U.S. oil dipped after an early rise to 2016 peaks, but posted a gain of about 20 percent for April. » Read More
Exxon reported a steep drop in earnings as low oil prices hurt results at the world's largest publicly traded oil company.
Discussing Exxon's earnings beat, but quarterly profit below $3 billion for the first time in 14 years, with Stewart Glickman, S&P Capital IQ oil analyst. Glickman has a "buy" on Exxon, but cut his price target to $88.
Crude prices should not be so heavily influenced by oil stocks, one analyst told CNBC, saying that their recent correlation is fundamentally flawed.
Ireland's national stadium is set to become one of the greenest on the planet.
After oil's slide continued Monday, "Fast Money" traders debated whether energy companies would see relief any time soon.
General Electric is stopping production on a certain product by the end of 2016, Gizmodo reports.
Oilman Boone Pickens says U.S. crude hit a bottom at $26.15 per barrel, and based on history, prices should double within 12 months.
CNBC's Steve Sedgwick, Geoff Cutmore and Karen Tso discuss the difficulties facing the U.K. energy giant.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports the results of Anadarko Petroleum's latest quarter.
Bruno Verstraete, partner at Lakefield Partners, says oil prices should stabilize when the dollar starts to lose value.
Amrita Sen, chief oil analyst at Energy Aspects Ltd, says the correlation between oil and stock prices is an unhealthy situation.
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas says he sees several signs that Tesla will face tougher growth prospects in coming years.
Oil prices are set to rally in the second half to $85 a barrel, according to Cornerstone Analytics president Michael Rothman.
Offshore wind investments in Europe doubled in 2015, according to new data from the European Wind Energy Association.
Every month that oil stays below $80 a barrel, Saudi Arabia loses money. CNBC estimates when the kingdom may run out of money.
Roberto Friedlander, Brean Capital head of energy trading, says investors should start adding to their energy positions when oil his around $25.
U.S. crude closed nearly 6 percent as weak economic data from China and an OPEC source undermined chances of an emergency meeting to stem the decline.
Morgan Creek's Mark Yusko says "a lot of companies" are going to go bankrupt because of oil debt.
Boarding a flight out of Hong Kong just got cheaper, after the city scrapped an old fuel surcharge on Monday.
The technician who predicted the January swoon in stocks sees a long bearish road ahead for crude.
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