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Diamond Offshore Drilling is seeing lots of demand for its oil rigs from China, India and other industrialized nations — just not the United States, Chief Executive Larry Dickerson told CNBC Thursday.
Discussing yesterday's failed Senate bill backing U.S. offshore drilling, the price of oil, drilling permits and future growth opportunities, with Larry Dickerson, Diamond Offshore Drilling CEO.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on two failed attempts at oil legislation from both sides of the aisle.
But is the stock a buy? The "Mad Money" host weighs in.
James Mulva, ConocoPhillips chairman/CEO talks about today's senate hearing, taxes and the road ahead for energy.
The renown hedge fund manager shares his thoughts on the market.
The commodities market witnessed a volatile five days last week with silver a major loser. Some analysts were predicting the losses for silver would lead losses in other commodities like oil, which saw the WTI contract drop below $100 a barrel.
With oil prices going down, the "Mad Money" host sees a buying opportunity in these three stocks.
Oil prices are heading back towards the $80 - $100 a barrel sweet spot which will boost oil stocks and take pressure off the global economy, according to Jens Zimmermann, a senior equity analyst at ABN AMRO Private Banking in Zurich.
President Barack Obama says oil companies are profiting from rising pump prices and he wants Congress to end $4 billion in annual tax breaks for the oil and gas industry.
Brazilian oil giant Petrobras is confident the type of drilling accident BP faced in the Gulf of Mexico last year would not happen in its offshore operations, a company official said recently.
The arguments for and against offshore drilling continue to rage one year after the BP oil spill, with John Hofmeister, former Shell Oil US operations CEO. It was a political choice to shutdown the Gulf, he says.
One year after the BP oil spill, Kenneth Feinberg, Feinberg Rozen LLC, discusses the fallout.
There's no longer a moratorium on deepwater drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, but with new rules and stricter regulations, drillers are being forced to face new realities, reports CNBC's Brian Shactman.
On the one-year anniversary of the Gulf oil spill, BP has been named the "Worst Company in America" by Consumerist.
In Sunday’s trade, the Egypt Stock Exchange lost 1.42%, and the coming few trading sessions are likely to reflect how worried the remaining foreign investors are about the renewed violence in Tahrir Square.
Fluctuations and uncertainty in the oil market make transports, and particularly the airline business, risky right now. Same with UPS and FedEx, says Daraius Irani, director of the Regional Economic Studies Institute, Towson University. Many companies will begin to add fuel surcharges.
As crude oil hit new a new multi-year high on Thursday, closing above $110 a barrel, Exxon Mobil Chairman Rex Tillerson told CNBC natural has is the fastest-growing conventional fuel and that demand will 60 percent by 2030.
The buzz at the “Business and Investment In Qatar Forum” is summed up by a Pegasus private equity investor as, “get in soon, it’s growing fast.”