Dickie Wong of Kingston Securities says Chow Tai Fook's interest in Alinta is due to the stable revenues the utilities sector offers.
Jonathan Barratt, CIO at Ayers Alliance Securities, says Alinta might be a private company but it operates in a strategic sector.
Khalid Al-Falih, energy minister of Saudi Arabia, tells CNBC that OPEC production cuts are going according to plan.
Putin has indicated he's ready to bargain, whether or not the State Department shows up, writes Pavel Baev.
King Salman oversaw the signing of deals as the world's largest oil exporter looks to cement ties with the world's second-largest economy.
The corporate interest deduction raises more revenue for the federal government than a border adjustment tax would.
Oil prices surrendered early gains, as support from a weaker dollar was offset by a stubbornly high level of U.S. inventories.
Australia may spend up to A$2 billion to expand a huge hydro power scheme, although the main owners of the dam have yet to be consulted.
New analysis has shown that U.K. efforts to fight climate change and boost energy efficiency have seen emissions and bills fall.
Demand for oil is expected to drop in 2017, the International Energy Agency said in a report on Wednesday, raising further problems for producers as they try to ramp up prices.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
"Prices have just kind thrown in the towel in the last week," says ClipperData's Max Smith.
Oil climbed up from three-month lows, lifted by a surprise drawdown in U.S. stocks and helped by data from the International Energy Agency.
U.S. shale drillers became more efficient during the oil downturn and could pump through another bout of low prices, Kate Richard said.
A new report from OPEC spells even more trouble for struggling oil companies.
Scott Pruitt said last week that he doesn't believe carbon dioxide is a "primary contributor" to global warming.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the latest read on crude oil inventories from the EIA.
OPEC's production deal appears on shaky ground, as Saudi Arabia's deputy crown prince visited the White House.
Scientists in England have developed a technique that uses solar power to produce clean hydrogen from biomass.
Saudi Arabia is providing the lion's share of the cartel's production cuts while many members continue to pump above their quotas.
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