The recent oil price rally hasn't been enough to calm the nerves of OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia.
Musk agreed to stay as chief executive for 10 years, with compensation tied to $50 billion leaps in Tesla’s valuation. Otherwise, he makes zero.
Oil prices could soon soar toward $80 a barrel amid escalating concerns over falling output from one of Latin America's biggest producers, Crescent Petroleum's chief executive told CNBC Tuesday.
Russia has "learned its lesson" about oil price volatility, the chief executive of the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) told CNBC Tuesday.
Dmitry Konov, CEO of Sibur, says his firm has seen a reduction in oil output in Russia firsthand as part of the OPEC-led output curbs.
The decision is "excessive" and "regrettable," South Korean trade minister Kim Hyun-chong said.
Oil prices were lifted by healthy economic growth as well as ongoing supply curtailments by major exporters.
PES told employees on Sunday it would file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, pinning its financial difficulties on renewable fuel laws.
Jim Cramer did a deep dive into the market's strongest sectors, including tech and the banks, to find the best investments in each space.
Jim Cramer stressed the importance of buying stocks on weakness and pinpointed the small moments investors get to buy in.
Puerto Rico said on Monday it would sell off its troubled power utility to the private sector.
Who wins in a government shutdown? According to our data partners at Kensho, when bought after a shutdown and sold when it reopens, energy is the leading sector, followed by telecoms and utilities. With tech the biggest loser.
The historic Hearst cattle ranch has become a hybrid solar farm for Apple.
U.S. coal output and exports ticked up in Trump's first year in office, but employment barely budged and coal plants continued to close.
FirstEnergy's stock price soared after the utility announced an investment that will help underwrite its planned business transformation.
The shares fell 0.55 percent Monday to close at $16.17 and touched an intraday low of $15.80, their lowest in six years.
Oil prices were little changed after coming under pressure from rising Libyan output and concerns that a rally has run out of steam.
The recent uptick in oil prices is not likely to persuade OPEC to end production cuts this summer, according to one oil analyst.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis takes a look at how the shutdown is affecting the government's energy data reports.
The U.S. is well-placed to overtake Saudi Arabia and Russia as the world's leading energy producer, according to IEA's latest report.
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