CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Stocks and commodities both stabilized today. WTI was down slightly, nat gas took a big hit, and gold was up a bit on the day.» Read More
El Paso on Thursday swung to a fourth-quarter loss amid a sharp decline in natural gas prices.
This company looks to be extremely undervalued, so Cramer went to the CEO for the inside story.
Billionaire energy investor Boone Pickens says the government is now behind at least half of the energy-reform plan he advanced last summer to reduce America's dependence on foreign oil.
Natural gas provider Williams Companies said Thursday that its fourth-quarter profit fell 49 percent due to weak economic conditions and sharply lower commodity prices, and lowered its 2009 profit outlook for its consolidated segments on commodity price pressure and scaled-back production.
Alaska is fast becoming an experiment in oil-state support for renewable energy.
The newly-passed stimulus plan has its critics, but energy investor Boone Pickens is not among them. He has big stakes in several of the plan's energy initiatives.
Crude oil prices have fallen below $34 a barrel, hitting the lowest price of the year. Yet gasoline prices at the pump have risen nearly 10 percent in the past month. The national average will likely hit $2 a gallon again this weekend, analysts say.
As oil and gasoline prices plunge and the economy slumps, the ethanol industry has seen its fortunes decline rapidly.
Plus, the Mad Money host reacts to bank CEOs' congressional testimony.
Saudi Oil Minister Ali Al-Naimi, top executives atBP and Royal Dutch Shell, and the head of one of the energy industry's leading watchdog groups are among the more than 2,200 executives, economists, and analysts gathering in Houston, Texas, this week for the 28th annual conference hosted by Cambridge Energy Research Associates.
This stock’s so cheap, Cramer said, it might be worth the risk.
After years of blistering growth, installation of wind and solar power is plummeting due to the credit crisis and the broader economic downturn.
This sector's taken a bit hit lately. But if Washington smiles on this alternative fuel, at least one stock might do well.
When you're stock loses 88% of its value in just five short months, investors are going to have some questions. Find out what the chief executive had to say.
This sector's working again, the Mad Money host says. Here's how you play it.
President Obama is moving quickly to act on the environmental promises that were a centerpiece of his campaign. But tackling global warming will be far more difficult — and more costly — than the new emissions standards for automobiles he ordered with the stroke of a pen on Monday, the New York Times reports.
The target date for General Motors to get its second installment of government loans passed last week, but a top company executive says he expects the money to arrive in the next several days.
Here's what the new president needs to do if he wants to get the American economy back on track.
Will the current global recession, slowdown for those of you in denial, be the making or the breaking of the renewable energy movement?
The realization that diversification of energy is in everyone's interest has shifted perceptions and the big oil companies, the likes of BP and Shell, have taken the lead in alternative energy.