OPEC's Badri Says Oil May Have Hit Floor, Warns Of Future Spike
January 26 2015 1:24 PM EST
Some OPEC members, including Venezuela, have continued to call for output cuts.
AirAsia Cuts Fuel Charges As Oil Price Falls
January 26 2015 2:58 AM EST
Production and supply of crude has to slow down to halt the decline in global oil prices, analysts say.
Oil Falls After Greek Election Sends Euro Tumbling
January 25 2015 11:45 PM EST
Global financial markets reacted to the Greek election on Monday with the euro dropping to near an 11-year low against the dollar.
Pakistani Officials Blame Sabotage For Massive Blackout
January 25 2015 4:42 PM EST
Some 80 percent of Pakistan was affected by a blackout Sunday, officials said power was restored by midmorning.
Saudi King's Death Won't Change Oil Policies, Experts Say
January 23 2015 10:26 AM EST
Though global prices jumped on the news of Abdullah's death, experts expect a smooth transition and no big policy changes.
GE Profit Rises, Helped By Power, Aviation Units
January 23 2015 7:34 AM EST
The U.S. conglomerate said its fourth-quarter net earnings rose to $5.15 billion.
India-US Nuclear Talks Hit Roadblock Again: Report
January 23 2015 1:32 AM EST
The two countries are looking at activating a civil nuclear agreement that has been in limbo since it came into effect in 2008.
Russia, US Nuclear Cooperation To Continue
January 23 2015 1:23 AM EST
Rosatom said that cooperation between the two nations "cannot and should not depend on situational changes of political environment."
Charge For Carbon Emissions While Oil Is Cheap, Panelists Urge
January 22 2015 4:05 PM EST
"Closing the Climate Deal" panelists in Davos said politicians should capitalize on falling oil prices and slap a fee on carbon emissions.
India Asks Refiners To Cut Iran Oil Imports Ahead Of Obama Visit: Report
January 22 2015 5:44 AM EST
India's imports from Iran rose 41 percent to 250,200 bpd in April-December compared with the same period a year ago.
Suzlon Energy To Sell German Unit Senvion For $1.16B
January 22 2015 4:12 AM EST
Suzlon and the U.S. private equity firm Centerbridge Partners have signed a binding agreement.
US-India Climate Talks To Boost Clean Energy, Not Cut Carbon
January 21 2015 3:20 PM EST
President Obama's India visit next week will focus more on renewable energy than on slowing coal and oil consumption.
Who Owns The Arctic? Russia, China and Others Debate
January 21 2015 2:04 PM EST
At this week's Arctic Frontiers gathering, debate turns to shipping and oil extraction as China and Russia express growing interest in Arctic affairs.
Al Gore, Pharrell Williams Launch Climate Change Concert
January 21 2015 12:42 PM EST
One-day, six-continent event is designed to pressure negotiators at the U.N.'s upcoming climate change conference in Paris.
Bloomberg Charity Gives Out $48M For State Clean Energy Plans
January 21 2015 10:51 AM EST
The former NYC mayor's initiative will support states trying to slash power plant emissions and expand renewable energy.
Will India Budge On Its Nuclear Liability Laws?
January 21 2015 3:26 AM EST
India may have to work around its stringent civil nuclear liability laws to facilitate U.S. investment.
US Senate To Vote On Keystone XL Amendments
January 20 2015 1:27 PM EST
The debate in Congress comes as Nebraska landowners launch a new legal challenge against the pipeline's proposed route in the state.
Oil Prices: S&P Downgrades US Energy Firms
January 20 2015 9:27 AM EST
The ratings agency this week lowered the credit ratings of eight oil and gas companies as crude oil prices plunge past $50 a barrel.
Two Die In Separate Accidents At Fukushima Nuclear Power Plants
January 20 2015 5:27 AM EST
The number of accidents, including heat strokes, at the Fukushima Daiichi plant has nearly doubled to 55 in this fiscal year.
Oil Prices Slip On Record Iraq Output
January 19 2015 6:56 AM EST
Iraqi Oil Minister Adel Abdel Mehdi said on Sunday Iraq pumped 4 million barrels per day (bpd) of oil in December, its highest ever.