Crude prices swung back and forth in choppy trade on Friday as traders closed positions at the end of a week that saw prices rally.» Read More
It's time for companies to heed the call to invest their cash, says UBS's chief investment officer.
At the recent IHS CERAWeek conference in Houston, CNBC speaks to a panel of experts on whether Washington should lift the 40-year-old export ban on U.S. crude oil.
BlackRock bond guru Jeff Rosenberg blames this year's weak economic growth on the collapse in oil.
Luke Rahbari, Stutland Volatility, discusses how to trade oil.
Tom Fanning, Southern Company CEO, breaks down the company's quarterly results and weighs in on his company's future energy plans.
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Deepwater Wind's Block Island offshore wind farm could be the first in the nation, reports Breaking Energy.
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A new report from an economic research firm makes a surprising case for crude oil to eventually fall to $20 a barrel over the coming years.
Charles Diebel, head of macro strategy at Aviva Investors, explains what he sees as the biggest factors in the oil market.
Howard Lutnick, CEO of Cantor Fitzgerald & BCG Partners, discusses BGC's energy strategy and how interest rates can affect real estate.
Iran's abrupt seizure of a commercial vessel in the Persian Gulf raises a question of who ordered the taking of the Maersk Tigris, and why?
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Crude hit its highest level this year as inventories were a little less than expected. Cushing stocks were down as well.
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Prime office real estate in some of the world's leading cities is about to take a hit from the falling price of oil.
Oil major BP reported a fall in profits on Tuesday, as the plunging price of oil continues to hit revenues for the sector.
Gas producer Gazprom said its net income declined by 86 percent last year to 159 billion rubles ($3.1 billion) due to a weaker Russian currency.
John Licata, founder & chief energy strategist at Blue Phoenix, says strength in the downstream enabled European oil companies BP and Total to report higher-than-expected profits.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Crude was slightly higher on the day. Traders are looking to tomorrow's inventory report, particularly the production numbers.
Oil prices rose on Tuesday on reports Iran had seized a cargo vessel and as the dollar dropped to an eight-week.