Poor economic data out of Asia lends further evidence to the idea the oil rally has peaked, Again Capital's John Kilduff said.
Nigeria lacks the capacity to take down militants who have relentlessly bombed the country's oil infrastructure, experts say.
U.S. oil prices closed off session lows as the dollar rally lost momentum, but gloomy economic prospects abroad weighed.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Apple has invested heavily in solar power, creating a $850-million solar farm last year to power its California operations.
Oil markets might be showing signs of concern over the global economy but the second half of the year is nonetheless looking rosy, OPEC said.
JBC Energy Group Chairman Johannes Benigni says there has been a lack of crude inventory buying interest.
Oil prices are likely to fall toward $40 a barrel as China's crude imports hit an inevitable ceiling, according to Matt Smith.
The latest rig count numbers show the industry is more confident that the market is stabilizing and is on its way higher, says Jeffrey Grossman.
Harold Hamm says he's taking important steps to get ready for the day when the U.S. will have to ramp up oil production.
The U.S. Department of Energy has announced plans to invest more than $10 million to help R&D in "efficient lighting."
ClipperData's Matt Smith says that oil prices at $50 a barrel indicate U.S. oil production might be leveling off.
World Coal Association CEO, Benjamin Sporton explains why coal is still important for developing economies, while commenting on low-emission coal technology.
U.S. oil prices fell about 3 percent as the U.S. rig count rose for the second straight week and as a strong dollar again weighed.
Nearly 8,000 jobs have been lost from the North Sea oil and gas industry during the downturn, while 120,000 roles have gone across the wider economy.
The CarbFix project found a way to turn carbon dioxide gas to stone in a matter of months. It may be the safest way to store carbon emissions.
One key report on Friday afternoon could be interesting for markets.
Global markets strategist Gabriela Santos, JPMorgan, and Head of Equity Trading David Seaburg, Cowen & Company, discuss shifts in the market and consumer sentiment.
U.S. companies need to spend outside their cash flow in order for production to rise, Tapstone Energy CEO Tom Ward says.
Oil prices need to recover to roughly $70 a barrel — and stay there — before U.S. shale drillers invest in new production, Tom Petrie said.
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