Oil prices closed higher on Friday after bouncing back from six-and-a-half-year lows on recovering equities markets.» Read More
Union leaders called strikes on Sunday at nine U.S. refineries in a bid to pressure oil companies to agree to a new national contract covering workers at 63 plants.
Texas bank Cullen/Frost’s Chairman and CEO Dick Evans says even if crude falls another 20%, his company will be able to stay afloat.
Joe Terranova, "Halftime Report" trader and chief market strategist at Virtus Investment Partners, is adding another energy company to his portfolio.
Neil Atkinson, head of analysis at Lloyd's List Intelligence, says that there is not enough oil demand growth, which will lead to a continued surplus of supply for the first half of 2015.
Lynnden Brannigan, head of technical strategy at Barclays, discusses currencies and oil movements.
Crude oil settled up 8 percent, or $3.71, at $48.24, its best day since June 2012.
Investors should capitalize on cheap energy stocks before it's too late, according to one expert.
Valuations for energy companies may not have fallen far enough to spark dealmaking, two analysts tell CNBC.
As the EU extends the economic penalties against Russia, the head of one of Russia's largest banks told CNBC that sanctions were akin to "economic war."
In England, one sustainable energy scheme has taken things to extremes, and started to fuel buses with food – and human – waste.
An oncoming wave of oil industry job cuts and restructuring is only the first inning of a long game, experts tell CNBC.
Hedge funds in both the U.S. and abroad are grabbing at investment opportunities in a distressed energy sector.
Our portfolio is built to handle volatility, says Andrew Liveris, Dow Chemical CEO, talking through his company's quarterly results and the impact of low oil prices on the company's bottom line.
Chevron reported fourth-quarter earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Friday.
After countless oil price downgrades, analysts at Goldman Sachs have cut their outlook for the commodity sector as a whole.
ConocoPhillips on Thursday reported a fourth-quarter loss of $39 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier.
West Texas Intermediate fell below $44 after data showed additions to already record-high U.S. oil inventories.
Wall Streeters in CNBC's Fed survey forecast that WTI crude's slide hasn't hit bottom.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Oil hit 6-year lows today but ended the day up slightly. Nat gas and gold were both down on the day.
Energy stocks eventually will go up unless the global economy collapses. But keep it simple. Don't overthink your basis for a rebound bet.