Oil remained weak in Asia on Thursday after data showing record U.S. stockpiles sent prices tumbling to the lowest level in nearly six years.» Read More
John Kingston, Platts Global director of news, provides insight on oil production in Iraq as the ongoing crisis prompts some cutbacks in northern production.
If the Baghdad government can keep militants away from its oil fields, Iraq's oil production could increase even as crude prices remain high.
The House is gearing up for some key energy votes, says Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Fred Upton.
U.S. oil rallied to a nine-month high on the risk of supply disruptions from Iraq, and a contract expiry.
Currency experts have warned that there will be winners and losers in the foreign exchange markets on the back of the spike in oil.
Joe Petrowski, Mercantor Partners, explains how the crisis in Iraq will likely impact gasoline prices as the ongoing crisis continues in Iraq. The good news is oil demand is falling in the U.S. due to demographics and innovation, says Petrowski.
Torgrim Reitan, Statoil CFO, outlines the group's investment strategy and says it aims to prioritize and streamline investments.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Oil was up on the day, over fears of violence in Iraq. Gold was up $42 on the day, surpassing $1,300 for the first time in weeks.
How the US and China are cutting solar costs says a lot about how each economic system works, says Oilprice.com.
Brent crude jumped to a new nine-month high while U.S. oil rose modestly, amid concerns about Iraq's growing violence.
Christof Rühl, BP Group chief economist, and CNBC's Steve Liesman, talk about the "uneasy balance" of energy consumption between the U.S. and China.
It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
There’s so much talk of a domestic energy renaissance, you’d think the politics of Iraq shouldn’t matter quite so much.
Jim Cramer knows he’s talked about oil producers with major shale exposure ad nauseam. Following is something new.
Igor Sechin, CEO of Rosneft, says the company is "not perceived in the right way" and is considered to be a state-owned company.
Backers in favor of the Canada-to-Texas pipeline are pointing to the crisis in Iraq as a rationale for pushing the project forward.
The head of Iraq's South Oil Company also insists that current developments have not affected and will not affect oil operations in the south.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera talks with Dr. Najmaldin Karim, governor of Kirkuk about the recent violence in Iraq and the suggestion of breaking up the country into three parts.
Demand is up for sand used in fracking, which blasts it into wells to crack rock and release oil and natural gas.
Here are five low-cost, no-stress ways to slice your summer power bills.
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