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Edward Morse, Citi's head of commodities research, isn't so sure oil has bottomed yet.
Discussing the pullback in oil, and the health of current market fundamentals, with Brian Belski, BMO Capital Markets.
National Oilwell Varco warned of a severe downturn in its business after orders for its drilling parts plunged nearly 90 percent.
Anadarko's capital expenditures in 2015 will be sharply lower than last year because of the collapse in crude oil prices, the company's CEO said.
Mike Scialla, Stifel Nicolaus analyst, is seeing the right ingredients for a rebound in oil prices.
Despite a 15 percent jump in oil prices since Thursday, U.S. crude is not heading back to $55 per barrel, Stewart Glickman told CNBC.
The first half of 2015 will be "good news for consumers" and bad news for oil producers, says Richard Mallinson, geopolitical and oil analyst at Energy Aspects.
The price of oil continued its rally, with producers announcing spending cuts that added to a slew of positive factors helping the commodity higher.
Richard Hunter, head of UK equities at Hargreaves Lansdown, says dividends remain a "first priority" for U.S. and European oil companies.
Bob Dudley, CEO of BP talks about the recent fourth-quarter earnings and how the low oil prices have impaired "a good chunk of assets."
Bob Dudley, CEO of BP, talks about the the price of oil, U.S. shale, OPEC and the market's reaction to the current volatility.
After 25 years with Russia, Bob Dudley, CEO of BP says his company is "deeply committed" to its relationship with Rosneft, and sees it as a long-term investment.
Russia's state-controlled Gazprom said on Tuesday it would slash its capital expenditure this year by almost $8 billion to $30 billion..
Oil prices may remain at $50 per barrel "for some time," the CEO of BP told CNBC, after the supermajor reported a impairment charge of $3.6 billion.
Oil futures rose on Tuesday, adding to gains of more than 11 percent in the prior two sessions as BP announced a cut in capital expenditure for 2015.
As investors try to determine where oil will bottom, CNBC's "Fast Money" traders looked at how to trade its mini-rally.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Traders are saying we may have reached a bottom. Or we may be seeing a dead cat bounce.
U.S. crude ended higher Monday. Here's why one strategist thinks it may have bottomed, and how he'd play it.
Government bond yields in some emerging market countries will receive a bump from cheap oil, a fixed income manager said.
After hitting their lowest levels since 2009, pump prices are going to climb through February.