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  • Will Shipping Tycoon's $11 Billion Gamble Pay Off? Friday, 14 Sep 2012 | 12:49 PM ET

    Shipping magnate John Fredriksen is investing billions in rigs and tankers—despite weak petroleum and global economic forecasts, Oilprice.com reports. So what's fueling his giant bet?

  • A makeshift emerald mine in The Panjshir Valley, Afghanistan.

    Officials and industry experts are worried that the potential wealth to be made from Afghanistan's resources has increased the level of corruption, violence, and intrigue in the country.

  • Trading Oil Exploration & Production     Friday, 7 Sep 2012 | 6:31 AM ET

    Andrei Gaidamaka, Lukoil deputy CEO, discusses how a drop in crude oil inventories will impact energy exploration and production.

  • Saudi Arabia, the world's central bank for oil, could become a net oil importer by 2030 according to a new study by Citigroup, the international financial conglomerate.

  • Five Oligarchs Whose Names You Need to Know Wednesday, 5 Sep 2012 | 3:53 PM ET

    Oligarchs are the wealthy few who benefit from the government and for all intents and purposes call the shots behind the scenes. Oilprice.com considers five key oligarchs and oligarch families who will shape the future.

  • Oil Prices: Supply Worries Aren't What Matters Now Tuesday, 4 Sep 2012 | 3:41 PM ET

    Geopolitical and economic issues are shaping the price of oil more than worries about supply.

  • The Bearish Case for Oil     Tuesday, 4 Sep 2012 | 1:14 PM ET

    Paul Sankey, Deutsche Bank analyst, explains his bearish call on global oil.

  • Mexican Oil Company’s Alleged Drug Ties Probed Friday, 31 Aug 2012 | 4:26 PM ET
    ADT Petroservicios

    US companies and individuals have been prohibited from doing business with Mexican oil company ADT Petroservicios and the company’s U.S. assets have been frozen due to owner Francisco Antonio Colorado Cessa’s links to the Los Zetas drug-trafficking cartel.

  • Dennis Gartman: Look for Gains in Gold, Brent Friday, 31 Aug 2012 | 12:43 PM ET

    It is time to own gold in yen, euro and dollar terms, as well as Brent crude, noted investor Dennis Gartman said Friday on CNBC.

  • The Real Factors Behind Gasoline Price Volatility Friday, 24 Aug 2012 | 5:19 PM ET
    A worker pumps gasoline into a car.

    Nothing infuriates Americans more than volatile, spiking gasoline prices. But often the causes given for gasoline price hikes seem contrived.

  • How the East Coast Avoided an Oil Crunch Wednesday, 22 Aug 2012 | 2:30 PM ET
    An oil refinery in Elizabeth, N.J. is shown in this aerial photo of Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2007. Oil prices extended their rise above $78 a barrel Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2007 after finishing at a record close the previous session as a production increase from OPEC failed to calm market concerns about the availability of supplies for winter in the Northern Hemisphere. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

    Last September, Sunoco and ConocoPhillips announced they would both close their Pennsylvania oil refineries. Fortunately, a public/private/labor partnership solution came together.

  • Demand Is Weak, So Why Are Oil Prices Rising? Tuesday, 21 Aug 2012 | 2:21 PM ET

    Fundamentally, it seems, markets are well supplied, though it may be emotional factors driving certain aspects of the energy market.

  • India’s New Oil Find: Is It a Sea—or a Puddle? Monday, 20 Aug 2012 | 12:49 PM ET
    off shore oil rig

    According to the U.S. government’s Energy Information Agency, “In 2009, India was the fourth largest energy consumer in the world, after the United States, China, and Russia. Despite a slowing global economy, India's energy demand continues to rise. As vehicle ownership expands, petroleum demand in the transport sector is expected to grow in the coming years. While India's domestic energy resource base is substantial, the country relies on imports for a considerable amount of its energy use. According to the International Energy Agency, hydrocarbons account for the majority of India's energy use.”

  • The White House has confirmed the Obama administration is considering tapping oil from the 727 million barrel Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Traders at the NYMEX were quick to accuse the administration of playing politics.

  • New Ray Gun Used to Fight High Sea Pirates Thursday, 16 Aug 2012 | 2:10 PM ET
    Raytheon's Silent Guardian Protection System

    Gulf states are planning to use ray guns to protect their oil and gas infrastructure and also dissuade pirate attacks.

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    China’s sluggish growth and contractions in oil supply and demand should be enough to convince oil market bulls that the oil rally can’t continue for long, Neil Atkinson, Director of Energy Research and Analysis at Data Monitor, told CNBC.

  • Syrian Energy Sanctions Hammer on Assad Regime Wednesday, 15 Aug 2012 | 5:14 PM ET

    The International Monetary Fund said Syria was one of the few countries in the Middle East whose economy is expected to contract in 2012. The IMF expected the regional economy to grow by more than 5 percent in 2012, an increase from last year. Economic problems for Damascus were compounded last week when the U.S. government extended sanctions on Iran to include the Syrian energy sector. Washington said the government in Damascus was generating millions in revenue through gasoline sales to Iran. With few political or military options available, economic warfare may be the best option for an international community frustrated with the bloodshed.

  • Sanctions Force Iranian Retreat From Global Stage Tuesday, 14 Aug 2012 | 1:48 PM ET
    Oil refinery and petrochemical complex, Mahshahr, Iran,

    Iran has struggled to find a reliable consumer base given international sanctions pressure, and its recent production levels suggest the Islamic republic is retreating somewhat from the international energy sector.

  • A major oil find by Canada’s Tethys Petroleum in Tajikistan comes at a bad time for the Central Asian country, as the security situation is about to skyrocket out of control in a restive province on the border with Afghanistan.

  • Is Cold Fusion Finally Being Accepted by Scientists? Friday, 10 Aug 2012 | 5:59 PM ET
    The coal fueled Fiddlers Ferry power station emits vapour into the night sky on November 16, 2009 in Warrington, United Kingdom.

    The promise of discovering a clean, green, safe, and (due to the fact that it is fueled by the most abundant metal and gas on the planet, nickel and hydrogen) cheap renewable energy source is causing many investors and scientists to overcome their previous reluctance and enter the field.