Jeff Currie, head of commodities research at Goldman Sachs, explained why Goldman revised its predictions downward.
EDF Energy Renewables has announced the purchase of 11 wind farm sites in Scotland.
Britain has proposed a loosening of rules on stock market listings by state companies, just as the London Stock Exchange is trying to win the IPO of Saudi Arabian oil giant Saudi Aramco.
Facebook's investment for a data center in New Mexico could reach as high as $1 billion and will create thousands of construction jobs.
COP21 President Segolene Royal speaks about U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to remove his country from the Paris climate accord.
In Norway, bright minds are looking to transform the way subsea inspections are carried out.
Alan Bannister of S&P Global Platts says oil prices have risen a little, but forecasts have dipped slightly due to continuing efficiency in U.S. shale.
Factors beyond OPEC and Russia's control, such as higher output in Nigeria, are affecting oil markets, says Azlin Ahmad from Argus Media Limited.
Oil markets won't rebalance until oil production and export figures fall, says Matt Smith of ClipperData.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Oil prices gains eased on Wednesday after government data showed a drop in U.S. crude and fuel stockpiles and a rise in oil production.
OPEC's oil output rose in June, driven by increases in Libya and Nigeria and as Saudi Arabia reported it pumped above its quota.
Shares of NRG Energy surged after the company announced a transformation plan backed by Paul Singer's Elliott Management.
States like Pennsylvania and Ohio aim to leverage their natural gas production to attract investment in the petrochemicals industry.
Colorado offers a view into how the U.S. shale oil recovery is unfolding beyond the high-growth Permian Basin in Texas.
A former California EPA chief says by sticking with Paris climate-change deal, governors take states' rights in an unprecedented direction.
A climate change magazine article is prompting questions about scientific accuracy and dystopian fear, Vox reports.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports crude oil rises above $45 a barrel as OPEC production increases in June.
The Qatar standoff is going to take a toll on Dubai's economy, which was already on "thin ice," says Breakingviews' Andy Critchlow.
A new, electric taxi is coming to London's streets.
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