Gas prices will start to fall in the coming weeks as issues at some U.S. refineries are resolved, an industry expert said.» Read More
Energy stocks have seen a strong bounce over the past month and a half. Have they turned a corner for good?
U.S. shale oil drillers are being treated as "milk cows" for refiners due to Washington's longstanding ban on U.S. crude exports, one of the top drillers has complained.
A theory from PitRho's co-founder suggests that NASCAR drivers named David have a better-than-usual chance of winning at Talladega.
Energy stocks should move higher this year, providing a great opportunity in these names, money manager Jerry Castellini said.
Jonathan Krinsky of MKM Partners gives three reasons why he is bullish on natural gas.
After a stellar month for beaten-down oil markets, the risk of another sharp slide downwards may be around the corner, analysts said Friday.
Oil names like Chevron and Exxon Mobil issue dividends that make them steady amid the sector's uncertainty, an analyst said.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said investors can buy Exxon shares without "getting in trouble," and here's why.
It's time for companies to heed the call to invest their cash, says UBS's chief investment officer.
Norway's oil fund trumpeted its best-ever quarterly return, boosted by monetary stimulus that put a rocket under Europe's stock markets.
Profits from refining and trading rose to $2.65B from $1.575B a year earlier, offsetting a sharp drop in oil and gas production earnings.
Almost 20 percent of the world’s oil supply travels through the Strait of Hormuz between the Persian Gulf and the Arabian Sea.
Oil is up over 30 percent since its low in March. One pro predicts the rally will continue, but another says prices will fall near term.
Energy entrepreneur Boone Pickens said on Monday that he is standing by his call that oil goes higher this year and higher next year.
The average price of gasoline in the U.S. rose about 5 percent in the past two weeks to $2.58 per gallon, according to the Lundberg survey.
U.S. elections have long featured a familiar whipping post. Yet thanks to the energy boom, it's one that may not play a role in 2016.
As tensions in the Ukraine rise, European sanctions are squeezing Russia's energy sector. Production is flat, and oil deliveries are down.
Brazilian oil giant Petrobras believes it has started to normalize its relationship with investors and to implement better governance.
About 25% more LNG exports will hit the world market by 2020, and this will transform the energy market, predict CEOs at CERAWeek.
The Brazilian oil company, embroiled in a corruption scandal, unveiled the estimate in its audited fourth-quarter financials.
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