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  • It is for a specific kind of company, Cramer says.

  • Should your book should be "Ford Tough"?

  • Why Cramer sees promise in the production of this cleaner energy source, even if it isn’t for us.

  • Oil burns and creates plumes of smoke near the site of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on June 19, 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana.

    The Louisiana judge who struck down the Obama administration's six-month ban on deepwater oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico has reported extensive investments in the oil and gas industry, according to financial disclosure reports. He's also a new member of a secret national security court.

  • Here's what analysts and others say they're watching before the bell Tuesday.

  • James Mulva

    The public, both the American and those throughout the world, will demand greater regulation of the oil industry in light of the BP  Gulf of Mexico spill, James Mulva, chairman and CEO of industry giant ConocoPhillips,  told CNBC Friday.

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    The correlation of S&P 500 members to daily move in the benchmark overall has been steadily rising toward parity over the last 10 years, a sign that exchange-traded funds, electronic trading and a short-term mentality is slowly killing individual stock picking based on fundamentals.

  • Smoke rises from a controlled burn May 19, 2010, in the Gulf of Mexico.

    It is an overlooked danger in the oil spill crisis: The crude gushing from the well contains vast amounts of natural gas that could pose a serious threat to the Gulf of Mexico's fragile ecosystem.

  • Cramer talks with Devon Energy Chairman Larry Nichols about the industry's future.

  • And there is speculation that it could happen. Plus get calls on Caterpillar, Weatherford International, EOG Resources and more.

  • Tri-State Bird Rescue and Research workers clean Northern Gannet bird covered in oil from Deepwater Horizon oil rig incident.

    For more than a decade, the hundreds of brown pelicans that nested among the mangrove shrubs on Queen Bess Island west of here were living proof that a species brought to the edge of extinction could come back and thrive.

  • Greenpeace marine biologist Paul Horsman shows oil collected from a jetti at the mouth of the Mississippi River near Venice, Louisiana. BP announced today that it is successfully siphoning off 1,000 barrels of oil per day from the Deepwater Horizon oil rig that exploded and sank to the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico.

    As BP continues to struggle to plug the leak at the bottom of the sea, the president tries to convince the country that he is on top of the crisis, and the first oil laps the coasts of previously untouched states, Americans far from the gulf are feeling touched by the disaster.

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    The legendary oilman discusses the possibility for sky-high crude prices, the potential of natural gas and BP’s spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

  • Cramer interviews Westport Innvations CEO David Demers about Obama's endorsement of natural gas and more.

  • Plus, get calls on Apple, AT&T and more.

  • Natural Gas

    Since the Deepwater Horizon rig leased by BP  caught fire and sank on April 20, natural gas prices have gone up, and gone down and now seem headed north again.

  • Crewmen aboard the motor vessel Joe Griffin look on as the mobile offshore drilling unit Q4000 lowers a pollution containment chamber May 6, 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico. The chamber was designed to cap the oil discharge that was a result of the Deepwater Horizon incident.

    Unable for six weeks to plug the gushing oil well beneath the Gulf of Mexico, BP renewed an effort  to use a dome to funnel some of the leaking crude to a tanker on the surface, the NYT reports.

  • A BP cleanup crew shovels oil from a beach on May 24, 2010 at Port Fourchon, Louisiana. BP CEO Tony Hayward, who visited the beach, said that BP is doing everything possible to clean up the massive oil spill still gushing into the Gulf of Mexico.

    The Obama administration is scrambling to respond to the failure of the latest effort to plug the gushing oil well in the Gulf of Mexico amid fears that the leak could continue until August. The NYT reports.

  • Video still of oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

    After failing again to cap the Gulf of Mexico oil well,  BP scrambled Sunday to end the spill that one official called the biggest US environmental disaster ever.

  • You thought President Obama was bad on natural gas? Try Down Under.