A science envoy to the State Department has resigned and his statement seemed to have a message for the president.
Scientists in northern Alaska are watching the ground beneath them melt away.
Oil prices rose on Wednesday as government data showed an eighth straight weekly drop in U.S. crude stockpiles.
Pipeline and energy infrastructure companies face operational challenges in the coming years, Bain & Company says.
The world is rapidly moving away from fossil fuels as electric vehicles and other clean machines take over, says Ion Yadigaroglu.
U.S. attempts to export natural gas to Europe appears likely to increase the pressure on the region's dominant player at a time when Washington has vowed to break down Russia's stranglehold over the market.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the latest data on energy prices and oil inventories.
Evidence is growing that U.S. pressure on China to isolate North Korea may be working.
Mass departures in U.S., Canada have led to talks that Chinese energy firm PetroChina is reducing its North American presence.
Sempra Energy upended Warren Buffett's plans to buy Texas transmission company Oncor.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
A Tesla Model X and Model S, both P100D models with Ludicrous, edged out the Lamborghini in a quarter-mile drag race held by Drag Times.
Chevron chief executive officer John Watson will step down, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Chevron appears poised to name Vice Chairman and refining specialist Michael Wirth as the oil major's next CEO.
The steady, reliable income from electricity transmission businesses is attractive to investors like Warren Buffett and Paul Singer.
A default at Venezuelan oil giant PDVSA or sanctions on Iran's energy sector could jolt crude prices higher, Helima Croft said.
Oil prices were little changed on Tuesday, as traders awaited indications that supply continues to tighten gradually.
Rob Thummel, Tortoise Capital Advisors managing director, weighs in on how to invest in oil.
The Trump administration has declined to pursue an order coal executives sought from the president this summer.
Adoption of electric vehicles is set to accelerate, and that will run over a lot of losers, JPMorgan Cazenove said in a note on Monday.
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