CNBC contributor Evan Newmark and CNBC's Mike Santoli share their takes on the energy sector.
Oil prices extended losses after Saudi Arabia said it will not attend talks on Monday with non-OPEC producers to discuss supply cuts.
Analysts are split on what the news means for the Saudis' goal of securing significant output cuts and reversing a two-year oil price slump.
Trump holds stock in the company building the disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline, and pipeline opponents warn that Trump's investments could affect any decision he makes.
An early winter freeze in northeast Asia has boosted prices for thermal coal and LNG.
GOP control of the White House and Congress puts pressure on emerging markets, emboldens U.S. drillers and raises risks for Iran.
Crude oil prices are seeing pressure today. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the details.
Oil prices have fluctuated on comments the OPEC might agree to an output cut. But the meeting might not be enough to raise prices.
The intrepid adventures of early 20th century explorers have helped to inform research into sea ice around the Antarctic.
T. Boone Pickens accused J. Cleo Thompson and Delaware Basin Resources of attempting to cheat him out of profits and ownership interests.
Figures have shown that renewables are becoming an increasingly important part of the U.S. energy mix.
Saudi Arabia is pushing for production cuts, but Iran is worried about a more hostile U.S. under Donald Trump, John Kilduff says.
Uncertainty ahead of an OPEC-led cut and thin liquidity during the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday kept traders from making big new bets.
Uber Mexico has partnered with U.K.-based Drayson Technologies to create "hyper-local air pollution information" for Mexico City.
Oil analysts see OPEC striking a production curb deal by Nov. 30 but are awaiting details on President-elect Donald Trump's policies.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports crude oil inventories from the EIA.
Saudi Arabia is expected to make the biggest production cut to make the agreement work, says Daniel Hynes at ANZ.
One-time spice capital Malacca is pumping nearly $3B into a plan to put itself in demand in a different hot commodity - oil.
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi told reporters Iraq is willing to cut its crude oil output as part of OPEC's plan to reduce global supply.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
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