Oil prices rose on Friday as the U.S. petroleum industry prepared for the impact of Hurricane Harvey.
The rapid development of Hurricane Harvey left refiners on Texas' Gulf Coast with less time than they usually have to prepare for a storm.
Tropical storm could hit Texas as a hurricane and dump up to two feet of rain on the heart of the U.S. refining industry.
Audi has announced it wants to boost the range of electric vehicles by putting solar cells on its cars' roofs.
Indonesia is tracking developments in renewable energy, with electric car regulation already being looked into, says Elia Massa Manik, president director of Pertamina.
Oil prices fell and gasoline futures rose on Thursday as a tropical storm headed towards oil producing facilities in the Gulf of Mexico.
Heavy flooding could seriously impact oil refineries, Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership President Bob Mitchell says.
At a research facility in France 35 countries are working on a project that could transform energy.
As the Gulf braces for Tropical Storm Harvey, Dubravko Lakos-Bujas, JPMorgan U.S. head of equity strategy, and the "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders discuss the energy trade.
The "Futures Now" team discusses how the preparations for Tropical Storm Harvey on the Gulf coast are affecting energy prices with Jackie DeAngelis.
George Dethlefsen, Corsa Coal Corp. CEO, discusses how the Trump administration has helped the coal industry, and its role in providing electricity in the U.S.
Crude oil prices remain supported at current levels, but there is limited scope for gains next year, says Peter Lee, oil and gas analyst, BMI Research.
Concerns that China's crude stockpiling efforts my abruptly stop are overblown and other Asian nations such as India are building inventories too, says Virendra Chauhan, oil analyst, Energy Aspects.
Infrastructure needs to expand to handle an expected increase in LNG demand across Indonesia, says Elia Massa Manik, president director, Pertamina.
Jim Cramer’s telling you why Amazon could finally be feeling the heat.
Jim Cramer spoke with Timothy Dove, the president and CEO of Pioneer Natural Resources, about the changing landscape in the oil industry.
Oil prices rose on Wednesday as government data showed an eighth straight weekly drop in U.S. crude stockpiles.
A Harvard study found that Exxon acknowledged humans' role in climate change in research and communications but sowed doubt in ads.
Pipeline and energy infrastructure companies face operational challenges in the coming years, Bain & Co. says.
The world is rapidly moving away from fossil fuels as electric vehicles and other clean machines take over, says Ion Yadigaroglu.
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