A new California law aims to reduce methane from cows, but the cattle industry thinks the regulation is foul.
Beijia Ma, equity strategist at BofA Merrill Lynch, discusses green bonds and how the market size is set to double this year compared to 2015.
A new San Francisco martini is like virtually everything in the city: expensive. Still, patrons seem to be drinking it up.
In the U.K., the appetite for solar among some is becoming increasingly stronger.
Europe will soon have over 500,000 electric vehicles on its roads, according to research.
As technology develops, increasingly innovative ways of generating energy from some very unconventional sources are being devised.
CNBC gives you a quick guide to the World Energy Congress' 'Energy Trilemma'.
The price of oil will not have much of an impact when it comes to the transition to clean sources of energy, according the one CEO.
Alexander Novak, Russia's minister of energy, has reaffirmed that his country is prepared to join OPEC in a production freeze.
OPEC has reached a crucial turning point in its measures to return the oil market to balance, its secretary-general said at World Energy Congress.
Jean-Bernard Levy, chairman and CEO of European utility EDF, has expressed relief over the decision to give Hinkley Point the green light.
In Germany, the idea of fostering energy independence through renewables is gaining traction with some.
Igor Sechin, the head of Kremlin energy champion Rosneft, said his company will not cut or freeze oil production.
Saudi Aramco feels "comfortable" that by 2018 oil prices will have recovered and the market conditions will be right for its IPO.
A new report from the World Energy Council has found that per capita energy demand will peak in the next decade or so.
Efficiency is going to become an increasingly important factor when it comes to oil production and consumption, according to Fatih Birol.
“The oil market is “pretty much in balance,” Bob Dudley the chief executive of BP has told CNBC.
CNBC speaks to energy experts about what the planet's energy mix might look like in 2050.
Here are five of the questions Trump and Clinton are most likely to be asked at Sunday night's debate.
A simple principle of physics explains why hurricanes always spin the way they do.