The oil market's supply and demand dynamics are slowly rebalancing, says Standard Chartered Bank's Eric Robertsen.
Executives at ExxonMobil and Chevron will face a showdown over climate policies at their annual general meetings Wednesday.
They may be many, many miles up in the air, but satellites have a vital role to play when it comes to analyzing our planet.
Over 8.1 million people now work in the renewable energy industry according to a new report from the International Renewable Energy Agency.
Gavin Wendt, founding director & senior resource analyst at MineLife, criticizes shale oil for being financed by cheap Fed money and brokers pumping in cash.
Intertanko Chairman Nikolas Tsakos says crude below $60 per barrel is good for the tanker service business but this is not reflected in its share price.
Oil prices are likely to rise this year but it won't be a linear process, the head of European energy research at Citigroup said.
Oil prices were higher on after the U.S. government reported a larger-than-expected drop in crude stocks.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Discussing how high oil can go, and whether recent moves matter, with Kyle Cooper, ION Energy Group, and John LaForge, Wells Fargo.
More than two-thirds of Gulf banks reported an increase in unpaid loans in the first three months of the year and more defaults are likely.
Royal Dutch Shell will increase the number of job cuts in 2015 and 2016 by around 20 percent as a result of low oil prices.
Investors love big dividends, but some companies lack the earnings to afford it. How to know if a dividend is masking cash problems.
Sam Zell said he's investing less today because he sees fewer opportunities and selling more because he doesn't get buyers' optimism.
Seth Kleinman, managing director and head of European energy research at Citi, explains why he thinks oil prices will reach $65 a barrel by 2017.
The bank's need for reserves to offset losses on oil and gas companies could rise in 2016, executives warn.
CNBC's Mary Thompson on the floor of the NYSE with what’s moving markets this morning.
Brazil can still turn things around, but it won't be easy, Columbia University's Marcos Troyjo says.
U.S. sovereign bond prices were lower Tuesday as investors digested seesawing oil prices and awaited a Treasury Department sale.
While the oil markets remain volatile, there are a handful of stocks in the sector that are the best bets right now, says Andy Lipow.
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