Oil prices rose as consensus formed among exporters to extend production cuts for another nine months.
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Lesar will stay on as executive chairman of the world's second-largest oilfield service provider until December 2018.
The current oil price structure somewhat benefits OPEC's competitors, said Jeffrey Currie, head of commodity research at Goldman Sachs.
Rising oil production in Libya and Nigeria threatens OPEC's output cuts, but internal conflicts could keep barrels on the sidelines.
Daniel Oh, Renewable Energy Group CEO, discusses the latest trends in renewable energy and the current sentiment around energy policy.
National Grid CEO John Pettigrew speaks about earnings and how the company is working alongside U.S. and U.K. governments.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on the outlook for coal as the Trump administration is working to rollback regulations on the industry.
Anti-Maduro protesters in the Latin American country are making their own gear as they battle in the streets of Caracas and elsewhere.
Jefferies raises its rating on ConocoPhillips to buy from hold due to the likelihood of increasing share buybacks and dividends.
Sustainable Energy takes a look at how innovation is changing homes in Japan.
Tim Hayes, investment strategist at Ned Davis Research Group, discusses investment in energy commodities.
A large windfarm off the coast of Liverpool Bay is set to be officially opened later today.
Oil prices strengthened after U.S. crude inventory data showed crude and fuel stockpiles fell last week.
OPEC, Russia and other major producers could help drive oil prices back to $60 per barrel, but that would be a green light for shale.
Global crude stockpiles remain above OPEC's target, and output cuts may not be enough to achieve the goal in 2017, IEA said.
Iranians will vote for a new President on Friday in an election being closely watched due to the implications for Iran's nuclear deal.
GE has partnered with an Ethiopian university to help boost renewable energy skills in the country.
Saudi Arabia and Russia agreed to extend output cuts into 2018, but one of OPEC's biggest producers may stand in the way, Helima Croft said.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
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