Here is the latest Energy Market News from CNBC.
Major Russian pipeline faces revival after rapprochement with Turkey
A major pipeline project that could open a new route for Russian gas in Europe is back on the table
IEA cuts oil demand forecast as economic uncertainty weighs
The world will consume less oil next year than previously thought as a climate of economic insecurity continues, according to the latest demand forecast by the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Australia blocks sale of electricity network to foreign companies
Australia blocked the sale of the country’s biggest electricity network, Ausgrid, to foreign companies, citing national interest grounds.
Oil prices fall on US crude inventory build, record Saudi output
Oil prices fell early on Thursday as a build in U.S. crude inventories and record Saudi Arabian production weighed on markets.
Chesapeake Energy agrees to exit Barnett Shale
Chesapeake Energy agrees to exit Barnett Shale, CNBC’s Seema Mody reports.
Chesapeake to sell interests in Barnett shale operating area, shares pop
Chesapeake Energy said it agreed to sell its interests in the Barnett shale operating area to Saddle Barnett Resources.
Sunpower’s cloudy future
Discussing challenges for solar stocks, including SunPower, with CNBC’s Morgan Brennan.
Analyst: Solar headwinds should subside in 2017
Pavel Molchanov, Raymond James, shares his bullish take on SunPower and the renewable energy sector.
SunPower CEO joins the $1 salary club to boost investor confidence
SunPower CEO Tom Werner reduced his salary for the rest of the year to show his commitment to the company’s performance.
Crude falls on mixed output signals from OPEC
CNBC’s Jackie DeAngelis reports on crude’s close, live from the NYMEX.
Closing Bell Exchange: Dow 20,000 on the way?
Discussing the current state of the markets with Kevin Caron, Stifel Private Client Group; Stephan Guilfoyle, Stuart Frankel; and CNBC’s Rick Santelli.
Venezuela oil freeze to get OPEC cold shoulder?
Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets chief commodities strategist, discusses the geopolitical fallout for oil prices, as well as her views on oil’s future.
OPEC pumpfest continues; Saudis at record as U.S. shale cuts back
Saudi Arabia is pumping record oil, and Iran is resuming production faster than expected, so neither may want an OPEC deal.
Commodities tomorrow: Crude build troubles traders
CNBC’s Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day’s activity in the commodities markets.
SolarCity wants to sell high-tech roofs
Elon Musk notes the plans could open a new market with millions of potential customers in just the US.
China warns UK over shock decision to delay nuclear power station
One of the U.K.’s most avidly pursued trading relationships may be threatened by the surprise delay of a planned $23 billion nuclear deal.
Cramer’s Stop Trading: Disney & SunPower
CNBC’s Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Disney and SunPower.
SolarCity has plans to sell homeowners a ‘solar roof’
SolarCity Chairman Elon Musk aims to attract customers with a roof integrated with solar panels and other features.
Not expecting fireworks from OPEC forecasts: Analyst
Energy Aspects’ geopolitical analyst, Richard Mallinson talks about what the market has been focusing on when it comes to oil, as well as his expectations for the OPEC report.
PG&E guilty of federal charges in deadly California blast
Pacific Gas & Electric was found guilty of federal charges stemming from a natural gas pipeline explosion in California that killed eight people.
OPEC upbeat on demand as oil basket posts first fall in 5 months
The OPEC report may dampen hopes for a deal on a production freeze at its meeting next month.
E.ON reveals net loss in first half of 2016
Michael Sen, CFO of E.ON, talks about how asset write-downs have affected the energy company’s bottom line.
Oil markets are falling into a bear trap and it’s way overdone: RBC
Oil markets are being over-bearish and fears of a rebound in global oil supplies are largely “overdone,” according to RBC Capital Markets.
Expect the Kiwi to rally if the RBNZ cuts rates by 25bps: Strategist
The Kiwi-Aussie dollar cross is one way to play the currency markets, says Saxo Capital Markets’ Kay Van-Petersen.
Oil stable as Venezuela calls for producer meeting, oversupply still weighs
Oil prices were stable early on Wednesday, on a global supply overhang weighing on markets while and talk of a potential producer meeting.
The Philippines’ renewable energy sector is booming (and could get even bigger)
The Philippines’s transformation into a unlikely regional powerhouse in renewable energy hasn’t been easy.
Nasdaq sets record intraday high
CNBC’s Bob Pisani looks at the day’s market action, including the S&P hitting another record intraday high.
What you need to watch Wednesday
Stocks seem to have fallen into a lull, but any number of things can wake up the market in the dog days of August.
California utility guilty of obstructing investigators after deadly gas explosion
A federal jury ruled it misled investigators about how it was identifying high-risk pipelines after a deadly gas line explosion.
OPEC using ‘smoke and mirrors’ to boost oil prices
Just the whiff of a meeting has driven prices higher, squeezed shorts in the futures market — and made further OPEC inaction more likely.
It is critical for the US to invest in the Arctic: Former NATO generals
Russia has planted a titanium flag on the North Pole. It’s crucial now for the US to reassert its leadership in the Arctic, these two former NATO generals say.
Expect bearish trend ahead for oil, says Morgan Stanley’s Longson
A number of headwinds could knock oil prices down as low as $35, Morgan Stanley’s Adam Longson said.
Commodities tomorrow: Will OPEC finally cut?
CNBC’s Bertha Coombs discusses the day’s activity in the commodities markets.
OPEC is irrelevant as crude will head higher: Trader
Tim Seymour goes “Behind the Trade” to illustrate how oil can go higher regardless of if OPEC meets in September.
Anti-fracking measures are one step closer to being on Colorado’s ballot
Colorado is one step closer to having two statewide referendums on fracking reach the ballot in November.
Chevron to rally 16% despite earnings loss, says Piper Jaffray
Investors should take advantage of Chevron’s sustainable business model and portfolio despite an earnings miss.
Where oil goes from here
Adam Longson, Head of Energy Commodity Research at Morgan Stanley, discusses the upcoming OPEC meeting and the supply of oil.
Marc Faber on Tesla and more
Marc Faber, the editor and publisher of The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, tells Brian Sullivan that shares of the hot automaker are heading to zero.
China’s Shanxi province to extend maturity on $60 billion in coal loans
Shanxi has moved to ease rising pressure on its largest coal miners by extending the maturity on up to $60 billion in loans, the FT reports.
Oil pares near 3-percent gains amid oil glut worries
Crude prices inched down on Tuesday, as worries over a global oil glut tempered speculation that OPEC would try to restrain output.
Japan’s public opinion on nuclear energy could improve: Adviser
Lake Barrett, special advisor to Japan for the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster cleanup, discusses Japan’s plan to bring back nuclear power plants.
‘I wouldn’t bet’ on Tesla Model 3 hitting the market on time, analyst says
An S&P Global analyst joined CNBC’s “Closing Bell” to talk Tesla and whether the company is worth the investment risk.
Will OPEC freeze?
CNBC’s Jackie DeAngelis reports on crude’s close, live from the NYMEX.
Pro: Oil setting up for a rally back to $51
“Fast Money” trader Tim Seymour and Ari Wald, Oppenheimer, discuss their views on OPEC and crude oil.
Why OPEC may actually stop bickering and take action
Oil’s recent dip back into the $30s per barrel may get OPEC to start talking seriously about joint action.
Pisani: There’s rotation with energy, financials & tech
CNBC’s Bob Pisani looks at the day’s market action.