CNBC's Steve Sedgwick reports the latest on OPEC and speaks to Mohammed Barkindo, OPEC Secretary General, in Istanbul.
The “Fast Money” traders and Stephanie Link, TIAA Global Asset Management, share their best bets in energy.
Igor Sechin, the head of Kremlin energy champion Rosneft, said his company will not cut or freeze oil production.
Alexander Novak, Russian energy minister, discusses the oil production environment in his country.
Alexander Novak, Russia's minister of energy, has reaffirmed that his country is prepared to join OPEC in a production freeze.
Patrick Pouyanné, Total CEO, explains his view that cycles and volatility are inherent in the commodity business.
Eulogio Del Pino, Venezuela minister of petroleum, emphasizes how fundamental the oil market is to the world economy.
OPEC has reached a crucial turning point in its measures to return the oil market to balance, its secretary-general said at World Energy Congress.
Mohammad Barkindo, secretary-general of OPEC, discusses his market strategy for oil, saying that addressing the current supply overhang is most important.
Saudi Aramco feels "comfortable" that by 2018 oil prices will have recovered and the market conditions will be right for its IPO.
Jean-Bernard Levy, chairman and CEO of European utility EDF, has expressed relief over the decision to give Hinkley Point the green light.
Patrick Pouyanné, Total CEO, discusses the potential for further action from OPEC to address the current crude supply glut.
Leonid Fedun, vice president of Lukoil, discusses OPEC production cuts, adding that his company always supports a predictable oil price.
EDF CEO Jean-Bernard Lévy discusses the profitability of his company's Hinkley Point nuclear power station deal, adding that British consumers will see good value for money.
Jean-Bernard Lévy, CEO of EDF, is positive over his company's upcoming Hinkley Point construction project, assuring that the nuclear power station will be delivered "on time, on cost."
Patrick Pouyanné, Total CEO, explains his company's business strategy to meet its growth targets.
A Chinese institute is developing a shipping container-sized nuclear power plant called the "hedianbao," the South China Morning Post reports.
Oil supply could fall in line with demand quickly if OPEC and Russia agree to a steep enough cut in production, the International Energy Agency said.
In Germany, the idea of fostering energy independence through renewables is gaining traction with some.
CNBC's Steve Sedgwick reports oil prices slip from one-year highs as oil producers hold an informal meeting at the World Energy Congress.
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