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US Energy Secretary Rick Perry acknowledged there are concerns about tariffs in the energy industry but the sector is optimistic overall.
A cold winter in China could be signaling a hotter market for a new wave of US natural gas exports sooner than expected.
Investors aren't just underweight energy stocks by a little, but by a lot, says ConocoPhillips CEO. Oil companies need a new message.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra says company expanding production of Chevrolet Bolt electric car at Detroit-area plant as EV demand grows.
U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry promotes a new energy era of innovation to top industry leaders.
OPEC, Russia and other non-OPEC nations are likely to turn their production-cutting deal into a longer relationship to avoid another crisis.
Centennial Resource's Mark Papa says many of the best U.S. shale acreage has been drilled and producers are tightening their purse strings.
BP CEO Robert Dudley correctly called the 'lower for longer' oil prices of 2015-2016 and he's making predictions again.
OPEC is ready to take its relationship with shale producers — once unimaginable — to the next level, inviting them to an OPEC summit.
Brian Sullivan sits down with OPEC Secretary General, Mohammad Barkindo, to discuss the challenges in the oil industry that are affecting growth.
North Korea's opening to nuclear weapons talks could be a sign US sanctions are working. That hasn't been the case in Venezuela and Russia.
OPEC Secretary General Mohammad Barkindo told CNBC that lack of investment in the energy industry may result in a 'global energy crisis.'
CNBC's Brian Sullivan sits down with Amin Nasser, Saudi Aramco CEO, to discuss the impact of electric vehicles on cars and oil.
Surging U.S. oil output won't crowd out Saudi crude because demand remains strong, Aramco CEO Amin Nasser says.
At CERAWeek in Houston, Texas, Osmar Abib, Credit Suisse, and Charlie Leykum, CSL Capital Management, discuss how Saudi Aramco's impending IPO will impact the sector and what they see for the need for capital in the global energy industry.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan sits down in an exclusive interview with Saudi Aramco CEO, Amin Nasser, to discuss oil, shale and its IPO and whether tariffs would curb any plans to expand in the United States.
Oil prices rise as OPEC-led supply reductions and the announcement of a deeper-than-expected cut by Saudi Arabia encourage investors.
Morgan Stanley says companies need to consider preparing for a world gripped by more intense weather events, rising seas and other effects of climate change.
Starting in 2020, new homes built in California will include solar panels, a big step toward a future housing market that produces as much energy as it consumes. California will add as many as 100,000 homes every year designed to be net zero energy.