CNBC's Kelly Evans speaks to Chevron CEO John Watson about the Trump administration, climate change accord and alternative fuels.
CNBC's Kelly Evans speaks to Chevron CEO John Watson about OPEC, US investments, tax reform, oil prices and competition.
CNBC's Kelly Evans speaks to Chevron CEO John Watson about OPEC and the future of production cuts.
US drillers, buoyed by a higher oil price, are producing at the highest rate in a year, setting up a showdown with OPEC and Russia.
High on Exxon Mobil's list of growth opportunities are U.S. shale plays, where it and others can turn a profit with $40 oil.
CNBC PRO searched for seasonality patterns in the market during the month of March to find those stocks that tend to do well.
With markets at all-time highs, Rich Ross, Evercore ISI, goes to the charts to discuss where investors could still get in on the rally. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
Using data from FactSet, CNBC PRO combed through the Dow members to find the stocks with the highest upside potential.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Nimble drillers with an established presence in core basins benefit most from the oil price recovery, analysts say.
Attorney General Sessions rescinds the Obama administration's DOJ memo on phasing out the use of private prisons. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.
Jefferies recommends 10 underperforming stocks ripe for a turnaround.
Oil is likely to remain in the low $50s for the rest of the year.
CNBC's Mike Santoli and Bob Pisani looks at the day's market action including
CNBC's Dominic Chu with the help of data partner Kensho reports on which stocks in the S&P 500 perform well at this time of year.
CNBC read over every instance where S&P 500 executives mentioned Trump by name in their corporate earnings calls.
Crude oil rallied more than 1 percent on Thursday helping one trader make a cool quarter million dollars in just 24 hours.
BHP Billiton on Thursday approved its $2.2 billion share of investment for the second phase of the Mad Dog oilfield in the Gulf of Mexico, as expected.
U.S. equities closed mixed as energy capped gains, while investors focused on a slew of corporate earnings reports.
The Dow Jones industrial average is off to a solid start in 2017 thanks in large part to just four of its 30 components.