Severe weather and cyberattacks are among the top dangers facing the energy market, the head of the World Energy Council told CNBC.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble speaks to Saudi Aramco President and Chief Executive Amin Hassan Nasser about the Saudi Arabian oil company.
Suzanne Minter, oil & natural gas analyst at Platts Analytics, discusses shale and differences between oil producers in the U.S. and the Middle East.
Alex Schneiter, CEO of Lundin Petroleum, discusses the company's earning results.
U.S. oil rose nearly 3 percent, driven by supply disruptions in Canada and elsewhere.
SolarCity needs to wake up and face reality, especially after it horrendous first quarter, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Market watcher Dennis Gartman tells CNBC U.S. oil prices may move to a premium over Brent because of the Canadian wildfire.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble asks Saudi Aramco president and chief executive Amin Hassan Nasser where and when the company plans to list.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Using Kensho, we looked at which stocks perform the best and worst on surging oil prices.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reporting the price of oil closing around $45 per barrel.
As the world focuses on the effect of the Canadian wildfire on oil, Barclays points to a longer term problem.
These countries not only face many supply chain risks, but they are not readily equipped to manage these risks, a study found.
SolarCity posted a wider-than-expected quarterly loss as operating expenses ballooned.
SolarCity shares are taking a hit after the company missed on earnings estimates, and cut its forecast for solar panel installations.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports how the wildfires in Canada are disrupting oil prices.
The energy markets continue to be in focus for traders and investors as oil supplies are being disrupted in multiple locations around the world.
The U.K. government has launched a $2.89 million fund to "encourage more businesses to switch to hydrogen-fueled vehicles."
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks ahead as energy and financials lead and utilities lag.
Saudi Arabia's state-run oil company has detailed plans to become the world's leading energy and chemicals company by 2020.
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