Dow Tumbles 100 Points, Gold Surges
January 15 2015 3:18 PM EST
After the Dow dropped more than 100 points Thursday as oil prices decline, analysts are looking ahead to Intel's earnings.
Venezuela, Russia Hold Oil Talks
January 15 2015 8:52 AM EST
For Russia, oil revenue pays for half of its budget; for Venezuela, it's 96 percent.
Climate Change Without A Whole Lot Of Change
January 15 2015 8:23 AM EST
The White House initiatives unveiled this week to rein in dangerous methane emissions don't go far enough, critics say.
Oil Prices Retreat Again As Iraq Schedules Record Exports
January 15 2015 6:41 AM EST
Both Brent and U.S. crude oil dropping around $1 toward near six-year lows, almost wiping out gains made the previous day.
Oil Prices Extend Slide In Commodities Sell-Off
January 14 2015 4:51 AM EST
Commodities came under pressure after the World Bank cut its forecasts for global growth, reinforcing worries of a gloomy economic outlook.
India Must Be More Aggressive On Climate Change, UN Chief Says
January 13 2015 1:56 PM EST
The U.N. secretary-general's comments come as international pressure mounts on India to reduce its rising greenhouse gas emissions.
Oil Dives Anew, Falling 5% On Goldman Downgrade, Outages
January 12 2015 11:37 PM EST
Goldman slashed its three-month forecasts for Brent to $42 a barrel from $80.
Oil Prices Will Slump To $42 In First Quarter: Goldman Sachs
January 12 2015 10:27 AM EST
The bank's analysts said the lower prices could force U.S. shale producers to scale back their output in the second half of 2015.
BP, Anadarko Fail To Win New Review Of Gulf Spill Fines
January 10 2015 12:43 AM EST
By a 7-6 vote, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals let stand a three-judge panel's decision to uphold a 2012 ruling.
China The Leader As Clean-Energy Sector Gains $310B in 2014
January 09 2015 11:05 AM EST
Last year's gains reversed three years of steady declines in the clean energy sector, a Bloomberg New Energy Finance analysis found.
On The Road Again? The Impact of Cheap Gas
January 07 2015 9:21 PM EST
Even with gas at $2.50 and Americans buying bigger cars, the decline in driving will continue -- especially for millennials.
Cape Wind, Largest US Offshore Wind Proposal, Suffers Blows
January 07 2015 11:19 AM EST
The $2.5 billion proposed wind farm in Nantucket Sound was the largest contender in the race to build the first U.S. offshore wind farm.
GOP Reignites Keystone XL Battle In Congress
January 07 2015 9:07 AM EST
Republicans push pipeline bills to import Canadian crude oil amid rising domestic oil output and falling gasoline prices.
Why Economists Fear 'Nightmare' Deflation From Cheaper Oil
January 07 2015 8:21 AM EST
Some economists are warning that the U.S. faces creeping deflation. Here's what that means and why economists fear it.
United States Steel Corp. To Fire 756 Workers, Idle Plants
January 07 2015 5:31 AM EST
At the end of 2013, U.S. Steel Corp. had about 26,000 employees in North America and about 12,500 in Europe.
Brent Crude Oil Drops Below $50 For First Time Since May 2009
January 07 2015 3:47 AM EST
Oil markets had slumped for a fourth straight session on Tuesday as mounting worries about the supply glut pressured crude prices.
Shell To Pay Out $83M To Settle Nigeria Oil Spill Claims
January 06 2015 8:51 PM EST
Individuals will each receive about 2,200 pounds in the first such case to pay compensation directly to individual community members.
California Governor Wants 50% Renewables By 2030
January 06 2015 11:51 AM EST
Gov. Brown said California "must show the way" on climate change policies and inspire other U.S. states to act on emissions.
Crude Oil Glut Could Cushion Against Disruptions
January 06 2015 8:33 AM EST
Oil prices slipped to 5½-year lows Monday amid reports of rising production in Iraq, Russia and other major crude-exporting nations.
Former Obama Adviser Says Time Is Ripe For US Carbon Tax
January 05 2015 12:18 PM EST
The former U.S. Treasury secretary said the climate change policy would keep Americans from guzzling more cheap fuel as prices hit five-year lows.