U.S. oil is down more than 8 percent on the week after two straight weeks of gains.» Read More
Oil traded lower on Friday after the Chinese central bank cut benchmark interest rates for the sixth time since November.
Tesla Motors Inc could begin producing cars in China in two years, chief executive Elon Musk said.
Danish shipping & oil giant, Moller-Maersk said it has cut its profit outlook by more than half a billion U.S. dollar. Maersk's CEO talks to CNBC.
Hurricane Patricia has defied models and surprised researchers, but there is an explanation for its rapid intensity.
A large number of women are opposed to "fracking" because they don't understand it, a female scientist as told The Times.
The FMHR traders reveal the key earnings to watch into next week's trading.
One Indian organisation has been teaching women from rural communities across the world how to install and set up solar installations.
Gary Kelly, Southwest Airlines CEO, discusses he company's growth strategy and the impact of lower energy costs to the bottom line. Also Kelly addresses passenger capacity concerns.
A sharp decline in oil prices highlights the "urgency" for oil exporters to adjust government spending plans.
Continued demand growth and falling production next year may end a protracted slump in energy prices, John Hess says.
Apple is planning further solar projects in China and is pushing its suppliers to go green amid criticism that its partners cause pollution.
Adam Goldstein, Royal Caribbean Cruises, discusses how they are using "air bubbles" to reduce energy consumption for the company's fleet of Ships. We are doing everything we can conceive of to use less energy, says Goldstein.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has sealed a multi-billion dollar deal to finance nuclear power stations in Britain.
Crude prices turned negative on Thursday, after rallying with gasoline and as technical charts suggested a price rebound.
Chris Crane, Exelon CEO, shares his thoughts on alternative energy sources, including the efficiency associated with nuclear energy and weighs in on safety concerns.
Oil and gas producer Santos has rejected a $5.1B offer from a fund backed by the ruling families of Brunei and the UAE.
A global oil glut has the supply-and-demand balance out of wack. Here are the main factors worrying economists about the future.
IT management software company SolarWinds announces it will be acquired by Silver Lake Partners and Thoma Bravo.
Canada's economy is about to get a shot in the arm as a newly elected Liberal government vows to spend big to lift a sluggish economy.
Solar batteries sound like a good, sustainable idea. But are they as green as they seem?