Oil prices on Friday remained around April lows as slowing economic growth threatened to worsen ongoing oversupply of crude and refined products. » Read More
Airbus isn't expecting the low oil price to hurt its order book, the European aerospace giant's chief executive told CNBC.
Pavel Molchanov, senior vice president and energy analyst at Raymond James, predicts oil could reach $60 by the end of the year.
Significant volatility in the oil market is now a consensus view, according to Goldman's Jeffrey Currie.
Oil prices will remain pressured this year as Saudi Arabia and Iran compete for market share in Asian economies, Stephen Schork says.
The COP21 talks in Paris were a great success in galvanizing global action, the CEO of Spanish utility Iberdrola told CNBC.
U.S. natural gas producer Chesapeake Energy more than halved its annual capital budget and said it would sell more assets this year.
JPMorgan Chase is adding another layer in its capital buffer against energy, metals and mining loan losses, setting aside $600 million for losses.
Stronger consumer sentiment and spending might break the relationship between oil and equities, says The Private Client Reserve's David Schiegoleit.
Glenn August, founder and CEO of Oak Hill Advisors, says there will be substantial debt-for-equity and rescue financing for energy companies.
Ignacio Galán, chairman and CEO of Iberdrola, discusses his company's earnings and conditions in the Spanish economy.
Saudi oil minister Ali Ibrahim Al-Naimi says producers will hopefully reach an output freeze deal, but production cuts will not happen.
Shale oil could help rebalance global commodity prices as the sector looks to shrug off a tough couple of years.
Lower oil prices have knock-on effects on energy-exposed emerging markets and companies, says Wells Fargo Advantage Funds' Brian Jacobsen.
Exposure to outdoor air pollution is linked to roughly 40,000 deaths every year in the U.K., according to a new report.
U.S. crude prices fell as much as 5 percent after Saudi Oil Minister Ali Al-Naimi ruled out any production cuts.
Saudi oil Minister Ali al-Naimi said Tuesday producers will likely meet to discuss an output freeze in March, but production cuts would not happen.
The role of OPEC remains to balance supply and demand, Saudi oil minister Ali al-Naimi said Tuesday.
Discussing the factors moving the price of oil, and why the price of oil could be in the $60s by the end of 2016, with Pavel Molchanov, Raymond James.
OPEC members are still undecided about oil production cuts, but the cartel is eager to participate in an effort to bring up oil prices.
Saudi's oil minister Ali al Naimi is speaking in Houston on Tuesday. Here's how he can justify oil production cuts, says energy advisor Steven Kopits.
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