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No matter who gets appointed to the Supreme Court, there is only one fate for the U.S. coal industry, according to labor and economic data.
Saudi oil Minister Ali al-Naimi said Tuesday producers will likely meet to discuss an output freeze in March, but production cuts would not happen.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis looks at the natural gas industry and energy markets as Cheniere Energy readies the first export of natural gas from the lower 48 states.
Mexico will cut costs as part of the new reality in the oil market while seeking foreign investors to fund drilling projects.
Saudi oil minister Ali bin Ibrahim Al-Naimi remarks on supply and demand dynamics of oil, in a keynote speech at the IHS CERAWeek conference in Houston.
With Canadian benchmark crude near record lows, Canada's minister of natural resources, Jim Carr, sees investment opportunities in the country.
Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer said the Fed simply did not know what course of action it would take at its next meeting, due three weeks from now.
Saudi Arabia's oil minister declared Tuesday that he was not at war with shale oil drillers, but it's clear the U.S. industry is still under siege.
Saudi oil minister Ali Ibrahim Al-Naimi says producers will hopefully reach an output freeze deal, but production cuts will not happen.
OPEC members are still undecided about oil production cuts, but the cartel is eager to participate in an effort to bring up oil prices.
An IEA official said that a deal between OPEC nations and Russia will 'make no difference' to oil market fundamentals.
Dan Yergin, IHS vice chairman, provides insight to the risks and politics facing OPEC and the future of energy.
Since oil prices cratered, no oil-producing country has eliminated as much production as the U.S. The trend should continue until 2017.
Daniel Yergin of IHS says that a deal between oil producers would just be a start in figuring out how to get the oil market back in balance.
Whether oil prices are actually close to stabilizing after months of painful declines depends on one wild card factor.
Some experts think Russia is the key to resolving the oil glut with OPEC. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports on Russia as the oil 'wild card.'
Oil rallied on Monday as the world's largest producers gathered in Algeria to discuss ways to support the market.
Technical analyst Carter Worth says the outlook for energy isn't so hot.
OPEC producers could have a significant impact if they agreed to a production freeze, but it's unlikely they'll get it done.