Crude dipped in choppy trading as traders searched for direction amidst political tensions in Ukraine and Gaza.» Read More
John Kingston, Global Director of News, Platts explains why crude exports from Iran will likely increase with the lifting of some economic sanctions against the country.
Solar companies are turning to increasingly innovative ways to raise capital, including bond issues, bank loans and even crowd-funding.
Oil producers want to scrap the ban on crude exports, but they're hitting opposition—from within their own industry.
Peter Terium, CEO at RWE, says that the "lack of framework" and "consistency on policies" from the European Union is slowing down investments in the sector.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets and looks at where oil and precious metals are likely headed tomorrow.
Oil rose on Tuesday as the International Energy Agency raised its forecast for global oil demand this year.
John Kerry says he won't be pushed into making a decision on the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline, despite pressure from Canada and others.
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell warns that fourth-quarter profit is set to be 'significantly lower than recent levels.'
General Electric posted a rise in quarterly net profit on Friday, helped by strength in its businesses selling oil pumps and gas turbines.
CNBC's Patti Domm discusses a recent report that natural gas prices could stay about the same even as residential and commercial use increases.
Singapore's non-oil exports rebounded in December, smashing consensus expectations. Economists told CNBC this jump could help propel recovery.
Brent crude edged lower towards $106 per barrel on Monday, weighed down by data which showed China's oil consumption slowed in 2013.
Crude rose, with Brent oil reversing course from a two-month low, driven higher by demand for heating fuels and rising gasoline prices.
The energy boom is upending a lot of old assumptions, and it's as key to U.S. success as the invention of the Internet, Rahm Emanuel tells CNBC.
Christof Ruehl, BP's chief economist, comments on the group's 2035 energy outlook and says it expects oil demand in 2035 to be at the level seen in 1985.
The promise of the American energy revolution as a new engine for job growth has been lauded by business leaders and politicians alike, but CNBC's Jim Cramer sees very little action.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Nat gas futures were up following last week's record-low temperatures.
U.S. crude ended near flat, as expectations of more supply competed with data and a large drop in stockpiles.
Regardless of whether violence in the Middle East takes a toll on supply, analysts say structural factors argue against higher oil prices.
U.S. producer prices recorded their largest jump in six months in December as gas costs rebounded strongly.
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