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Saudi Arabia's powerful crown prince says the kingdom would pursue a nuclear weapon if its regional rival Iran obtains one.
California remains the king of U.S. solar power capacity, but growth is migrating to the Southeast and Midwest.
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.
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.
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.
Oil prices inched up on Thursday, supported by a pickup in equity markets, but limited by evidence that supply will overtake demand this year.
U.S. President Donald Trump's protectionist trade policies threaten to slow global economic growth and dampen oil demand, OPEC warned.
RBC commodities strategist Helima Croft says Rex Tillerson's departure will likely emerge as a catalyst for oil prices.
Oil prices came under pressure on Wednesday as weekly government data showed a larger-than-expected rise of 5 million barrels in U.S. crude stockpiles.
Schwarzenegger is planning on taking on big oil companies for "knowingly killing people all over the world" in the name of their product, USA Today reports.
Saudi Aramco could issue stock on its home market before facing the complexity of listing on an international stock exchange.
The firing of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson clouds the outlook for the Iran nuclear deal and introduces uncertainty to the oil market.
Output from major shale oil regions will grow by 131,000 barrels a day in April, the Department of Energy predicts.
Saudi Arabia's state-owned oil behemoth is increasingly looking to just float locally, as plans to list on an international exchange hang in the balance, Reuters reported.
Oil prices plunged in volatile trade on Tuesday as U.S. shale output surged.
Investors hoping to a buy a piece of the world's largest oil company may be forced to wait until 2019 at the earliest, amid reports Saudi Aramco's IPO is likely to be delayed.
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