Ahmad al Khowaiter, CTO at Saudi Aramco, discusses the company's strategy to internationalize.
Ahmad al Khowaiter, CTO at Saudi Aramco, discusses the energy producer's interest in the auto industry as it shifts to electrification.
Oil prices rebounded on Monday, buoyed by OPEC output cuts and reports that the U.S. and China are closer to a deal on a trade dispute.
A report published by research group Carbon Brief on Monday said CO2 emissions in the U.K. fell for the sixth consecutive year in 2018.
Jefferies analyst Philippe Houchois says Tesla is doing things "that other carmakers are only just thinking about or dreaming about."
Jim Cramer reveals that Norwegian Cruise Line is a stand out stock now that oil prices have declined.
Jim Iuorio of TJM Insitutional Services and Anthony Grisanti of GRZ Energy discusses the change in crude oil with CNBC's Leslie Picker.
Hedge fund and PG&E investor BlueMountain Capital announced Friday that it has nominated 13 candidates for election to the company's board.
Oil giant Shell will be prosecuted by the Dutch Public Prosecutor's Office over an allegedly corrupt deal in Nigeria, the company said on Friday.
Benjamin Attia, power and renewables analyst at Wood Mackenzie, discusses the renewables sector.
Oil prices reversed course on Friday, falling 2 percent as bearish U.S. manufacturing data stoked concerns over global energy demand growth.
PG&E Corp. said Thursday that it believes it's "probable" that its equipment will be found to be the source of the 2018 Camp Fire.
ExxonMobil announced Thursday that it has made world's third-biggest natural gas find offshore Cyprus. Based on preliminary data, the discovery could represent a natural gas resource of approximately 5 trillion to 8 trillion cubic feet.
U.S. drillers pumped 11.85 million barrels a day in December, according to the Department of Energy's first monthly reading.
Oil producing group OPEC is responsible for salvaging the entire oil industry with its deal to curb output, OPEC's secretary general told CNBC.
Oil prices came under pressure as U.S.-China trade tensions persisted and the Chinese economy showed signs of slowing.
French gas and power utility Engie will pull out of about 20 countries in the next three years and target new markets in developing nations, while probably steering clear of big acquisitions, its chief executive said.
Under sanctions imposed by the United Nations, North Korea is heavily restricted in its imports of crude oil and refined petroleum products.
PG&E reportedly delayed safety work on a transmission line that is the main suspect behind the deadliest wildfire in California's history.
John Driscoll of JTD Energy Services says oil prices could fall in the second half of the year because bottlenecks for U.S. oil producers will be cleared. He also says America is the "wildcard" in the market.