Appalachian hubs lead the charge as North American natural gas hub prices rise on Wednesday, June 28.
Deal between Lithuania, Poland involves transporting oil products.
U.S. crude stocks rose slightly last week as refineries cut output, while gasoline stocks decreased and distillate inventories fell, the EIA said June 28.
The agencies are working to rescind the rule, known as the Waters of the U.S. or WOTUS rule, and reinstate the language of the rule before it was changed in 2015.
North American natural gas hub prices had mixed results on June 27.
Oil prices rose about 2% on June 27 and hit a one-week high, boosted by a weaker dollar, short covering and expectations that crude inventories in the U.S. may decline for the third consecutive week.
TransCanada sets ATM program to issue up to C$1B in shares.
Trump will announce plans to increase exports in “energy dominance” speech on June 29.
TPG Growth, an affiliate of private equity firm TPG, entered an agreement to acquire Dallas-based Discovery Midstream, which has an asset position in Colorado's Denver-Julesburg Basin.
OPEC will not rush into making a further cut in oil output or end some countries' exemptions to output limits, although a meeting in Russia in July is likely to consider further steps.
Most North American natural gas hub prices move up on Monday, June 26.
Sunoco’s CEO among three senior executives who will retire at end of year.