President Trump may find it difficult to prevent Iran from selling its oil, a proven way to pressure the U.S. adversary, analysts warn.
Germany is as good a place as any other to observe the shake-up that is rolling through the global electricity market, N.Y. Times reports.
Oil prices ended Tuesday's session flat after a volatile day driven by concerns over clashes in Iraq's northern crude producing region.
Iraqi forces have taken control of northern oil fields from the Kurdish regional government, but risks remain high, analysts said.
PG&E could be on the hook for up to $6 billion in damages if found liable for the California wildfires, according to a fire attorney.
Goldman Sachs said Tuesday that intensifying geopolitical tensions between the U.S. and Iran posed a long-term threat to global oil supply.
Uber faced a year of mounting scandals and regulatory battles after Burghardt signed on last September as policy and communications chief.
General Motors plans to add another city to the list of places where it is testing autonomous cars.
According to Kensho, here are the odds of a December rate hike and the biggest laggards leading up to it.
The Department of Energy is predicting another strong month of crude oil growth from the nation's shale fields in November.
The Iran nuclear deal is "on life support" and hanging on "by a thread" after President Trump refused to certify the accord, analysts warn.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost and Seema Mody discuss the market at the end of the trading day.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Oil markets jumped on Monday as Iraqi forces entered Kirkuk, taking territory from Kurdish fighters and raising concerns over crude exports.
Iraq's national army was closing in on the city of Kirkuk, following last month's Kurdish vote for independence.
The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders and CNBC's Jim Cramer discuss the factors contributing to the Dow Jones Industrial Average approaching 23,000.
A shale gas drilling boom over the last decade has propelled the United States from energy importer to exporter, N.Y. Times reports.
Oil prices closed in on the highest level in six months as a conflict in Iraq spilled over into Kurdish-held Kirkuk.
One worker is missing and six are injured after an oil production platform operated by a New Orleans company exploded on Sunday, authorities said.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy takes a look at three energy stocks that popped in the third quarter.
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