Brent crude held below $60 a barrel, near a 5-1/2-year low, on Friday as a global oversupply of oil showed little sign of receding.» Read More
CNBC's John Harwood reports the Obama administration argues its proposal to reduce carbon emissions at coal power plants would not only create new jobs in renewable energy industries, but provide public health benefits.
In the United States, electricity prices are falling thanks to natural gas derived from fracking - the hydraulic fracturing of rock.
The head of Gazprom said on Monday that the company has postponed moving to prepayment mode for gas supplies to Ukraine to June 9.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Oil was down on the day on supply news. Nat gas was up on the Obama Administration's new initiatives to reduce carbon emissions.
Discussing whether changes to offset coal emissions will impact the consumer, with Tyson Slocum, Public Citizen, and Jim Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute.
General Khalifa Haftar says in order to stabilize Libya, he needs to rid the country of Islamic militants and then set up elections.
Brent and U.S. crude oil fell in choppy trading, weighed on by a stronger dollar and recent data showing rising OPEC oil production.
The 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid became the latest among a growing list to take a hit for what some call misleading mileage claims.
Helima Croft, Barclays managing director, discusses how sanctions by the West have impacted Russia and Ukraine. And Walter Isaacson, The Aspen Institute, weighs in on Putin's role in controlling the oil there.
It took the Fukushima disaster to put the future of nuclear power in doubt – but could renewable energy mean the end for nuclear power?
Miswin Mahesh, analyst at Barclays Capital, says oil demand is moving away from China with increased demand from Latin America.
National Grid is surveying soccer fans in a bid to gear up for the surge in energy demand during the World Cup from half-time cups of tea.
CNBC's David Faber reports Cheniere Energy shares are higher after the U.S. considers revising rules on gas export projects, and the company also announced it will boost employee pay through a new long-term incentive plan.
U.S. crude fell by nearly $1 a barrel as traders took profit, but remained underpinned by supply worries and strong U.S. gas demand.
One report estimates that the U.S. economy could lose over $50 billion in investments each year until 2030 due to new regulations on carbon.
If the U.S. lifts its ban on exporting oil, consumers will see lower gas prices, Breitling Energy's CEO said. The Sierra Club disagrees.
Ending the U.S. oil export ban could be a boon for growth, two research reports argued Thursday.
The current strength in oil prices may not be terribly long-lasting.
For a limited time, SolarCity is offering a deal on Groupon. CNBC's Herb Greenberg changes his "yellow flag" to a red one.
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