CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Crude was up on the day, while nat gas was down.» Read More
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The country is about to get hit with another blast of wintry weather, reports WSI Global Forecasting Services. Here's the forecast and a look at possible disruptions that may result.
Exxon and BP are back big in Russia. So are some other large oil companies, which find the allure of Russian petroleum too strong to resist, whatever the political risks of dealing with the government or becoming partners with the country’s notoriously tough billionaires. The New York Times reports.
President Obama's overtures about ridding the US of dependence on foreign oil were encouraging but should have gone further, energy financier T. Boone Pickens told CNBC.
Is this company’s new electric-car initiative a buyable catalyst for investors? “Mad Money” talks to the CEO.
What has made the MLP asset class so unique is hat, unlike a bond, where you know your yield, MLP income might increase.
To Aubrey McClendon, who runs the country’s second-largest natural-gas producer, the commodity’s downward spiral isn’t a threat. In fact, he says, if gas prices skidded to zero, his company could still make money.
Natural gas and oil used to be tied at the hip. And with oil rallying, and a brutal winter battering much of the nation, you'd think nat gas would be poised for a rally. Think again.
I've often said that nine out of ten mergers create little to no value, but perhaps Monday's deal between Progress Energy and Duke Energy will be one of the few that do, and here's why.
Natural-gas powered vehicles have taken a backseat to hybrids and electric ones, but proponents say they are a natural fit with America's energy supply. What's now a novelty could become a viable alternative with the right infrastructure and government incentives in place.
Black Gold's run has been a wild one for investors, sparking oil analysts to recently raise their forecasts. While the U.S. economy and demand are not the drivers behind this rush, the momentum is there (for example as a currency hedge).
The US may be entering a golden age of natural-gas use. Yet despite its huge potential, there are two major obstacles facing the industry—low prices and a push by Washington toward renewable energy.
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Apple will buy Facebook, Congress will block a third round of quantitative easing and the S&P will reach a new all-time high. These are just some of the outrageous predictions for 2011 put forward by Saxo Bank in its annual "Black Swan Exercise."
Crude oil prices surge past $100 a barrel, the natural gas market sputters and the dollar sinks.
Legendary oil and natural gas executive T. Boone Pickens outlines his energy plan, which includes an expansion of renewables in power generation, and advancing the use of domestic fuels — most logically natural gas — for transportation , which accounts for two-thirds of our oil use.
Geneva will leave London behind and become the world’s most important trading hub for physical energy commodities, including oil, as leading companies relocate dozens of traders to Switzerland, according to industry executives, reports the Financial Times.
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Andrew Littlefair gives us the latest on this Cramer-endorsed legislation.
On Wednesday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is expected to put the Pickens Plan for energy independence up before the Senate.