Many analysts are still forecasting average oil prices of $60 this year. It is now abundantly clear that is not going to happen.
Oil giants are expected to publicly back a plan that scraps Obama-era regulations intended to fight climate change, N.Y. Times reports.
The Senate passed a slew of financial sanctions against Russia and Iran
Oil prices fell to one-month lows on Thursday after an unexpected surge in U.S. inventories and more Nigerian crude hit the market.
Trump's decision to pull out of a global agreement to curb carbon emissions is met with disapproval from big businesses.
President Donald Trump is expected to pull out of the Paris climate agreement, multiple news organization are reporting.
The president's threat to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris accord on climate change would deal a blow to the global treaty.
More than 120 student teams came to Singapore to compete for creating the most-fuel efficient vehicle.
European markets closed higher on Friday afternoon after a jobs report in the U.S. beat analysts' expectations.
The Fast Money traders discuss energy stocks as crude oil saw a huge drop in prices on Thursday.
Two issues that have been floating around for a couple weeks weakened stocks midday.
European markets provisionally closed higher on Thursday after being buoyed by corporate earnings.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Shell has reported higher than expected revenues for the first quarter of 2017.
Jim Cramer speeds through his take on caller favorite stocks, including this struggling oil play.
Oil majors Royal Dutch Shell and Eni reiterated on Monday that neither they nor their personnel had been involved in any wrongdoing in Nigeria.
Producers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) have shot themselves in the foot with oversupply, and face calls for flexibility and greater competition.
Jim Cramer sees ConocoPhillips' move to sell a chunk of its oil sands as a telltale sign of oil prices' stability.
President Trump's attempt to kill environmental rules won't improve demand for coal at power plants, Shell Chairman Chad Holliday said.
When OPEC points at U.S. oil producers, it always blames the shale drillers for oversupplying the world market.