Energy industry deals declined in the first quarter from a year ago, as would-be acquirers remained locked out of capital markets and others saw little they wanted to buy.
Stephen Chazen, President and CEO of Occidental Petroleum, talks about the state of the global oil sector as well as his company's performance.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades and get ready for the final day of the quarter.
The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.
Jim Cramer thinks the big credit crunch in the oil patch could finally be over, and is ready to take action.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer considers the potential impact of a rate hike by the Federal Reserve on the market, and which two oil companies he’s willing to bet on.
After oil extended its climb, traders debated whether some energy companies could get by with the commodity at current levels.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 8 trades in oil if it stays at $40
Some North Dakota oil drillers are turning to acreage beyond the Bakken formation where their cost per barrel is lower.
Aureus Asset Management's Karen Firestone talks finding value in the energy
A third of exploration and production companies — about 175 firms — are at high risk of bankruptcy, Deloitte reports.
The "Fast Money" traders look at the pressure on oil companies, and debate the trade on the energy crush. Tim Seymour shares his top picks in the space.
The drop in oil prices is obvious. The simultaneously falling costs of production aren't. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports.
ConocoPhillips slashed its dividend Thursday. Which other companies' dividends are at risk and which ones are safe?
U.S. stock index futures indicated a slightly lower open on Thursday as traders watched oil and the dollar.
One of the nation's top oil analysts says crude prices could triple within the next 24-months. But investors will feel more pain first.
Stocks suffered Monday to start 2016, but "Fast Money" traders saw opportunities in the slide.
After oil prices dipped again Wednesday, "Fast Money" traders looked for safe plays on the battered commodity.
The basic theme is: lower for longer. This theme is familiar to those watching oil, but this time the theme is broader.
The projected declines in 2016 non-OPEC crude production will come from shale drillers, not oil majors, analysts tell CNBC.