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Another city has been taken by militant insurgents, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
You wouldn't want to be the one paying the World Cup's energy bill.
The International Energy Agency report forecasts a jump in global oil demand, which affects both oil and gasoline prices. USA Today reports.
The military conflict in Iraq will send oil higher, even as the U.S. experiences an oil boom, Jim Cramer said Friday.
The crisis in Iraq is raising doubts about Iraq's oil export growth, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
The Ukrainian prime minister ordered the energy sector to prepare for Russian gas cuts after Moscow and Kiev failed to resolve a gas price conflict.
Thomas Reed, CFO of Ruspetro, says the crisis in Ukraine has cast a shadow over the Russian oil industry with investment in the country being hit.
Iraq has become an important swing player with big promise in the global energy market, and the widening conflict there has oil experts worried.
Together, the United States, Mexico and Canada could form a bloc that would become the envy of the energy world.
Crude climbed to a nine-month high on Friday, as supply disruption fears took center stage.
The hit-or-miss market for initial public offerings is heating up again after a brief Memorial Day lull.
Sectarian violence in Iraq sent oil skyrocketing, propelling Brent and West Texas Intermediate up two percent.
Iraq has been absent from the global agenda for years – but now the very existence of the state is being called into question.
Stocks are calm, but investors need to be vigilant against complacency because it can lead to upheaval in the market, Goldman Sachs CEO tells CNBC.
The price of oil rose Wednesday as violence escalated in Iraq's northern city of Mosul, with commodity analysts warning CNBC of an imminent oil spike.
Bijan Namdar Zanganeh, Iranian oil minister, discusses the "illegal limitations" imposed on the country's oil production and the on-going talks between Iran and the P5+1.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Iraq makes traders nervous and drives oil prices higher. Gold was up on the day and nat gas spiked on weak inventory numbers.
Fiona Woolf, Lord Mayor of the City of London, says energy markets are difficult to get right and that the U.K. needs to build more infrastructure.
Some S&P 500 companies in conservative states already are managing weather shifts, according to a new report. Inside the climate change fight.
Japan's nuclear authority is scrutinized after appointing a commissioner who has received nearly $100,000 from nuclear-related entities for research.
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