Crude oil prices jumped as much as 2 percent on Tuesday, shrugging off big drops in Japan's stock market.» Read More
ETP CEO Kelcy Warren, discusses the rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline by President Obama Friday.
The bracing waters of the smallest state in the U.S. will soon be home to its first offshore wind farm.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on the oil market's close, live from the NYMEX.
Discussing the price of natural gas, and global oil production metrics, with Energy Transfer Partners CEO Kelcy Warren.
CNBC's Bob Pisani details how impressive earnings from energy names could show how they've learned to cope with low oil prices.
New York Attorney General is investigating Exxon Mobil, and Adidas announced an initiative to help high schools get rid of Native American mascots, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Millennials invest less in the stock market than baby boomers do — and when they do, they're favoring very different stocks.
A French company has developed a way to generate energy that takes inspiration from a centuries old technology.
Hint: It's not the Fed, Art Cashin says.
British oil and gas services company Amec Foster Wheeler Plc raised its cost-savings target for the year and cut its dividend in half.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports natural gas inventories, which revealed an injection of 52 billion cubic feet.
Gas prices are sliding, and CNBC "Fast Money" traders believe some stocks — from airlines to automakers — will see big benefits.
China's President Xi is dropping into Singapore for a two-day state visit with Singapore's Prime Minister Lee. Here's what is likely to top the agenda.
Oil prices fell on Thursday, under pressure from rising supplies in the United States, where inventories gained for a sixth straight week.
Top technician Rich Ross says the charts of oil stocks are implying a more than 15 percent surge in the near term.
Volkswagen is facing more heat amid its emissions scandal, after understating fuel usage on some models affecting 800,000 cars sold in Europe.
It's been a tough year for commodities, but expert Jodie Gunzberg explains why one indicator could be signaling a bottom.
China releases more carbon dioxide through burning coal than what all of Germany emits from fossil fuels, the New York Times reports.
The mutual funds with the biggest bets on shares of Elon Musk's Tesla Motors explain why they are still in love with the electric-car stock.
Oil prices were being closely watched Wednesday after a rally in the previous session, ahead of crucial U.S. crude stockpile data.