Energy sector roundup: crude oil slides
Crude down more than $4 a barrel due to tanker backup; futures commission looking for possible price manipulation of U.S. markets
The Associated Press
Following is an Associated Press summary of top stories in the energy sector the afternoon of Thursday, May 29.
Oil prices fell sharply, even though the Energy Department reported unexpected declines in crude oil supplies for the week ending May 23. A stronger dollar and concerns about gas demand al....
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Crude supplies fall as tankers back up
Refiners shares drop
Futures commission looking for price manipulation
Enbridge selling Spanish pipeline stake
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