Norway's $900-billion wealth fund can no longer invest in Duke Energy and its subsidiaries, the Norwegian central bank said Wednesday.
Enbridge's takeover of Spectra is an attempt to move into the natural gas space, says Libby Toudouze, partner at Cushing Asset Management.
The possibility of a resumption in U.S. shale production should cap oil prices, says Abu Dhabi Investment Authority's Christof Ruehl.
The GOP presidential candidate at a Virginia Beach town hall on Tuesday implied, as he has repeatedly in the past, that ISIS is funding itself with oil wealth.
Oil edged up in a volatile session as the market weighs the prospect of higher supplies against the possibility of a production freeze.
Dakota Access agreed to temporarily halt construction of an oil pipeline in parts of North Dakota where Native American sacred sites are located.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
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Stocks that would do well in the event of a GOP presidential victory are no longer lagging the Clinton stocks as much as they had been.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's seemingly cozy talks with Saudi Arabia may put a floor under oil, possibly limiting what could have been a sharp drop later this month.
Economists who study the U.S. shale oil and gas revolution say the candidate overstates the benefits of more drilling.
National Iranian Oil Company’s Director of International Affairs, S.M. Ghamsari, talks about how important the Asia-Pacific and European market is for Iran.
Markets are being whipped about by moves in the U.S. dollar and OPEC cooperation murmurs, says Seth Kleinman, global head of energy strategy at Citi.
Markets do not believe that OPEC will be able to come to any agreements over oil supply, says Chris Brankin, CEO at TD Ameritrade Asia.
Reduced non-OPEC oil production and increased oil demand have offset higher oil production from OPEC countries, says IEA's Keisuke Sadamori.
Major oil producer Iran has shrugged off the deal between Russia and Saudi Arabia to stabilize oil markets.
Can Iran commit to a production freeze? National Iranian Oil Company’s Director of International Affairs, S.M. Ghamsari says the freeze is in the hands of the country’s oil minister.
EOG Resources said it would buy Yates Petroleum for $2.5 billion, the latest move by a U.S. energy firm to acquire acreage in the Permian Basin.
Crude imports in China and India have increased by more than a million barrels a day year-on-year, says Gunvor Group's David Fyfe.
The Saudi-Russian oil cooperation deal is proactive but the outcome is still up in the air, says S&P Global Platts' Martin Fraenkel.
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