Oil prices slipped on Monday as further increases in U.S. drilling activity undercut an OPEC-led push to tighten supply. » Read More
National oil giant Saudi Aramco expects to sign $50 billion of deals with U.S. companies on Saturday, CEO Amin Nasser said on Saturday.
Oil prices were heading for a second week of gains on growing expectations that exporters will extend output cuts.
Peter Bain, Old Mutual Asset Management, and Doug Butler, portfolio manager at Rockland Trust, debate infrastructure's priority in President Trump's and Congress's agenda.
Ordinary bank notes, such as dollar bills, can harbor harmful varieties of bacteria and could be spreading infectious diseases among people.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis looks at the past week in commodities and to what's likely to happen next week.
Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman "orchestrated, arranged and agreed to all of this," Princeton University's Bernard Haykel tells CNBC.
Duterte said he discussed it with Xi when the two met in Beijing on Monday, and got a firm, but friendly warning.
OPEC's national representatives plus officials from its Vienna secretariat met on Wednesday and Thursday.
Crescent Petroleum CEO Majid Jafar comments on how the current geopolitical events are affecting the oil producer, with discussion on President Trump, Middle East governments and the shale revolution.
The image of the South Pole as a barren, white landscape looks set to change.
Mercedes-Benz is poised to compete with Tesla in home energy thanks to its new partnership with solar panel installer Vivint Solar.
U.S. crude rose to $50 a barrel for the first time in about three weeks, as a report surfaced that OPEC is considering deeper output cuts.
Oil prices may be about to recover and several analysts have highlighted the energy sector as a potential play for investors.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss the energy sector as turmoil in Washington D.C. makes a tough week for stocks.
Workers at Tesla's California car factory have been passing out and requiring rides in ambulances, the Guardian newspaper reported Thursday.
Mercedes-Benz is partnering with US-based Vivint Solar to compete with Tesla and others in residential solar energy and storage.
More than 120 student teams came to Singapore to compete for creating the most-fuel efficient vehicle.
President Hassan Rouhani is leading in polls, but many voters are undecided and his rival's populist economic message is resonating.
Virendra Chauhan, Energy Aspects, says OPEC is unlikely to simply roll over production cuts as the markets will not buy into it.
Rorce Au Yeung, VPower Group, explains how the distributed power business fulfills the immediate power needs of countries.
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