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Ukraine is worried Nord Stream 2 could leave its gas pipeline vulnerable to a Russian attack, according to a leading political risk expert.
Oil prices were weighed down by a rebound in the U.S. dollar and an expected rise in U.S. crude production.
Urban migration is at its highest level and city buildings are under pressure to operate more efficiently.
Increasing the gas tax for the first time in 2½ decades is the only way to pay for Trump's infrastructure package, says Ray LaHood.
The emergence of self-driving electric cars and travel sharing are set to dent oil consumption by 2040, oil and gas giant BP said.
11.5 billion euros will be invested in renewables, the business said Wednesday.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Enel Green Power Germany has signed agreement to build and manage the lithium-ion battery storage facility.
A new report from a conservative group finds it would cost households hundreds of dollars a year.
Venezuela launches a new oil-backed digital currency Tuesday, in a move the government hopes will help pull it out of an economic crisis.
Brent crude oil prices fell while U.S. futures gained, bringing the discount between the two key futures contracts to a six-month low.
Weekly patterns on US oil trading show how the market has assessed fundamentals.
Saudi Arabia could look to adopt nuclear energy as a way to move domestic energy consumption away from oil, the country's foreign minister told CNBC.
While solar power projects can be grand in scale smaller ones are just as important.
The millions of Venezuelans fleeing their crisis-torn nation may soon overshadow the number of Syrian refugees, according to an economist.
Crude prices are back on the upswing as demand, output curbs and geopolitical risk combine in market views, says Matthew Smith of ClipperData.
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