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Sector Update: Energy Shares Down in Late Trading; Crude Futures Slip Below $95 a Barrel

NYMEX Benchmark Crude January: (-$0.66) to $94.31

Top Energy Stocks

XOM: +0.9%

CVX: -0.9%

COP: -0.2%

SLB: -0.9%

OXY: -1.3%

Energy shares are down in late-session trading while crude oil futures slip to trade below $95 per barrel.

Light, sweet crude oil for January delivery traded down $0.66 to $94.31 a barrel.

In energy news, shares of Halliburton Co. ( HAL ) are higher. CNBC reported that HAL spent $70,000 in the third quarter to lobby the federal government on hydraulic fracturing techniques and other issues.

The number is less than the company has spent recently, HAL spent $80,000 in the year-ago period, and $85,000 in the second quarter.

HAL shares are up 0.7%.

Meanwhile, ZBB Energy (ZBB) shares are up 5.6% after it announced Thursday that it has signed a joint development and license agreement and a stock purchase agreement with a global technology company to jointly develop flow batteries.

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