Energy

Shares of FirstEnergy soar after embattled utility gets investment from activist Elliott Management

Shares of FirstEnergy soared after the utility announced an investment that will help underwrite its transformation.

Energy

The winners and losers of a government shutdown

Who wins in a government shutdown? According to our data partners at Kensho, when bought after a shutdown and sold when it reopens, energy is the leading sector, followed by telecoms and utilities. With tech the biggest loser.

Energy

Shutdown concerns impacting energy

CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis takes a look at how the shutdown is affecting the government's energy data reports.

Energy

Fears for future of UK onshore wind power despite record growth

2.6GW of capacity built in 2017 before subsidies ban industry says will make generation dearerA record amount of onshore wind power was built in the UK last year, but government policy has been stalling the sector and risked increasing energy bills for co

Energy

Oil prices rise on decline in US drilling, Syria conflict

Oil prices climbed, pushed up by a drop in U.S. drilling activity and by fighting in Syria.

Energy

This Hearst ranch has raised cattle since 1865. Now it also powers Apple's headquarters

The historic Hearst cattle ranch has become a hybrid solar farm for Apple.

Energy

1m more smart meters which hinder switching could be rolled out

Government extends deadline for installation of older model despite interoperability issuesMore than 1m extra first generation smart meters will be fitted in homes because the government has extended a deadline for their installation, despite being critic

Energy

Oil prices drop on uptick in US production

Oil prices fell on Friday on a bounce-back in U.S. production, but ongoing declines in crude inventories curbed losses.

Energy

Crude oil sees 'pre-emptive' exuberance now, but there will be pullbacks

Vandana Hari of Vanda Insights says some of the "froth" in the crude oil market should ease later this year.

Energy

Keep an eye on geopolitics and supply outages in the oil market

Matt Smith of Clipper Data says geopolitical tensions and supply outages will have a bigger impact on the oil market this year.

Energy

U.S. crude oil inventories slip 6.9 million barrels

Oil slipped, weighed down by expectations that OPEC-led efforts to boost prices by cutting output will increase supply.

Energy

Petroyuan won't be a threat, for now

China is looking to launch a yuan-based crude futures contract. Ravi Krishnaswamy of Frost & Sullivan says it won't pose a threat to the dollar just yet.

Energy

Top energy executive says natural gas industry will need $150 billion of infrastructure investment

Jim Cramer sat down with natural gas guru Charif Souki, who shared his outlook on the future of natural gas exploration.

Energy

Oil prices edge up on tighter supplies, healthy demand

Oil prices rose on Wednesday on tightening supply and strong global demand.

Energy

Trader: Where to put money to work in oil

Roberto Friedlander, Seaport Global head of energy trading, discusses the global energy market and what opportunities investors should pay attention to.

Energy

Oil dips away from 2014 highs on rising US rig count, but analysts say market supported

Oil prices dipped on Monday as rising drilling activity in the United States pointed to higher future output.

Energy

Liberty Oilfield Services shares soar on new fracking IPO

Chris Wright, Liberty Oilfield Services, discusses the company's new fracking IPO and the energy market outlook.

Energy

T. Boone Pickens closes energy hedge fund, cites diminishing health

Pickens, 89, rose to prominence as the chief of Mesa Petroleum during a feverish period of corporate takeovers in the 1980s.

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