With crude oil hitting a 7-month low, Paul Sankey, Wolfe Research senior analyst, talks about investing in the energy sector.
Before the break, how energy does after crude drops twenty percent in six months. According to our data partners at Kensho, the ETFXLE is the big winner up six point fifty-five percent in the next month. Energy as a whole picks up five and a half percent. The OIL ETF comes up its low but not by much. For more Kensho go to CNBC.com/pro. The halftime report with Scott Wapner is back in two minutes.
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Energy Secretary Rick Perry tells CNBC the science around climate change isn't settled, contradicting NASA, NOAA.
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Fundamentals for oil markets are improving, but Brent is unlikely to climb much higher than $50 a barrel, says Ole Hansen, Saxo Bank.
Oil prices slipped on Monday, extending last week's losses after coming under pressure over the past month from rising production.
The White House sees nuclear power as "a very important part" of its energy strategy, Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry said.
Ride-sharing company Lyft has announced an ambitious set of "climate impact goals".
In South Korea, a pledge to scrap plans for new reactors marks an overhaul for country’s energy policy, Financial Times reports.
Crude oil's slip back below $50 a barrel has halted a tentative recovery in initial public offerings from energy companies.
This comes two weeks after some Gulf Arab states severed ties with Doha.
Rick Perry, the US secretary of energy, speaks to CNBC about whether he believes carbon dioxide is the primary control knob behind climate change.
Rick Perry, U.S. secretary of Energy, talks about the renaissance in America's energy industry, and investing in research and development.
Rick Perry, U.S. secretary of Energy, talks about American's energy strategy.
The coal binge, especially in China, is winding down, Vox reports.
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