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Oil prices posted their highest weekly rise since the end of July on higher demand forecasts and the restart of U.S. refineries.
An oil-rich, Kurdish province in Iraq plans a referendum on independence this month, prompting fears of another Middle East conflict.
Steve O'Neil, CEO at solar panel maker REC, said the cost of solar energy is also expected to come down due to improvements in technology.
Renault-Nissan announced on Friday that it plans to launch 12 new zero-emission electric vehicles by 2022
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on the possibility of the Federal Reserve raising rates.
The EPA will not renew a lease for a lab in Houston, one of the nation's most contaminated areas.
Saudi activists have circulated lists of 30 or more people they say have been detained, N.Y. Times reports.
CNBC's Dominic Chu has the update on energy prices which are set for weekly gains as demand outlook brightens.
Meghan O'Sullivan, Harvard University's Kennedy School professor, and "Windfall" author, explains how American's oil and gas producers are impacting the energy markets and political relationships in Russia, China and the world.
Ambitious plans are afoot for a vast renewable energy installation in Europe.
The growth of installed solar capacity is doubling every year around the globe, says Steve O'Neil, CEO, REC.
Traders who bet against oil prices continuing to rise after U.S. crude topped $50 a barrel have mostly reaped rewards since December 2014.
A regional military conflict could jeopardize as much as a third of global crude oil supplies shipped by sea, according to analysts at Wood MacKenzie.
Recent U.S. sanctions against Venezuela's PDVSA have started to ensnare its U.S. unit, Citgo Petroleum.
Matt Maley, Miller Tabak, and Erin Gibbs, S&P Global, discuss the trends in energy stocks with Brian Sullivan.
Harold Hamm fired back at Jim Chanos after he revealed he is betting that shares of Hamm's Continental Resources will fall.
Global oil demand estimates are rising, as disruptions to oil production are helping tighten supply.
Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm discusses the underperformance of his company's stock and oil prices.
Congress needs to pass a meaningful tax cut to fuel the Trump economic boom, says Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm.
Mercedes-Benz owner Daimler has invested millions in an Israeli start-up whose battery technology can charge electric vehicles in a matter of minutes.
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