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Saudi Aramco cashes in on rising oil prices as profit jumps 80 percent.

Saudi Aramco, the national oil company of Saudi Arabia, reported on Sunday net come of $39.5 billion for the first…

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Business

Russian Shipping Traffic Remains Strong as Sanctions Take Time to Bite

WASHINGTON — Shipping traffic in and out of Russia has remained relatively strong in the past few months as companies…

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Business

Oil Giants Sell Dirty Wells to Buyers With Looser Climate Goals, Study Finds

When Royal Dutch Shell sold off its stake in the Umuechem oil field in Nigeria last year, it was, on…

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Business

Europe Is About to Ban Russian Oil: What’s Next?

Russia’s decades-long dominance of Europe’s energy market is crumbling, and the biggest blow is expected this week as the European…

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Business

Russia Could Sell More Energy to Asia, but Has to Slash Prices

BEIJING — Last year, the Grand Aniva, a Russian tanker with four spherical tanks for holding ultracold liquefied natural gas,…

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World

Sunflower Oil ‘Vanishes’ as Ukraine War Grinds On

First the coronavirus, then the war. Just as the pandemic caused shortages of essential items, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has…

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World

The Energy War Intensifies

Good evening. This is your Russia-Ukraine War Briefing, a weeknight guide to the latest news and analysis about the conflict.…

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World

Your Wednesday Briefing

Lloyd Austin, the U.S. defense secretary.Credit...Thomas Lohnes/Getty ImagesInternational support to arm Ukraine The U.S. has marshaled 40 ...

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World

Why U.S. Oil Companies Aren’t Riding to Europe’s Rescue

HOUSTON — Oil and gasoline prices are climbing. Energy company profits are surging. President Biden, who came into office promising…

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Magazine

How to Put Out a Grease Fire

“Frying chicken isa common culprit,” says Bruce D. Bouch, a fire-program specialist at the U.S. Fire Administration. Cooking is the…

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