Energy correspondent DeAngelis leaves CNBC
Jackie DeAngelis, CNBC’s chief energy correspondent, has left the network after 13 years.
DeAngelis was also the host of CNBC’s online show “Futures Now.” She covered commodities with a focus on the energy complex, contributing live reports throughout CNBC’s business day programming.
“Difficult to say goodbye, but looking forward to my next adventure,” wrote DeAngelis on Facebook.
In 2017, DeAngelis followed the Trump administration’s pro-energy policies and its America First Energy Plan, covering a range of stories from pipelines, to natural gas, to coal and their impact on raw commodity and stock prices.
She traveled to North Dakota for the protests over the Dakota Access Pipeline and covered Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, reporting on the damage they caused as well as the energy and utility shortages that resulted.
She also toured Three Mile Island, walking viewers through how cheap natural gas is shutting that plant down when one of the worst nuclear accidents in history could not.