Oil for October delivery declined 30 cents to close at $93.35 a barrel.
Investors with no intrinsic stake in energy markets — they are neither generators, nor industrial users, nor consumers of electricity — are reaping millions in the New Yo...
There is an interesting set of twists and turns at play between US unemployment data, vehicle sales, and gasoline demand.
ConocoPhillips senior economist Helen Currie, citing a study by the energy consulting firm IHS Inc., said prices at the pump would fall by about 8 cents a gallon should c...
Oil for October delivery rose 51 cents to settle at $93.96 a barrel.
Siluria Technologies has received $100 million investment in its effort to develop a more efficient process for making gasoline from methane--the main component of natura...
September crude dropped 2 percent while October decreased 1 percent.
Kurdish and Iraqi forces seized control of Iraq’s largest dam from Islamic State militants.
Retail electric providers in Texas have begun offering deals that pay consumers for conserving energy.
Oil for September delivery gained 42 cents to settle at $97.34 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
Refineries slowed their operations, pushing gasoline inventories down by the most in four months.
Oil dropped 91 cents, or 0.9 percent, to close at $97.38 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.