• 'Traders are the lubricant of the commodity industry'

    The results from Asian commodities player Noble highlights the important role of commodities traders, says Nirgunan Tiruchelvam, director of research at Religare Capital Markets Singapore.

  • 'The Fed is finally coming around'

    Tim Speiss, chairman at EisnerAmper, thinks the Fed is starting to see the current economic environment as a good one for a rate rise, which, he says, will have only a moderate impact on markets.

  • Crude oil refinery

    As crude oil continues its decline, the amount of shorts entering the commodity are surging. Why one expert believes we could see sub-$40 oil soon.

  • Oil's steep loss

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports WTI crude has lost 10 percent in November, and discusses demand and supply.

  • The oil storage depot at Indonesian oil company Pertamina in Jakarta

    "The realization of a mega-glut is finally registering within the market," analyst John Kilduff says.

  • Crude slips to 2 month lows on rising inventories

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on rising oil inventories, but it's not the only pressure on prices.

  • British vacuum cleaner brand, Dyson, has lost its legal bid to modify the energy labeling for vacuum cleaners within the European Union.

  • Oil jack pumps are pictured in the Kern River oil field in Bakersfield, Calif.

    Punishing oil and gas companies isn't the answer to America's energy problems, says Bill Dickens.

  • The 12-country producer group kept its forecast for world oil demand growth in 2015, predicting it will rise to average 92.86 million barrels per day.

  • The north of England is set to be home to Europe's largest floating solar power system.

  • Rick Santorum's economic plan.... it's simple

    Rick Santorum, Republican presidential candidate, shares his plans to fix the U.S. economy. It's tough to be competitive with a high tax rate, says Santorum, discussing the merits of his flat tax plan.

  • The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ranks higher education institutions on their green credentials. CNBC takes a look at the top 10.

  • An Oregon company has developed a system that uses photo-chemical processes to break down and remove contaminants from water.

  • There are great benefits to developing the Arctic's amazing wealth of resources, if done carefully, according to Iceland's president.

  • A pump jack and pipes at an oil field near Bakersfield, California.

    Crude prices tumbled on Thursday after the U.S. government reported a bigger-than-expected stockpile build.

  • Energy M&A: What's next?

    CNBC's Kate Kelly discusses the possibility of an energy M&A takeoff ahead.

  • Oil prices fell about 3 percent on Wednesday to their lowest since August on worries over growing crude inventories.

  • Rusted out "pump-jacks" in the oil town of Luling, Texas.

    Retailers, automobile dealers and other companies in Texas are reporting weakness as a result of the slide in crude prices.

  • Travelers check their phones while waiting for a flight at La Guardia Airport during a winter storm on Feb. 2, 2015, in Queens, New York City.

    Americans were facing the threat of severe weather from a mix of snow, thunderstorms and tornadoes from the Rocky Mountains to the Great Lakes.

  •  Gas loyalty success important for us: Ahold CEO

    Ahold CEO Dick Boer says loyalty programs around its gas service stations have been an important part of the business.

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