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Khalid al-Falih, Saudi energy minister and Saudi Aramco chairman, speaks with CNBC's Brian Sullivan at CERAWeek about the rollout of the OPEC production cut.
Petrobras CEO Pedro Parente speaks to CNBC's Brian Sullivan about his plan to recover the company's credibility, as well as his outlook on energy. The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders and Stephanie Link, TIAA Investments, weigh in on the energy space.
Higher oil prices have helped the oil industry return to investing, but it's not spending enough money to avoid the next crisis.
If Trump's pipeline plans succeed, the US is poised to become a bigger supplier of gas globally, transforming the energy industry.
Researchers in Australia have found that "common" Australian trees do not store as much carbon as had been previously assumed.
U.S. oilfield equipment maker Weatherford International named Halliburton's chief financial officer, Mark McCollum, as president and chief executive officer.
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak also discussed Russia's coordination with OPEC.
Citi argues that the correlation between dollar strength and the price of commodities is now gone.
Russia's energy minister says deal with OPEC to limit oil production has worked, but Russia won't be joining the cartel.
India is moving into position to be the biggest driver of global oil demand growth and has big energy investment plans.
The "Futures Now" team discusses whether crude can rally in the face of a potential rate hike and stronger dollar.
At IHS CERAWeek, global energy leaders will converge to discuss energy prices, innovation and America's growing dominance in the field.
Exxon Mobil said on Monday it would invest $20 billion through 2022 to expand its chemical and oil refining plants on the U.S. Gulf Coast.
Trade policy is in doubt, but North America's energy industry continues to strengthen ties.
Richard Harris of Port Shelter Investment Management says demand for oil is likely to pick up but shale producers could be a "big swing factor."
The International Energy Agency stated in a new report that a supply crunch in oil markets could be in the works. CNBC's Dan Murphy takes a closer look.
OPEC's secretary general says it's "premature" to say whether producers will extend their production deal.
Saudi Aramco is set to go public next year. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports from CERAWeek.
Chesapeake Energy CEO Doug Lawler says he is optimistic about working with the Trump administration.
Oil prices whipsawed turning negative after the IEA forecast potential shale oil growth and waning European refined product demand.
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