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IEA Executive Director Fatih Birol says without government support, the renewable energy space will face some difficulties.
Alexander Novak, Russian energy minister, discusses the oil production environment in his country.
Patrick Pouyanné, Total CEO, explains his view that cycles and volatility are inherent in the commodity business.
Eulogio Del Pino, Venezuela minister of petroleum, emphasizes how fundamental the oil market is to the world economy.
Mohammad Barkindo, secretary-general of OPEC, discusses his market strategy for oil, saying that addressing the current supply overhang is most important.
CNBC takes a look at how Germany is embracing renewable energy.
Renewables are fast becoming a key component of Scotland's energy mix as the country contemplates weak oil prices.
We take a look at how one device is helping to transform the lives of people living off-grid.
Discussing Donald Trump's ideas for energy independence with David Sandalow, Former Energy Undersecretary, Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets, and Tilman Fertitta, CNBC's Billion Dollar Buyer and Landry's Inc. Chairman & CEO.
John Hofmeister, Former President Shell Oil Co. and Citizens for Affordable Energy Founder & CEO, discusses the future of the energy industry in the U.S. given current prices and alternative energies.
Lynn Good, Duke Energy chairman & CEO, discusses the outlook on natural gas, and shares her thoughts on incentives for investing in renewable energy. Also Good and Erskine Bowles, weigh in on the U.S. economy.
How is tech helping to make the oil sands industry environmentally friendly?
How is innovation propelling Canada's oil sands industry forward?
What are the key questions surrounding the Keystone pipeline, and how will this affect Canada?
CNBC's Phil Han explains why there is so much controversy surrounding the Keystone XL pipeline.
With the popularity of electric cars on the rise, how will they be charged?
CNBC's Louisa Bojesen looks at whether the boom in shale has made exploration companies turn away from the Arctic for oil.
What will happen to North Sea oil and gas reserves if Scotland votes for independence?
In the U.K., the appetite for solar among some is becoming increasingly stronger.
The price of oil will not have much of an impact when it comes to the transition to clean sources of energy, according the one CEO.
CNBC takes a look at some of the most notable statements made at the 23rd World Energy Congress in Istanbul.