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Natural gas: Why it's important and what you need to know

Sustainable Energy takes a look at natural gas and its increasing importance.

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The oil market has one big problem: People aren't buying enough gas

Weak demand within the energy complex could bubble up to the crude oil market, analysts say.

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Here's why gas stations are going away

Here's what's driving big changes in the way people fuel up, says Brian Lakamp.

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Wal-Mart aims to slash one gigaton of emissions by 2030

Wal-Mart has launched a "sustainability platform" that will invite its suppliers to join the retail giant in pledging to cut greenhouse gas emissions .

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Electric cars - and gas guzzlers - both pushed at the Shanghai Auto Show

CNBC's Eunice Yoon says that carmakers are pushing two extremes at the Shanghai Auto Show, and speaks to VW CEO Matthias Müller.

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Demand for electric vehicles bucks low gas prices, says AAA

Lower gas prices have not dampened enthusiasm for electric cars, according to a new report from the Automobile Association of America.

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How one business is turning green grass into a green gas

One green energy business is looking to harness the potential of grass and turn it into a gas.

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Israel's largest gas field

Liran Lublin, Israel Brokerage & Investment, says gas production from the Leviathan gas field could start in early 2020.

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Trump: Absolutely no doubt we did the right thing in Syria

At a joint press conference, President Donald Trump and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg answer questions on the Syrian gas attack and fair burden sharing, respectively.

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Tillerson, Lavrov disagree on Syrian leader, gas attack

CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on rising tensions at the joint news conference with Russia Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

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