McDonald's, Apple, Energy Transfer Partners and Sunoco stocks are making headlines this Monday morning.
OPEC removed uncertainty from the market by delivering an output cut deal, but crude price volatility is likely to persist.
An oil move from "$50 to $60 is very dramatic" for one set of companies, says Paul Sankey, senior oil and gas analyst at Wolfe Research.
Energy stocks may look overbought at these levels, according to two strategists.
Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm said U.S. drillers can produce 20 million barrels a day but risk tanking oil prices in the process.
WTI crude oil rises to a session high after the White House says it expects President Barack Obama to sign a bill extending Iran sanctions. CNBC's Seema Mody reports.
Gulf oil and gas companies could get some relief from a more industry-friendly White House, according to an energy consulting firm.
U.S. shale producers will produce more but the OPEC cuts are still meaningful in reducing the global stockpile, says Alejandro Barbajosa at Argus Media.
EPA officials made key last-minute changes to their presentation of a multiyear report on hydraulic fracturing's impact on water supplies.
Lawrence Orsini at LO3 Energy explains how blockchain technology allows excess energy to be traded through a community microgrid.
Brent crude was on track for its biggest weekly rally since 2009 following OPEC's decision to cut crude output.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the latest on the oil markets.
The mayors of four major cities – Mexico City, Madrid, Paris and Athens – have pledged to ban diesel vehicles from their streets by 2025.
Russia is not going to comply with its side of the OPEC agreement and cut production by 300,000 barrels a day, an analyst told CNBC.
Shaia Hosseinzadeh, MD & head of energy and natural resources at WL Ross & Co, talks about OPEC’s relationship with Russia when it comes to the oil market.
The Baltic Dry Index climbed 50 percent over the course of November, but the OPEC deal to reduce oil production could hurt tanker shipping.
Shaia Hosseinzadeh, MD & head of energy and natural resources at WL Ross & Co, talks about whether we can expect more cuts from OPEC in the coming years.
Arab monarch-led OPEC nations have incentives to adhere to the output cut, says Mark Keenan at Societe Generale.
Harold Hamm's name has been floated for Energy secretary, but the billionaire oilman says there's a better man for the job.
Brent crude rose above $54 a barrel for the first time in 2016 after OPEC and Russia agreed to restrict production.
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