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A Chinese investment holding company said it has signed a letter of intent to purchase oil fields in Texas for 8.3 billion yuan.
A large number of women are opposed to "fracking" because they don't understand it, a female scientist as told The Times.
Continued demand growth and falling production next year may end a protracted slump in energy prices, John Hess says.
Oil and gas producer Santos has rejected a $5.1B offer from a fund backed by the ruling families of Brunei and the UAE.
The New York Times reports on why cheaper gas prices at the pump actually lead to Americans spending more on their car fuel.
BHP hiked iron ore production by 7% year-on-year in the September quarter.
Canada's economy is about to get a shot in the arm as a newly elected Liberal government vows to spend big to lift a sluggish economy.
Hess gas stations are no more, but the annual toy truck is back.
Demand from China's private refiners and the stockpiling of cheap oil is expected to keep imports at record levels after a Q3 wobble.
As oil supply falls, it could signal higher demand that could send crude oil prices to as high as $80 a barrel in 2016, says one director.
Ratings agency Moody's has cut its price outlook for the both Brent crude and WTI, believing the rise in prices will take place at a much slower pace than originally forecast.
Watch a group of semi-trucks haul a massive object on an Alberta highway.
As Zambia's currency swoons, a publication reported the country's president has called for a national day of prayer to stem the slide.
Even with low U.S. crude prices, one energy company is betting big on an oil project that would transform energy infrastructure on the West Coast.
Republican presidential candidats have mixed, and sometimes opaque, views on climate change and global warming, and what to do about it.
Global oil demand growth is expected to slow in 2016, according to the International Energy Agency, but no one seems to have told OPEC.
As earnings kick off, "Fast Money" traders looked at JPMorgan Chase, Delta Air Lines and other stocks that could pop after results.
Oil prices recently topped $50 a barrel and UBS says they'll be above $70 within a year. Here's why.
Oil prices crossed the $50 mark per barrel, but the commodity's future growth all comes down to this one thing, says Steve Kopits.
Commodities trader Noble Group is scaling back its metals business to focus on more profitable areas such as oil and gas, the FT reports.