Oil fell as concerns that violence in the Middle East would disrupt supply faded, and the focus returned to a persistent market glut.» Read More
Is the midst of a financial meltdown, Greece seeks cash and a pipeline deal from the Russians. But any agreement will need EU approval.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has won a competition to desalinate unusable water and make it drinkable for humans and crops.
While volatility remains near the lowest level this year, some options traders are betting a select group of stocks are set to rally or plunge.
Brazilian oil giant Petrobras believes it has started to normalize its relationship with investors and to implement better governance.
About 25% more LNG exports will hit the world market by 2020, and this will transform the energy market, predict CEOs at CERAWeek.
A Berlin-based company is using solar to change the lives of people living without access to mains electricity.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Yemen helps push crude higher, and production in the US declined slightly.
Ernest Moniz, U.S. Secretary of Energy, provides insight to progress on the negotiations of the Iran nuclear deal. Moniz weighs in on the potential for U.S. crude exports.
The Brazilian oil company, embroiled in a corruption scandal, unveiled the estimate in its audited fourth-quarter financials.
After being battered by falling crude prices, many U.S. energy stocks may soon blow past broader U.S. markets, one analyst said.
Charif Souki, CEO of liquefied natural gas exporter Cheniere Energy, said U.S. oil prices have bottomed and the worst is behind us now.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com explains why the next few days could be make or break time for the crude rally.
Is the recent energy bounce over? The charts and the fundamentals appear to tell different stories.
Russia and Argentina signed several cooperation documents in the energy sector, underlining Moscow's drive to deepen ties with South America.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan sits down with Richard Kinder, Kinder Morgan CEO, for an exclusive interview to discuss potential acquisitions and big oil opportunities.
Brazil's state-run oil giant, Petrobras, is engulfed in arguably the largest financial scandal in the country's history.
Renewable energy sources will make up most of the new energy capacity scheduled for 2015.
Brian Reynolds, Rosenblatt Securities, joins Closing Bell to weigh in on Brazil's Petrobras scandal.
Pioneer Natural Resources CEO Scott Sheffield says he's optimistic the U.S. will lift an oil export ban after recent meetings with lawmakers.
Larry McDonald, Societe Generale, and Erin Gibbs, S&P Capital IQ, discusses value in the energy sector and determine whether energy is a yield trade.