Warren Buffett is looking for investment opportunities in renewable energy.
Equity investors might want to pay more attention to oil's latest plunge.
Saudi Arabia's export levels have blunted the impact of OPEC's production cut deal, ClipperData's Matt Smith said.
Oil prices traded largely flat supported by expectations of an extended OPEC-led production cut.
Oil prices have broken through a number of key technical levels this week, forcing traders to liquidate their positions.
One trader sees crude's crash continuing, and that means trouble for one particular group of energy stocks.
Tesla shares have taken a dive, a day after the company posted a wider than expected loss on share, and analysts express concerns that demand for the company's Model.
The NYSE floated an unusual investment vehicle Friday that is a bet on energy industry executive Steve Chazen.
Oil prices could struggle to return to their 2017 highs even if OPEC extends output cuts after this week's sell-off.
Bloated global crude oil inventories are declining but not as quickly as OPEC expected, according to a CNBC poll.
Mixed U.S. stockpile data compounded bearishness that has permeated the energy complex in recent weeks.
Elon Musk believes Tesla can reach a $700 billion valuation due to its robot and software technologies.
European markets closed higher on Friday afternoon after a jobs report in the U.S. beat analysts' expectations.
Shell has reported higher than expected revenues for the first quarter of 2017.
The U.K. government has published a draft strategy to boost air quality by cutting levels of nitrogen dioxide.
A coalition of environmental groups argues that President Donald Trump unlawfully rescinded an Obama order blocking offshore drilling.
To meet growing global energy demand, Shell invites technology and engineering students to rethink fuel efficiency.
Tesla posted a wider-than-expected first-quarter loss but said that its mass market Model 3 remains on track to begin production in July.
Oil prices fell to their lowest levels this year after mixed U.S. inventory data raised concerns about a persistent global crude glut.
The price of oil drops to a 5-month low and analysts say it could have much further to fall.
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