Brent crude edged further above $61 a barrel on Thursday, after sharply lower prices forced companies to cut upstream investments around the world.» Read More
Alstom has only "one offer on the table" from General Electric for its energy division, the group's CEO told CNBC.
Dennis Gartman has found a new way to get into gold.
China's plans to establish a shale industry to rival the U.S.'s could be a blow for some of the world's poorest gas exporters.
U.S. crude futures may draw some support this week from signs of improving gasoline demand and a pick-up in U.S. refinery activity, CNBC's latest survey of market professionals showed.
U.S. appeals court rejected an industry challenge to the Obama administration's renewable fuel standards for 2013.
Patrick Armstrong, CIO of Armstrong Investment Managers, and Johan Jooste, head of the London investment office at Julius Baer, discuss the best hedge against geopolitical events.
France rejected GE's bid for Alstom's energy assets, but opened the door for a deal that would also combine the two companies' rail businesses.
Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda, says any energy market disruption resulting from the tensions between Russia and Ukraine would have a "major global impact".
Booming production of oil and natural gas has exacted a little-known price on some of the nation's roads.
U.S. crude rose as expectations of a build in inventories were undermined by record low stocks at the benchmark's Cushing delivery point.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Gold was down on the day, but still above the $1,300 mark. The weaker dollar didn't help crude, which settled below $100. Nat gas, on the other hand, was up more than 2 percent, as traders compared supplies to yearly averages.
Since government regulations from 2012, finding the right light bulb has become very difficult. The choice is about to become even more complicated.
While the United States enjoys a surge in oil and natural gas production, Exxon Mobil and Chevron have so far missed the party.
Profits from exploration—otherwise known as "upstream" earnings—were a saving grace for Big Oil in the last quarter.
The U.S. hasn't sanctioned the Russian natural gas giant, but there's a good reason for that, according to Oilprice.com.
Oil-by-rail shippers have mostly ignored U.S. government requests for data that aim to prevent mishaps, officials said on Friday.
Crude fell on Monday, pressured by reports that China's manufacturing sector contracted and Libya's oil output was recovering.
BNSF Railway plans a "next generation" of tanker cars to make crude oil from shale formations less dangerous, Chairman Matthew Rose tells CNBC.
Crude rose as fighting between Ukraine's army and a pro-Russian group intensified, stoking fears of regional energy supply disruptions.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
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