company at more than $10 billion, according to three people familiar with the matter. Pricing at the top range of...
  • Lifting the U.S. ban on oil exports would send OPEC a message

    Crude oil prices are down 40% in recent months. There's a surplus of 2 million barrels being pumped each day. Estimates are that demand for oil will fall in 2015. And yet in the face of all this, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, or...
  • Earth-to-face beauty products grow in popularity

    Earth-to-face beauty products grow in popularity
    It's become almost ho-hum to read a menu that lists precisely where the apples were picked or how the cow was raised. So what's the next wave in sourcing? It's already upon us. People are becoming as picky about what goes on their skin as what goes in...
  • U.S. court dismisses Colombian human rights claims against Occidental

    A U.S. federal appeals court on Monday threw out a human rights lawsuit brought against Occidental Petroleum Corp over allegations that it played a role in killings carried out by the Colombian military in 2004. A three-judge panel of the San Francisco-...
  • Retiring Newport News Shipbuilding exec leaves enduring legacy

    Retiring Newport News Shipbuilding exec leaves enduring legacy
    The slide rule was still in vogue when Danny Hunley arrived at Newport News Shipbuilding, and the Navy didn't have enough nuclear-powered aircraft carriers to amass a fleet. The year was 1974, and the Mathews County resident had joined the company as...
  • Puerto Rico to present power-authority overhaul ideas to creditors

    Restructuring experts will present different scenarios to overhaul Puerto Rico's troubled electric power authority (PREPA) to creditors on Monday, but will stop short of recommending job cuts, the president of PREPA's board said in a statement. The...
  • AFC First Financial Corp. provides funding to home energy program

    Home energy program receives funds AFC First Financial Corporation, an energy efficiency lending and program management company, and SunGen Capital Management, an energy project finance and investment management firm, have completed the first funding...
  • Stricter ozone standards would be disastrous for the economy

    Stricter ozone standards would be disastrous for the economy
    Your editorial on ozone regulations suggests we would have no national ozone standards at all without the EPA's onerous new regulations ("Holding one's breath, GOP style," Dec. 8). Not true. The current ozone standards of 75 parts per billion (ppb) are...
  • Oil price plunge hurts Russia's Putin: Their Take

    Oil price plunge hurts Russia's Putin: Their Take
    Bad for Vlad The falling price of oil is good news for American motorists, and it has an extra added attraction: It's making life miserable for Russian President Vladimir Putin.… The oil windfall is likely to help the U.S. economy rev up to a...
  • Exelon would profit from reforms proposed by operator of electric-grid

     Exelon would profit from reforms proposed by operator of electric-grid
    Ever have someone bail when they said they'd be there? That's exactly what happened during the polar vortex last winter when nearly a quarter of power producers didn't show up to provide power to the electric grid during one of the coldest days on...
  • Maryland fracking rules proposed, but Hogan gets final say

    Maryland fracking rules proposed, but Hogan gets final say
    As expected, the O'Malley administration has moved ahead with regulations intended to ensure safe drilling for natural gas in western Maryland.  It will be up to Gov.-elect Larry Hogan, though, whether they get imposed. On Thursday night, the Department...