U.S. oil dipped after an early rise to 2016 peaks, but posted a gain of about 20 percent for April. » Read More
Crude oil posted its biggest one-day gain since August 27.
There’s more — or maybe, less — to the latest panicky oil bottom than meets the eye.
The severe winter storm that forecasters warned about for days is already dumping snow on the southern United States. And there's more to come.
The election is likely to exacerbate the credit crunch hitting the oil industry, says oil consultant Mark Harrington.
WTI crude oil is up 10 percent for the week, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
Saudi Arabia expects the market to recover in 2016 even as the country continues to keep production high, reports the Financial Times.
Planetary Resources’ co-chairman and co-founder, Eric Anderson explains how the company wants to expand Earth’s resource space and let humanity to become multi-planetary.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the latest on the oil markets as volatility is expected to continue.
Peter Costa, president of Empire Executions, discusses his take on the oil market's movements this week and what investors should really be focused on.
UAE’s energy minister, Suhail Mohamed Faraj Al Mazrouei says there’s an oversupply in the oil market, adding that the current price in the commodity is unsustainable.
Georgia’s prime minister, Giorgi Kvirikashvili discusses the Iran nuclear deal and how it was a “big success” for both Iran and other countries.
The “fourth industrial revolution” will have the biggest impact on the labor market, says Philip Jennings, UNI Global Union’s general secretary.
Bart Melek of TD Securities explains why a deep correction and sharp recovery could lead to oil prices doubling this year.
Recovering from the financial crisis Who recovered best from the financial crisis: Europe or the United States? Key business and financial leaders debate.
Schlumberger's customers are abruptly cancelling projects, the world's largest oilfield services company warned, as took a $1B hit, the FT reports.
As oil prices bounced on Thursday, one options trader is betting on a big surge for one of energy's most beleaguered names.
The freezing waters of the Cromarty Firth in Scotland have become a worrying barometer for energy veterans. The FT reports.
Morgan Stanley chief James Gorman also tells CNBC he'd be surprised if the Fed didn't make more rate hikes this year.
CNBC Pro searched for who could be the big winners and losers if crude rebounds significantly.
Oil briefly rose above $30 per barrel in a short-covering relief rally, but crude has still not found a floor.
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