The "Futures Now" team discusses the rally in crude oil, and where the commodity may head from here. With CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
Oil prices rose further on Thursday, building on two days of gains after Kuwait gave its backing for an extension of OPEC production cuts.
EPA chief Scott Pruitt blames regulations for the coal's industry's decline and downplays market forces.
A number of environmentally focused corporations say they'll keep fighting climate change, despite government policy, Buzzfeed reports.
The energy giant announced a $13.3 billion deal to sell its oil sands and natural gas holdings in Canada to Cenovus Energy.
Red states are among those leading the transition to clean energy and hundreds of businesses are too, says former Portland mayor Sam Adams.
Vladimir Putin suggested climate change doubters "may not be at all silly" at CNBC's International Arctic Forum in Arkhangelsk on Thursday.
ConocoPhillips agreed to sell oil sands and western Canadian natural gas assets, making it the latest international oil major to pull back from the region.
Saudi Aramco has formally appointed JPMorgan Chase & Co, Morgan Stanley and HSBC as international financial advisers for its IPO.
Sustainable Energy finds out about one anaerobic digestion plant in Kenya.
2016 saw global renewable energy generation capacity increase by 161 gigawatts the International Renewable Energy Agency said Thursday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks to CNBC's Geoff Cutmore at the International Arctic Forum.
Gudlaugur Thór Thórdarson, Icelandic minister for foreign affairs, says that security concerns are not impacting his country's relations with Russia at the International Arctic Forum.
Russia plans to fulfill its obligations to cut oil output in line with the agreement between oil producing countries by the end of April.
CNBC's Geoff Cutmore reports from the International Arctic Forum, with comments from Alexander Novak, Russian energy minister.
The U.S. shale boom shaking the oil industry is changing the way deep-water oil exploration projects are done, a researcher said Thursday.
Matt Smith of ClipperData says only some OPEC members are pulling their weight in complying with output cuts.
Angus Rodger of Wood Mackenzie says the deepwater oil drilling sector has gradually cut costs by 20 percent since 2014.
Jim Cramer explains why the president's energy plans will not stop coal's demise.
Kathy Lien, MD of BK Asset Management, says crude could reach a price target of $52.
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