Crude remains in a bear market.
A U.S. State Department official says Washington sees "great promise" in developing energy resources in the eastern Mediterranean as ExxonMobil began exploratory drilling off Cyprus' southwestern coast.
U.S. industry expanded as a slower pace in October, with manufacturing growth offsetting declines in mining and utility production.
A late afternoon wave of buying moved U.S. stocks higher Thursday.
U.S. Energy Association Executive Director Barry Worthington discusses the recent drop in oil prices and the increase in oil production in the U.S., Russia and Saudi Arabia.
FirstEnergy CEO Charles Jones on efforts to improve America's electrical infrastructure.
Shares were mixed in Asia on Friday on revived concerns over the prospects for a breakthrough in trade tensions between the U.S. and China.
U.S. stocks moved broadly lower in early trading Thursday, extending the market's losing streak into a sixth day.
As leaders land in Papua New Guinea for a Pacific Rim summit, the welcome mat is especially big for China's president.
A utility facing severe financial pressure amid speculation its equipment may have sparked a deadly Northern California wildfire asked U.S. energy regulators last month for permission to raise its customers' monthly bills to harden its system against wildfires and deliver a sizable increase in profits to shareholders.
Work to restore heat and hot water to thousands of residents in Massachusetts who lost service because of natural gas explosions will continue on Thanksgiving, Columbia Gas said Thursday.
North Dakota oil industry leaders are pushing to loosen the state's oil conditioning regulations, but an environmental group is arguing to tighten rules.
Most Asian stock markets gained Thursday after Wall Street fell and Britain's Cabinet endorsed a draft agreement to leave the European Union.
PRICE Futures Group senior energy analyst Phil Flynn on the outlook for oil prices.
Energy companies led U.S. stocks broadly higher in early trading Wednesday, wiping out some of the market's losses from a day earlier.
A utility accused in a lawsuit of igniting California's deadliest and most destructive wildfire said it contacted a customer about a power line on her property but that sparks were not part of the discussion.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is holding its only public hearing on the Trump administration's plans to roll back Obama-era rules for methane pollution from the oil and gas industry.