Discussing her firm's bet on Schlumberger is Karen Firestone, Aureus Asset Management President, CEO and co-founder.
Oversupply and weak demand continue to grip volatile oil markets but several analysts have found a pocket of relative safety.
In theory, airlines love cheap oil but in practice, most airlines are less than thrilled.
Berkshire Hathaway has disclosed a new investment in Kinder Morgan, boosting its bet on oil as crude prices hover near 12-year lows.
A third of exploration and production companies — about 175 firms — are at high risk of bankruptcy, Deloitte reports.
Patrick Moulay, VP of Bell Helicopter, says the firm is well diversified so other sectors have helped offset the downturn in its oil and gas business.
Plunging oil prices have blown a $3.8 billion hole in Alaska's budget. Gov. Bill Walker explains his plan to revive the state's economy.
Marina Petroleka, head of energy and infrastructure research at BMI Research, discusses the proposed oil output freeze by OPEC members.
Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open including Warren Buffet buying Kinder Morgan after the company slashed its dividend.
Goldman Sachs' Michele Della Vigna, says it doesn’t make sense anymore for OPEC to determine the oil price, by turning up or down the output.
Oil futures fell Tuesday after four major producers agreed to freeze output at January levels, dashing hopes for a cut to supply.
Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Venezuela and Russia talk to freeze production levels, but what does this mean for an oversupplied market?
Nick Nelson, UBS Head of European Equity Strategy, says European bank stocks are medium-term investment.
Getting Russia and Saudi Arabia together for oil output negotiations was a big feat, explains ANZ's Daniel Hynes.
Clipperdata's Matt Smith explains why the Saudi Arabian-Russian proposal to freeze production is not a game changer.
Seventeen U.S. state governors have signed a green accord that sees them pledge to push clean energy sources in the United States.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
CastleArk Management President & CIO Jerry Castellini offers his energy picks and why those stocks are attractive.
Four big world oil producers opened the door to an output freeze, but Oil Price Information Service's Tom Kloza tells CNBC such a deal seems unlikely.
Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Russia and Venezuela would lead an effort to freeze output at January levels, but Iran had yet to be convinced.
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