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CNBC's David Faber reports on the deal between Energy Transfer Equity and The Williams Companies.
The first US LNG exports shipped this week, changing the dynamic of the global gas market. By 2020 the US should be a major global player.
Russia’s Rosneft is awaiting a European court ruling on what it claims are illegal sanctions linked to Moscow’s involvement in Ukraine.
Even as falling oil are making fuel prices cheaper, airlines are still raising fares. And playing the best time to book game is getting trickier, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
U.S. oil closed higher on a report OPEC members and Russia had agreed to meet in March to discuss capping crude production.
József Simola, CFO of MOL Group, discusses the impact of oil prices on the company's earnings.
JPMorgan already revealed its latest energy loan loss reserves. Some think other Wall Street banks will follow before earnings are announced in April.
David Faber joins the Power Lunch team to discuss The New York Times report that Energy Transfer Equity is considering abandoning its deal with the Williams Companies.
The occasion was an important one for Cheniere, whose stock shed nearly half its value in 2015 amid tumbling natural gas prices.
The U.S. is in a "real" natural gas revolution as coal is struggling, according to U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz.
With Canadian benchmark crude near record lows, Canada's minister of natural resources, Jim Carr, sees investment opportunities in the country.
Mexico will cut costs as part of the new reality in the oil market while seeking foreign investors to fund drilling projects.
Waiting for oil to come back up? You’ll be in for a long wait, CNBC’s Jim Cramer says.
No matter who gets appointed to the Supreme Court, there is only one fate for the U.S. coal industry, according to labor and economic data.
Brian Sullivan sits down with CSL Capital Management's Managing Partner, Charles Leykum, to discuss volatility in the oil markets today.
Each Australian miner has different weak spots that require more cutting of costs and capital expenditure, says Gaurav Sodhi of Intelligent Investor.
How is innovation and technology changing the way we grow food?
RBC Wealth Management's Alan Robinson says movements in the oil market indicate a bottom is being put in place.
Brandon Wendell from the Online Trading Academy says chart analysis shows Nymex could fall as low as $11 per barrel.
As oil refiners enter their turnaround season, U.S. inventories are expected to rise even further, explains Andy Lipow from Lipow Oil Associates.
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