French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron has invited U.S. climate change researchers to move to his country.
Pulitzer prize-winning oil analyst Daniel Yergin appears to be feeling more confident that American drillers can boost output in 2017.
Oil prices rose after news that OPEC members' initial compliance with last year's landmark production cut deal reached a record high.
The Appalachian region — which President Donald Trump carried handily — could lose more than 1,000 coal mining jobs in the next two years.
Global demand for oil continues to pick up, but a period of sluggishness is still expected to hang over producers in 2017.
OPEC members appear to be complying with agreed production cuts, but Saudi Arabia is overcompensating for some of its fellow oil producers.
Crude oil has slumped more than 2 percent this year and could see more pain ahead.
Breaking down a bullish bet on Chesapeake Energy in the options market with "Fast Money" trader Dan Nathan.
Looking at January S&P survey data, OPEC members compliance with cutting production came in at 91 percent, Herman Wang S&P Global Platts OPEC Specialist, reveals.
The carbon tax is a loser of an energy plan that just won't die, says Jake Novak. President Trump should just say no!
Oil prices rose after an unexpected draw in U.S. gasoline inventories pointed to higher demand in the world's biggest oil market.
The drop in gasoline demand in January was recession-like, but the economy seems OK and experts are having a hard time explaining it.
Under a new carbon tax plan proposed by conservatives, a family of four would receive $2,000 in the first year from taxes on fossil fuels.
The recent jump in U.S. crude imports and inventories could reverse from March given the high compliance to the OPEC proposed cuts, Goldman Sachs said.
The "Futures Now" team discusses the rally in crude oil, and where the commodity may head from here.
Azlin Ahmad, crude oil editor at Argus Media, says Asian markets are important for oil, but New York could offer greater liquidity.
Dan Yergin, IHS Markit vice chairman, provides insight to the energy sector in the Trump era as OPEC compliance nears 88-percent.
The movement to block the Dakota Access pipeline is taking on the diffuse, leaderless structure of Occupy Wall Street.
Last year saw $29.4 billion invested to finance the development of wind energy in Europe.
Lothar Mentel, chief investment officer at Tatton Investment Management, talks about the energy market, and how oil majors are reacting to the fluctuating oil price.
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