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U.S. crude traded solidly above a key technical level after Saudi Arabia and Russia agreed to extend output cuts.
One of the world's most volatile areas is at risk of becoming more explosive.
Oil rose more than 3 percent on Monday after Saudi Arabia and Russia said supply cuts needed to last into 2018.
In what it called a dramatic 10-year trend, the EIA says the U.S. Northeast is using far more natural gas, at the expense of coal.
While both silver and oil have suffered plunges in the past month, there is reason to believe Monday's respective bounces will continue.
Extending oil cuts to 2018 won't be enough to maintain higher oil prices, says trader Naeem Aslam.
Oil prices surged Monday after a joint commitment from Saudi Arabia and Russia to extend the existing oil output cut deal until March 2018.
Russian President Putin said on Monday that extending oil output cuts for a further nine months would ensure stable oil prices.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports the latest on crude prices, the OPEC meeting later this month and big movers in energy.
Tesla has signed another deal with a utility to offer customers backup electricity for a fee.
Tesco has announced a commitment to 100 percent renewable electricity by the year 2030.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on the final oil close of the week and looks ahead to next week's trading.
European markets closed higher on Monday after hitting new record highs.
Wilbur Ross says a deal to boost natural gas exports to China will help to "liberate American energy," but analysts see limited benefits.
Cheniere Energy told Reuters it has held "extensive negotiations" with Chinese state-owned companies about increasing LNG exports to China.
Oil prices posted their best weekly gain in six weeks after U.S. stockpiles fell, but signs of rising American output weighed on the market.
Sinopec expects to boost foreign investment to more than $30 billion, Dai Liqi, director of the firm's foreign cooperation office, told CNBC.
Elon Musk posted Friday several pictures of "Boring Co." equipment meant for digging tunnels beneath Los Angeles.
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