Dennis Gartman, "The Gartman Letter," shares his bullish bet on commodities, including a play on coal.
Green groups lost a fight to stop India's GVK from building a coal mine in Australia, as an appeal against the project was dismissed.
Australia's Santos put itself up for sale on Friday after receiving approaches and moved to replace its embattled CEO.
Goldman has sold its Colombia coal unit to privately held Murray Energy, concluding the Wall Street firm's divestment of physical commodity assets.
Standard Chartered became the second bank to walk away from a huge Australian coal project, but the country's production rate is still rising.
Having endured months of slings and arrows from negative research reports, Noble's earnings later Monday will be squarely in its critics' sights.
Everything seems to be going wrong for coal stocks, but Larry McDonald of Societe Generale says this could be the perfect time to get in.
President Obama unveiled his plan to tackle climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis takes a look at how President Obama's new energy plan is impacting the coal industry and potential winners in the solar space.
Angel Gurría, Secretary-General of OECD, says putting an end to the use of coal can be done without losing competitiveness worldwide, and why Cop21 is a "great opportunity" to address it.
Insight on earnings, with Lance Fritz, Union Pacific president and CEO, who also discusses the impact coal, crude and natural gas pricing has on business.
Tony Abbott's hostility to wind farms could jeopardize Australia's biggest renewable energy project, a $2 billion-plus wind and solar plant.
A look at two things the "Fast Money" traders are watching that you're probably missing.
Ewen Cameron Watt, chief investment strategist at BlackRock Investment Institute, says investor enthusiasm for carbon-linked stocks is retreating.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports how the collapse in coal is having a ripple effect into other industries.
Supply is moving up more than it should and demand it weaker, says Stephen Davis, Signal Analytics CEO, providing his outlook on oil.
There is some mystery to why a provision dating back to the 1960s that makes little economic sense remains embedded in the government's spending laws.
Andrés Gluski, AES Corp. CEO, discusses his company's strategic alliance with Tesla's new batteries, and where they are finding success providing power.
Two energy chief executives disagree about the risks of relying too heavily on renewable sources.
Norway's $900 billion sovereign fund was told to cut its exposure to the global coal industry and sell stakes in firms that focus on the sector.