Exxon, Mnuchin, lawmakers weigh in ahead of Trump oil meeting
President Trump may have pushed up the price of oil when he tweeted yesterday about a potential deal with Saudi Arabia and Russia, but he is expected to face a divided oil industry when he meets with executives today at the White House.
Trump to host oil meeting: Who's going and why it matters
The country's top oil executives are expected to gather at the White House tomorrow and push President Trump to address the industry's slowdown. What's on the agenda and will it work?
Methane emissions may rise despite oil crash — report
While CO2 emissions are likely to fall this year because of the economic slowdown sparked by the novel coronavirus, there's no guarantee methane emissions will fall even if oil and gas production falls, the International Energy Agency said in a report yesterday.
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Trump: 'You're going to lose an industry'
President Trump reiterated yesterday that he'd get involved in a global price war at the "appropriate time," calling the historic low crude oil prices that threaten U.S. energy producers "not even feasible."
Support builds in Texas for mandatory production cuts
Two Texas oil producers asked state regulators yesterday to impose mandatory production quotas on drillers, saying it was necessary to prevent even worse economic harm from the collapse of oil prices.