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Oil prices have risen for six consecutive weeks, something that has happened only five times since 2010 and generally means a continued increase in oil prices and stocks.
The 2020 Democratic contender would sign an order placing a "total moratorium" on new federal oil and gas leases on her first day as president.
Merger talks between Occidental Petroleum and Anadarko Petroleum were ongoing when Chevron announced it would acquire Anadarko, sources say.
Crude oil prices won't climb higher unless they stay above the critical $60 level, says Louise Yamada of Yamada Technical Research.
There was another bid for Anadarko Petroleum aside from Chevron's $65 a share offer in cash and stock.
Chevron is acquiring oil and gas exploration and production company Anadarko Petroleum in deal valued at $33 billion.
Helium is well-known to the general public for its use in balloons, but it is also an important component of medical and aerospace technology.
Not everyone shared the same optimistic sentiments of safety that Iranian President felt after the deployment of a new warship into the Caspian Sea.
A flurry of risks in the energy market has made it "virtually impossible" to forecast oil prices, industry experts told CNBC.
UN sanctions are crushing North Korea's economy, which needs energy supplies. In crisis, Kim Jong Un is trying to develop alternative energy to keep his factories running.
Oil markets are tightening at the start of the second quarter amid a flurry of intensifying risk indicators, the IEA said Thursday.
Some states have used authority under the Clean Water Act to delay construction of infrastructure tied to fossil fuels.
Brent and WTI oil futures are at their highest price since November last year.
Oil won't be returning to the peak levels it saw last year when global benchmark Brent Crude hit $86 a barrel, Goldman Sachs' top commodities analyst said Monday.
The March floods that punished the U.S. Midwest have roiled the ethanol industry.
Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al Falih expects robust demand for state oil giant Saudi Aramco's first-ever bond issuance, the deal for which is expected to close on Wednesday.