SunEdison is one of the largest bankruptcies by asset value in a decade.
On Earth Day, global leaders will sign the COP21 Paris agreement, but this is why we need action, not just talk, says Gabon's president.
The FMHR traders look at whether the run in ConocoPhillips can continue, after Jefferies sees valuation concerns in the name.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Discussing how oil gets to $85, with Mike Rothman, Conerstone Analytics.
Saudi Arabia threatened to sell $750 billion in U.S. assets, but experts say its uncertain how Riyadh arrived at that figure.
U.S. oil prices slid, reversing early gains as a rebounding dollar weighed on commodities denominated in the U.S. currency.
Russia said it was prepared to push oil production to historic highs, just days after a global deal to freeze output levels collapsed.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the Department of Energy's small injection in natural gas inventories.
Growing potatoes, kale and garlic at JFK airport? JetBlue's sustainability chief is rewriting the book on going green.
Houston's flooding is natural, but there are steps to reduce losses of life and property.
SolarCity's stock rose more than 10 percent after a piece of legislation was approved by San Francisco officials.
As crude prices remain higher than some expected, energy experts weigh in on Saudi Arabia's next move.
Tobias Levkovich, Citi chief U.S. equity strategist, weighs in on what's driving the comeback in stocks, including earnings and global commodities.
Oil's current rally isn't based on fundamentals, so prices will likely keep struggling throughout this year, warns Mitul Kotecha, head of Asia FX and rates strategy at Barclays.
Stabilization is underway in commodities, China's economic outlook and corporate earnings, notes Stephen Davies, CEO of Javelin Wealth Management.
Energy industry deals declined in the first quarter from a year ago, as would-be acquirers remained locked out of capital markets and others saw little they wanted to buy.
Falling U.S. production and supply-demand re-balancing will support range-bound oil prices in the next few months, says ANZ's Daniel Hynes.
The "new normal" for U.S. oil prices could be as much as double the current $40 per barrel by 2018, a long-time industry advisor tells CNBC.
The storm that struck Houston may have caused as much flooding in some areas as Tropical Storm Allison, suggesting billions of dollars in losses.
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