Oil fell for a fifth consecutive day on Tuesday on rising production from major exporters, and as the dollar strengthened. » Read More
Crude oil futures pared gains in late trading Tuesday, after The Wall Street Journal reported inventory had a larger-than usual weekly build.
The market is seeing early signs of an oil price bottom as Saudi Arabia and Russia begin to feel the pressure, Tom Petrie says.
In its latest report, the bank has lowered its 2016 forecast for crude oil prices to $37 per barrel.
Just how low could oil prices dip, with Ed Morse, Citi Research global head of commodities.
Inventory builds a concern for the oil market as energy investors turn their focus to the Fed. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on energy companies taking steps to preserve payouts.
Jefferies equities analyst, Jason Gammel explains why we need to see a balanced oil market, while discussing the shareholder vote on the BG/Shell merger.
Chinese oil majors have seen a decline in earnings and cash flow generation, explains Thomas Hilboldt from HSBC.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Oil surged on Wednesday as Russia said it was discussing the possibility of co-operating with OPEC to reduce oversupply.
China's oil demand will grow 4.3 percent this year, compared with 4.8 percent growth in 2015, the country's top energy group forecast.
Designs and plans have been drawn up for the world's tallest building. Its location? Basra, in the south of Iraq.
Shell has fought hard, reassuring investors that cuts and asset disposals, will make the BG deal an attractive long-term play
An Iranian oil tanker set sail for South Korea last week, heralding a new period of uncertainty for world crude prices.
There are new job cuts ahead in the oil and gas sector, after major cost reductions have been squeezed out of capex and suppliers, a survey revealed.
As oil storage nears capacity, brace yourselves for more volatility, according to Goldman's Jeffrey Currie.
Mark Yusko, founder and CEO of Morgan Creek Capital Management, says a recession is coming 'as sure as the sun rises.'
Oil and stocks are seeing max out correlations, but it can't last forever. Usually stocks go up and oil continues to decline.
Saudi Arabia outlined ambitious plans to move into non-oil-related industries ranging from information technology to health care and tourism.
Citi's chief U.S. equity strategist tells CNBC the relationship between crude and stocks is unwarranted.
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