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Venezuela's annual inflation rate rose as violent opposition demonstrations during the month disrupted the economy.
Companies selected this year by IHS CERA as "energy pioneers" have big ideas about how to avert energy nightmares and solve sustainability issues.
The U.S. government lifted a ban that excluded BP from new federal contracts, after BP filed a lawsuit saying it was being unfairly penalized.
A surge in supply from Iraq and other oil producers should be more than sufficient to meet growing demand this year, reducing pressure on markets despite rising international tensions, the West's energy watchdog said on Friday.
The federal study found that if saboteurs attacked just nine substations, the country's power network could collapse. The Wall Street Journal reports.
Bricklin Dwyer, economist at BNP Paribas, says that by agreeing to export oil, the U.S. is sending a strong signal to Russia that it can also "manipulate" oil prices.
Analysts and investors who spoke with CNBC suggest investments in infrastructure firms, refiners and less conventional plays.
Ron Insana is seeing very concrete signs of economic improvement around the US — and that's good news for the market.
Neel Kashkari, (R) California Gubernatorial Candidate, discusses fracking employment opportunities, education, and taxes in the state of California.
New Jersey became the third state to ban the company from selling vehicles directly to the public. But the dispute is far from over.
U.S. oil rose as constructive data fanned hopes for the recovery, but Brent was hit by growing fears about China's economy.
Oil supplies have risen much faster than expected, and that's putting serious pressure on crude.
Chevron plans to increase its oil and gas production, but most the growth will be abroad because of US policy, the company CEO says.
The fuel cell maker is actively deceiving investors with guidance and is worth a fraction of its current price, says Andrew Left of Citron Research.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Oil dropped to $97 on China concerns and a huge oil inventory build this week. Nat gas took a breath on warmer temperatures. And gold was up while copper was down again.
Crude was hurt by a large rise in U.S. oil inventories and a report that the government planned to release crude from its reserve.
China is demanding Japan get rid of its "bomb in the basement," and drop plans to open a new reactor this fall.
Barry Davis, EnLink Midstream president & CEO, discusses details of the massive deal that mergers Devon Energy with Crosstex Energy and shares his thoughts on processing areas rich in shale oil. The biggest headwind is managing regulations, says Davis.
It's been three years since the deadly tsunami that ravaged Japan's northeast coast, sparking the biggest nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.
The Russian president's hold on the Crimean peninsula in Ukraine could pose a serious energy risk to Europe, oilman T. Boone Pickens says.
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