CNBC gives you a quick guide to the World Energy Congress' 'Energy Trilemma'.
The U.K. government has approved a horizontal fracking permit at a Cuadrilla site in Lancashire, northern England.
Iran used to be the "black sheep" of major oil producer group OPEC but now Iraq is increasingly looking like the potential dissenter in the group.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the latest read of EIA natural gas inventories.
Most investors look at frontier markets through a haze of fear. Yet the Arab world could arguably produce the greatest returns.
Meteorologists decide on hurricane names years in advance, and sometimes reuse them. CNBC looks at the history and politics behind naming storms.
There is a short-term floor on oil prices but rebalancing in oil is likely only in 2019, says Johannes Benigni, chairman of JBC Energy Group.
How is Morocco putting itself at the forefront of solar power?
Amrita Sen, chief oil analyst at Energy Aspects, says that oil producing nations must come up with co-ordinated action.
Jimmy Lee, CEO of Wealth Consulting Group, weighs in on his preferred stocks and how the upcoming U.S. presidential election could affect markets.
In Venezuela's asphyxiating economy, PDVSA employees are struggling to pay for everything from food and bus rides to school fees.
Valentijn van Nieuwenhuijzen, head of strategy, multi-asset, at NN Investment Partners, says he's not convinced oil prices will stabilize.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Bruce Wu, vice GM at Pacific Commerce, talks about independent oil refineries in China and the competitive advantages of being small in the energy industry.
A Texas petroleum drilling company announced Tuesday it has made a large-scale oil discovery of 6 billion barrels off Alaska's North Slope.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on the close of the oil market.
The "FMHR" traders and Yana Barton, Eaton Vance Management Portfolio Manager, discuss the bounce in the markets following positive economic data.
Oil prices hit session highs on Wednesday after the U.S. government reported another surprise weekly drawdown in crude inventories.
Hurricane Matthew was nearing the Bahamas, regaining some of the strength it had lost after swiping Cuba and leaving a trail of destruction in Haiti.
A report on U.S. crude inventories is constructive for oil prices, but once crude goes above $50 it may hit some bumps, Helima Croft says.
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