Dow Drops 100 Points As Oil Surges On Saudi Airstrikes In Yemen
March 26 2015 11:16 AM EDT
Tensions in the Middle East escalated overnight, triggering fears over crude oil supply.
Aboriginal Groups Reject Planned $16B Queensland Coal Mine
March 26 2015 2:17 AM EDT
The Wangan and Jagalingou people have formally rejected the land-use agreement between Indian firm Adani and the Australian government.
Oil Prices Soar As Saudi Arabia Launches Airstrikes In Yemen
March 26 2015 1:44 AM EDT
Oil prices surged as traders worried about fighting in the oil-rich Middle East getting out of control.
Supreme Court To Hear Case On EPA Mercury Limits
March 25 2015 11:20 AM EDT
Pro-coal states argue the EPA's new limits on mercury emissions at power plants do not fully account for the financial burden on utility ratepayers.
Oil Could Hit $100 A Barrel By End Of 2016: Pickens
March 25 2015 5:49 AM EDT
Oil prices have tumbled sharply partly due to weaker Asian and European demand and an increase in North American production.
Russia To Build Jordan’s First Nuclear Power Plant
March 25 2015 3:05 AM EDT
The deal requires Jordan to buy fuel from Rosatom for the reactors for 10 years.
43% Of World's Electric Cars Were Bought Last Year: Report
March 24 2015 3:23 PM EDT
German researchers say U.S. incentives played a large role in the rapid growth of a still-tiny vehicle market.
Smoggy Beijing To Shutter Its Coal Plants
March 24 2015 10:47 AM EDT
The city will close the last of its four major coal-fired power stations next year to curb horrific air pollution.
Oil Below $56 As Saudi Output Near Record, China Activity Slows
March 24 2015 6:12 AM EDT
Factory activity in China, the world's second-largest economy and top oil importer, slipped in March.
Israel Spied On US-Iran Talks: Report
March 24 2015 2:43 AM EDT
Israel has criticized the Obama administration's push for an agreement over Iran's nuclear program as a "bad, insufficient deal."
Iran's President Says Nuclear Deal Issues Can Be Resolved
March 21 2015 8:54 AM EDT
Negotiations between Iran and the six world powers are set to resume next week.
China Is Running Out Of Space To Store Oil
March 18 2015 11:06 AM EDT
China, the world’s second-largest oil consumer, has been stockpiling cheap crude for months. That’s over, for now.
Solar Energy Sector Takes Flight
March 17 2015 1:50 PM EDT
The Solar Impulse 2 aircraft currently flying around the world is a sign of broader achievements in solar energy.
China To Audit State Firms' Foreign Investments
March 17 2015 12:01 PM EDT
China's government says it will audit the overseas assets of over 100 major state firms, worth an estimated $690 billion.
South Korea Says North Korea Linked To Nuclear Plants Hack
March 17 2015 7:18 AM EDT
Last week, a hacker had also demanded money in exchange of not handing over sensitive information about the plants to other countries.
BP Inks $12B Deal In Egypt, A Nation In The Throes Of An Energy Crisis
March 15 2015 12:34 PM EDT
An Egyptian economic summit draws foreign-investment deals to a country struggling to meet energy demands.
US Appeals Decision In BP's Gulf Of Mexico Oil-Spill Case
March 14 2015 12:36 PM EDT
The ruling in federal court reduced BP's penalty for the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico by almost $4 billion.
45,000 Rally Against Taiwan's Use Of Nuclear Power
March 14 2015 8:45 AM EDT
Taiwanese government says that nuclear energy contributes to about 20 percent of the island’s electricity.
Hacker Demands Cash From South Korean Nuclear Plants Operator
March 13 2015 6:10 AM EDT
A hacker leaked information about South Korean nuclear plants on Twitter in the sixth such incident since December.
Hungary Denies EU Blocked Nuclear Deal With Russia
March 13 2015 2:04 AM EDT
The deal with Russia aims to expand Hungary's sole Soviet-era nuclear reactor, which provides around 40 percent of its electricity needs.