Oil prices resumed their downward trend on Wednesday after data showed a rise in U.S. crude inventories. » Read More
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Oil prices edged up in choppy trade on Tuesday as analysts anticipated a drop in U.S. crude inventories.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch cut its view on Tesla shares by $5 after analyzing the electric car company's combination with SolarCity.
If correct, that would mean the initial $2 trillion valuation figure is off by a little more than the combined market valuation of Amazon and Netflix.
Weak demand within the energy complex could bubble up to the crude oil market, analysts say.
Tesla will double the number of Supercharger stations in 2017, to expand the reach of its network and to shorten lines at existing stations.
Kloza sees oil largely remaining in its recent low- to mid-$50 range for some time.
After campaign promises not to rely on executive orders, Trump will sign the most out of any president's 100 days since World War II.
Bernstein analyst Deepa Venkateswaran and Andrew Sentance, senior economic adviser at PwC, discuss the U.K. government's latest energy pricing policy.
Sustainable Energy takes a look at natural gas and its increasing importance.
New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg urged world leaders not to follow President Donald Trump's lead on climate change.
Oil gave up gains on Monday as a rise in U.S. drilling countered expectations that OPEC will extend output cuts until the end of 2017.
Debating the energy sector with Neal Dingmann of Suntrust, with the bull position, and Kyle Cooper of IAF Advisors, with the bear position.
Beijing appears to be sending fresh signals about its view on North Korea, in order to convince Trump to take less aggressive action.
“To make fusion available on Earth you need the largest size plant… the size is absolutely critical,” so no single country can afford to construct this equipment alone on a reasonable time scale, explains ITER’s Director General Bernard Bigot.
Beverage bottles are used to make synthetic fabrics for clothing as well as carpeting and bags, Buzzfeed reports.
How can energy companies work alongside government and society to improve how they use and reuse water? A new report offers solutions.
CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick takes you on an exclusive tour of ITER, the “world’s largest fusion experiment” which currently has 2,300 workers on site to construct it.
Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg of the Lundberg Survey said consumers could see price increases slow as crude oil costs drop.
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