The nation's power plants are getting old, which could tighten supply, warns Brett Redman of AGL Energy.
Rising U.S. output continues to hurt oil prices, notes Vandana Hari of Vanda Insights.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
After two straight weeks of losses, U.S. crude futures are set to drop, yet again.
Chevron CEO John Watson speaks with CNBC's Brian Sullivan on the US shale boom and how US energy producers are faring against OPEC.
Chevron CEO John Watson speaks with CNBC's Brian Sullivan on whether he'd support the White House increasing the gas tax to fund infrastructure projects.
Port of Corpus Christi CEO John LaRue discusses the new petrochemical plant venture at the Texas port and how it will effect the U.S. economy and energy sector.
Oil edged below $52 on Monday as rising U.S. crude output and drilling activity countered production cuts aimed at clearing a supply glut.
Russia has launched its biggest military build-up in the Arctic since the fall of the Soviet Union, according to NBC News.
Asia markets close up, with energy plays mostly finishing lower and several major exchanges shut for a Labor Day public holiday.
Oil exporters in the Middle East will see their budget deficits shrink as austerity, taxes and stable oil prices begin to take effect, the IMF told CNBC.
Exxon Mobil posted profits of 95 a share in the first quarter of 2017, compared with analysts' EPS estimates for 85 cents.
Chevron earned an adjusted $1.23 per share in the first quarter versus expectations for EPS of 86 cents.
An Exxon executive said the company is complying with Russian sanctions a week after the Treasury Department denied its waiver request.
The bull/bear debate on energy with Brian Youngberg, Edward Jones oil and gas analyst, and John Kilduff, Again Capital founding partner.
The "Halftime Report" traders weigh in on three stocks that reported earnings today in an "energy edition" of our trader blitz.
A measure by Rep. Tim Murphy could jeopardize pressure on coal companies to permanently fund retirees' health care, Huff Post reports.
Tesla's biggest competitors are likely not auto companies, but well-funded tech companies.
Oppenheimer Funds' Talley Leger says industrials could see the most impact if President Trump manages to push through his pro-growth policies
Daniel Hynes, ANZ, says there's bulls are counting on extended output cuts but bears are focusing on the inventory build concerns.
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