Crude oil futures rebounded and Brent headed for its first monthly gain since July, helped by strong investor inflows.» Read More
Ukraine doesn't like being dependent on Russia for much of its energy, but it may have no choice for now.
President Obama addresses the chance Russian President Vladimir Putin has to negotiate directly with President-Elect of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. President Obama says "there will be consequences" if he fails to "seize this moment."
What's bad news for consumers—namely, high energy prices—can be great for large investors and oil and gas companies.
Today, climate change-conscious investing is based less on a general desire to save the world and more about picking winners and losers.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. A bigger drawdown in crude, a bigger build in gasoline today. Tomorrow, traders will be watching the ECB.
Edmund Shing, global equity portfolio manager at BCS Financial Group, discusses the oil and gas market and says infrastructure is the best way to invest in oil.
Crude pared gains on Wednesday, amid news that Ukraine's president-elect was working on a peace plan with Russia.
Iranian oil exports are running above the levels the Islamic Republic agreed to when sanctions were loosened.
Obama's new proposal to crack down on carbon emissions from coal-fired electricity plants will have a limited effect on utility stocks.
Asia's leaders must ensure respect for international law and nowhere is that need clearer than at sea, says Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
If you live in the Sun Belt, chances are you're paying more for your utilities.
Countries must invest nearly $50 trillion to meet the world’s energy needs over the next 21 years, the IEA reported on Tuesday.
China plans to set a cap on its CO2 emissions from 2016, just a day after the United States announced new targets for its power sector.
If you have an appetite for risk, down 7 percent over 3 months, Jim Cramer thinks this energy stock worth a look.
U.S. crude ended marginally higher on Tuesday, as economic data from the United States and China provided support to prices.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. There was limited trading and low volume ahead of Friday's jobs number. Crude was slightly higher, nat gas was up, and gold was up just a bit, although it's still technically bearish.
The EPA's new proposal to reduce carbon emissions won't negatively affect the consumer, Public Citizen's Tyson Slocum told CNBC.
Now that all three branches of government agree climate change, deniers need to shut up and go away, says Terry Tamminen.
Two companies believe roadways could also become energy sources, and are thinking up ways to make the concept a reality.
The U.S. power sector must cut carbon dioxide emissions 30 percent by 2030 from 2005 levels, according to federal regulations unveiled on Monday.