U.S. crude fell towards $49 after rising more than $1 in the previous session to close February with the first monthly gain since June last year.» Read More
The Ukrainian President has told CNBC his country will 'defend itself' against Russia if it fails to de-escalate tensions in east Ukraine by Monday.
Steve Fawkes, energy advisor at EnergyPro, says oil producing nations like Saudi Arabia are seeing a spike in domestic demand.
Ukraine may want to sell energy assets to Western firms. But Russia may have something to say about it.
Crude was little changed as investors moved to square positions on reduced concerns over exports from strife-torn Iraq.
Toyota announced plans for its first hydrogen powered car. Alec Gutierrez, Kelly Blue Book , discusses which technology will reach mass market success, hydrogen or electric cars.
Export requirements for oil are loosened. What exports could mean for crude, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
Anticipating the second half of 2014, and where the best opportunities for your money are, with the FMHR traders, and Jim Lebenthal of Lebenthal Asset Management.
FMHR trader Pete Najarian is out of 3D Systems and Jon Najarian dissects unusual activity in NextEra Energy.
The Commerce Department's decision to allow unrefined U.S. oil exports creates clear winner and losers.
The U.S. is reportedly easing up on a 40-year-old ban on oil exports by allowing two companies to export condensates to foreign buyers. John Licata, Blue Phoenix founder, discusses the potential tax implications, and why he thinks this is "premature" for the U.S.
It is possible for Ukraine to free itself from dependence on Russian natural gas, according to Oilprice.com.
U.S. crude fell, with Brent also trading lower as fears eased over export disruptions from Iraq, OPEC's second-largest producer.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Crude was down on the day, as traders seemingly grew less concerned about Iraq. Gold was down on the day, partly on concerns over declining Chinese imports.
Small-business owners are worried about climate change and imagining power outages and tainted water supplies, according to a new report.
Renewable energy stocks have been notoriously volatile, but there are more options now for investors to use less-risky green stock ETFs.
The best way to keep government transportation coffers full without hurting future generations is to increase the gas tax, Sen. Bob Corker tells CNBC.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera has an update on the unrest in Iraq, as ISIS militants launch a new attack on the Baiji refinery. And in Ukraine, separatist down a Ukrainian military helicopter, while the Russian parliament revokes the right to send troops into Ukraine. Also, Dubai stocks enter bear market territory.
The White House said on Wednesday there had been no change to U.S. policy on exports of crude oil.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Nigeria’s future prosperity lies not in oil - but gas, the finance minister of the petroleum-rich country told CNBC.