Kelp farms and mammoth windmills are just two of the government’s long-shot energy bets.
Technician Louise Yamada sees a pullback scenario unfolding for oil based on key levels.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on commodities and looks ahead to factors that could impact the market next week.
U.S. crude oil futures suddenly spiked more than 1 percent late Friday morning, erasing losses for the week.
A small town in northeastern New York has banned the launch of new bitcoin "mining" firms for the next year and a half, just as the state's public utilities arm ruled that upstate municipal power authorities can charge higher electricity rates for miners.
The west African cocoa producer is expected to be one of the world's fastest growing economies in 2018.
Urban migration is at its highest level and city buildings are under pressure to operate more efficiently.
Oil prices were set to fall this week, with both benchmarks dropping slightly on Friday.
Ford is bringing hybrid technology to its most profitable and best-selling models, including trucks and muscle cars.
Saudi Arabia's powerful crown prince says the kingdom would pursue a nuclear weapon if its regional rival Iran obtains one.
The United States will install less solar power than previously expected in coming years due to new tariffs, market forces and changes in state and federal policy.
California remains the king of U.S. solar power capacity, but growth is migrating to the Southeast and Midwest.
Venezuela is likely to remain the biggest risk factor among leading oil producers for some time to come, according to the latest monthly report from the IEA.
Oil prices inched up on Thursday, supported by a pickup in equity markets, but limited by evidence that supply will overtake demand this year.
Statoil's new name will nod to its Norwegian heritage, but there will be no mention of the oil.
The World Health Organization will launch the review after a report found plastic particles in bottled water, according to the BBC.
Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets Managing Director and Global Head of Commodity Strategy discusses the IEA report with Jackie DeAngelis
Prince Mohammed bin Salman has hidden his mother from seeing King Salman as he's worked to consolidate power in Saudi Arabia, sources told NBC News.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich warned that new steel and aluminum tariffs will raise costs for a multibillion-dollar plant at the heart of Appalachia's ambitions to develop a petrochemical hub.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
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