*Brent premium over U.S. crude widens to $13. *Baker Hughes data shows pace of rig count drop slows. Both Brent and U.S. futures briefly pared gains after data from Baker Hughes Inc showed its U.S. oil drilling rig count fell only 33 to 986 this week, after a decline of only 37 last week.» Read More
Eleven Democratic senators urged Obama to make a final decision on whether to approve TransCanada Corp's Keystone.
China has begun drilling into the Tibetan Plateau to feed its appetite for raw materials, Oilprice.com reports.
U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz declared a green loan program alive and well—and not just for renewable energy.
Andrew Lantham, vice-president of exploration research at Wood Mackenzie, discusses domestic gas exploration in Europe and whether it will be enough to offset its reliance on Russia.
Exxon Mobil has agreed to disclose more information about the risks of hydraulic fracturing, the process known as fracking.
U.S. energy independence's next phase has arrived—in the form of infrastructure development fueled by billions in private capital.
A top U.S. senator said a government office has the power to approve limited petroleum exports, and partly bypass a 40-year crude export ban.
The link between oil prices and solar energy stocks has broken down, and that may be a good thing for renewable firms.
Lifting the ban on U.S. oil exports is the fastest way the drilling boom can counter Russia, Continental Resources' CEO will tell Congress.
The oil and gas industry is celebrating a milestone on Monday: the birth of hydraulic fracturing.
Thomas Hilboldt, Head of Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals Research, Asia-Pacific at HSBC, says rising capital commitments and production costs will undermine the profitability of Chinese oil firms.
Greg Smith, Group CEO at Global Commodities makes a case for investing in gold even as yellow metal trade relatively lower from its lofty highs.
A surge in natural gas prices is playing out in consumers' utility bills this winter.
CNBC's Patti Domm looks at the contentious issue of whether the U.S. should export now that it's one of the world's biggest energy producers.
Regulators lay a lighter hand on natural gas than they do on the Keystone pipeline. There's little agreement on why.
Tensions are boiling over in several regions around the world, from Venezuela to Ukraine to the Middle East. Here is a quick guide.
Tom Essaye, President at Kinsale Trading, says if the U.S. removes its ban on oil exports, Brent will no longer be the world's benchmark.
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Gridlock in Washington on fracking, the minimum wage, and immigration force states to make their own rules. Fiscal Times reports.
The world's largest consumer of energy is producing oil and gas hand over fist. Judging by some of Big Oil's earnings results, you couldn't tell.